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AVA19280VNB1
Enhanced Supervision. Part 1. Catch the Vision. Part 2. Case Study. The Jack Kaiser Story (VHS 1/2 inch) (Video).

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Enhanced supervision is a model for probation officers to use when supervising offenders. Based on the Comprehensive Crime Control Act's stated goals for sentencing, it places new emphasis on probation officers developing a supervision plan for each offen...
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Year: 1991
Source Agency: AVFJC

Collection: NAC
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When the Verdict Counts: How to be an Effective Witness. (Video).

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This video dramatizes the prosecution of a fictional institutional crime to show potential government witnesses how to testify effectively, who's who in a courtroom, what to expect as a witness, and how to prepare to give accurate and credible testimony.
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Year: 1997
Source Agency: AVFLET

Collection: NAC
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Bankruptcy Law Update (February 2000).

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In this program, hosted by Lawrence Ponoroff vice dean of Tulane University Law School, a panel of judges and academics discuss the most important recent developments in bankruptcy law. The panel includes Bankruptcy Judges Elizabeth Perris, William Brown ...
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Year: 2000
Source Agency: AVFJC

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Special Needs Offenders: Reducing Risk through Employment and Education.

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This program is the Center's fourth satellite broadcast in the Special Needs Offenders series. The broadcast introduces a model for investigating and supervising disadvantaged defendants and offenders with limited job skills, life skills, and education. I...
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Year: 2000
Source Agency: AVFJC

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AVA20947VNB1
Court to Court. (March 2000).

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This edition of Court to Court features an interview with Chief Judge Brock Hornby (D.Me.), chair of the Judicial Conference Committee on Court Administration and Case Management. Judge Hornby describes the important role of court staff in dealing with co...
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Year: 2000
Source Agency: AVFJC

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AVA20953VNB1
Court to Court. (June 2000).

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This edition of Court to Court features a conversation with AO Associate Counsel Marilyn Holmes concerning judiciary employees and the roles they may and may not play in political campaigns. Joel Freeman returns to talk about 'dealing with people who driv...
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Year: 2000
Source Agency: AVFJC

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AVA20954VNB1
Minimizing the Risk of Employee Violence.

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This program explores some of the causes of employee violence; myths about the violent worker; warning signs of the potentially violent worker; and ways of preventing employee violence. It also provides recommendations for intervention should violence occ...
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Year: 2000
Source Agency: AVFJC

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AVA20935VNB1
Assessing Training Needs: Designing Surveys that Work.

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This broadcast shows you how to design and use surveys to identify training needs in your court. Topics include defining the goals of the needs assessment process, determining when a survey is the best method, designing the questions, analyzing the result...
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Year: 1999
Source Agency: AVFJC

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Court to Court. (June 1999).

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What can be done when hundreds of media representatives descend on your court for a case that has generated intense public interest. The June edition of the Center's educational television magazine features four districts-Colorado, Eastern California, Ari...
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Year: 1999
Source Agency: AVFJC

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AVA20943VNB1
Court to Court. (October 1999).

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Representatives from the Bankruptcy Court for the Western District of Texas in San Antonio and the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals in Denver explain what they're doing to meet the challenge of the future. Find out what tactics help achieve strategic goals ...
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Year: 1999
Source Agency: AVFJC

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