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Winning Drug Case
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Time: August 25, 2005
From the tip
to the surveillance, the raid, arrest and the trial: Every step you take can
make or break your drug case in a court of law. After watching this two-hour
broadcast, you'll know how to build a winning drug case... and put the bad guys
with the tip, and then go into report writing, dealing with informants, staying
safe, raiding, seizing evidence, testifying... and more. This broadcast is loosely
based on the popular MCTFT course DTFI: Drug Training For Investigators.
years of experience will take you through a case, every step of the way.
the experienced cop to the concerned parent will benefit from watching this
- Learn the
limits of the law so you don't get burned.
- Find out how
to treat and protect informants and yourself.
- Discover how
to act in court..
interview and interrogation techniques to help you get the answers you need.
Sponsors: This program is
sponsored by the Multijurisdictional Counterdrug Task Force Training Program (MCTFT) and
the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center (FLETC), with the technical support
of the Satellite Education Network (SEN) at Ft. Lee, VA.
Mr. Gary Aschenbach is the
owner/operator of LawTech Consulting, a consulting business focusing on
interview and interrogation as well as statement analysis techniques.
Mr. Aschenbach was the
supervisor of the Drug and Criminal Education Section of the Maryland State
Police, having spent eight years as a covert drug enforcement operative and
another eight years as a supervisor of various drug units.
Mr. Aschenbach earned a
Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Maryland. He is also a
graduate of the Northwestern University School of Police Staff and Command and
is a certified instructor of the Maryland Police Training Commission in all
aspects of drug and criminal enforcement.
Mr. Nicholas Mooney is
currently in private practice as a Partner with Hinshaw & Culbertson, LLP.
From 1985-1997, Mr. Mooney
served as an Assistant State Attorney with the Sixth Judicial Circuit of
Florida. From 1997-1999, he served as Assistant Statewide Prosecutor - Attorney
General of Florida, and from 1999 to the present, as a partner in the law firm
of Hinshaw & Culbertson, LLP. Mr. Mooney has been an instructor for MCTFT from
1991 to the present.
Mr. Mooney holds a BS in
Business Management from the University of Tampa (1978-1982), and obtained his
Juris Doctorate from Stetson University College of Law (1982-1985).
Mr. Sallee is currently a
detective with the Albuquerque Police Department in New Mexico.
Mr. Sallee has been a sworn
law enforcement officer since 1980 and has worked narcotics since 1989. He has
worked undercover, surveillance, search warrants, informant handling, reversal
and buy/bust operations, and clandestine labs. He is also qualified as an expert
witness for narcotics investigations. He instructs narcotic classes for the
Albuquerque Police Academy, Drug Enforcement Administration, International
Association of Undercover Officers and for several other police training
organizations in the United States.
Mr. Sallee holds a
Bachelors Degree in Police Science from New Mexico State University. He is also
co-author of "Narcotics Investigations: Working and Surviving."
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