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2017 Insights into the Sovereign Citizen Movement (J, SJ, CA, M/S, C)

Free Webinar

Date: August 31, 2017 - 12:00 - 1:00 pm

Training Description: The sovereign citizen movement is experiencing a resurgence in the United States as illustrated by the Bundy standoff and other recent events. This course will provide information on the complex, conspiracy theory fueled, antigovernment beliefs held by sovereign citizens as well as information on the background and growth of the movement. The “paper terrorism” employed by movement adherents will be detailed, along with examples of the more extreme and violent tactics employed by sovereign citizens that have resulted in murder of criminal justice personnel. Ways to identify sovereign citizens and tips on handling encounters with them will also be explored.

Faculty: Marshal Travis Hughes and John McCormick, Supreme Court of Nevada, Administrative Office of the Courts

Who Should Attend: This course is designed for all Nevada Trial Court judicial officers, quasi-judicial officers, and court staff.

Continuing Education Credit: 1.0 CLE/CJE

Register: To register for this free live webinar, click here. Enter your registration information and click on Register. You will receive a confirmation email which will include a link to training materials, if applicable, and instructions on how to join the training. No user ID or password is required. Can’t attend the live webinar? Register anyway to be notified when the event recording and materials are available for on-demand access! 

Technical Requirements:

This live webinar is being offered via GoToTraining by Citrix. Please check with your IT department to ensure computer internet compatibility so as to avoid technical difficulties on the day of training. Especially take note: GoToTraining utilizes the most current Java update. Attention hand-held device users: The GoToTraining app is also available on hand-held devices such as iPhone/iPad (iOS 8 or later) and Android (4.0 or higher).

 

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