VidaNyx Pro for Prosecution
Catch a no pressure demo of VidaNyx Pro each Wednesday at 1:00 p.m. CT.
VidaNyx Pro is an expanded version of VidaNyx and is designed to assist prosecution and Title IX offices in the management of evidence for all types of cases.
VidaNyx for Child Advocacy
Catch a no pressure demo of VidaNyx Standard each Thursday at 1:00 p.m. CT.
VidaNyx was designed specifically for children’s advocacy centers and child protection services to manage and share sensitive evidence like child forensic interviews.
Thursday, June 15 at 2:00 pm CT
Embarking on your journey as a new prosecutor? Join VidaNyx in an insightful panel webinar designed to address the complexities of maintaining professionalism both in and out of the courtroom.
This webinar brings together three seasoned and highly accomplished legal professionals, each of whom brings their unique perspective and breadth of experience to the conversation. Our panelists will discuss strategies and practical tips for navigating the courtroom, dealing with sensitive cases, and conducting oneself in a professional manner that upholds the integrity of the legal profession.
This interactive webinar will also include a live Q&A session where attendees can pose their questions to the panelists. Whether you are an aspiring prosecutor or a seasoned attorney looking to refresh your knowledge, this is a unique opportunity to learn from the best in the field.
This webinar will be invaluable for new prosecutors eager to uphold the highest standards of their profession, and also beneficial for seasoned attorneys looking to sharpen their skills and insights
Register now to secure your place and join us in this enlightening discussion as we delve into the principles and practices that define professionalism for prosecutors in today’s ever-evolving legal landscape.
Meet our Panelists:
Julie McMakin: A Senior trial attorney with Jefferson County District Attorney’s Office, Julie McMakin brings a wealth of experience handling cases ranging from misdemeanors to capital murder. Currently teaching Basic Skills and Advanced Criminal Trial Practice at Cumberland School of Law, Julie’s insights will offer valuable guidance for maintaining professionalism in the courtroom.
Alana Minton: As the Lead Deputy Attorney General for the Idaho State Police and a former prosecutor with the Tarrant County District Attorney’s Office, Alana Minton’s wide-ranging experiences in child welfare, child fatality review, and crimes against children equip her with unique insights into the challenges faced by prosecutors, especially in dealing with vulnerable populations.
Shawn Paschall: Board certified in criminal law and boasting a track record of success in over 100 jury trials, Attorney Shawn W. Paschall brings invaluable insights from his nine-year tenure as a felony prosecutor and three-year stint in the Crimes Against Children Unit. As a member of the Board of Directors for The Texas Criminal Defense Lawyer’s Association, Shawn had the pleasure of representing criminal lawyers in Texas.
In addition, Attorney Paschall is one of only a handful of attorneys who are approved to handle capital murder defense cases in Tarrant County. Attorneys must have the experience and training necessary to defend these cases.