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KBA Webinar: Strategic Choices in Using or Defending Against Electronic Evidence at Trial

Approved for 1 hour of CLE credit in Kansas and Missouri.

When: Tuesday, November 21, 2017
Webinar runs from Noon-12:50 PM
Where: From the comfort of your desk using your computer and phone
United States
Contact: Angie Harris

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Approved for 1 hour of  CLE credit in Kansas and Missouri.


Strategic Choices in Using or Defending Against Electronic Evidence at Trial

Ashlyn Yarnell, Ronald W. Nelson P.A., Overland Park 
You have a series of screen shots, texts, or ‘juicy’ evidence that you anticipate using at family law trial. Have you considered the ramifications of introducing this as evidence? This webinar will discuss the strategy behind when and how to appropriately introduce electronic evidence at trial, including possible criminal ramifications, how to handle statements of children, and general conflict management outside the courtroom. 

Issues to address:

  • Kid’s statements – Hearsay? How to sensitively address
  • Criminal ramifications – should you plead the 5th? Civil v. Criminal rules of evidence
  • How will that rock the boat at home – will introducing the evidence help or hurt your client?
  • Additional information – Could lead to Child in Need of Care referrals
  • Basis for granting a divorce – Incompatibility does not require you to prove infidelity. Is this just being done to harass or to shame the other party? 



Ashlyn Yarnell is the Senior Associate with Ronald W. Nelson P.A. and is a graduate of Washburn University School of Law. Ashlyn is engaged in a civil trial and appellate practice emphasizing divorce, parentage, non-marital, and post-decree matters, and Child In Need of Care proceedings. She is admitted to practice law before all trial, appellate, and federal courts in the State of Kansas. She is a member of The Johnson County, Kansas Family Law American Inn of Court, and the Association of Family and Conciliation Courts (AFCC). She is a member of the Johnson County, Kansas Bar Association, the Kansas Bar Association (Member, Family Law Section), and the American Bar Association (Member, Family Law Section). She has taught continuing legal education presentations for the Kansas Bar Association and the Johnson County Bar Association.





KBA Member: $80
Non-member: $90
Paralegal: $45


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