This seminar, a partnership between the National Indian Country Training Initiative and the Bureau of Justice Assistance, is intended for law-trained and licensed tribal prosecutors and tribal attorneys interested in serving as a Special Assistant United States Attorney (SAUSA) in a United States Attorney’s office.  The training will cover the fundamentals of criminal federal practice, including the rules of federal criminal procedure, complaint drafting, indictments, search warrants, magistrate court practice, the elements of commonly charged offenses, and the principles of federal prosecution.  This training will also present an in-depth look at grand jury procedure, including mechanics, secrecy, strategy, acquisition of evidence, privileges, immunity, dealing with hostile/recalcitrant witnesses, multiple representation, conflicts of interest, and ethical issues.  In addition, this seminar will cover e-discovery and the calculation and use of sentencing guidelines. 
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2Nominee is a tribal prosecutor or tribal SAUSA
3Nominee is a licensed attorney
4Nominee is a lay advocate or lay counsel
5How long has nominee been working as a prosecutor?
6The nominee is currently a SAUSA
7The nominee has NOT previously taken a DOJ-sponsored Federal Criminal and Grand Jury Practice Seminar at the National Advocacy Center

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