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Friday, March 19 • 4:15pm - 5:15pm
Preparing for Future COVID-19 Era Mitigation Claims and Investigations

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As the COVID-19 pandemic slowly grinds to a close, we are beginning to come to grips with the immeasurable societal wreckage left in its wake. The impact of this time period will be felt for decades to come and will, without doubt, be relevant to the mitigation narratives of future capital clients. This presentation will cover an inventory of COVID-19 based mitigation issues to consider for future mitigation efforts, followed by a roundtable discussion to exchange additional ideas and information for the purpose of thinking ahead.

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Herbert Duzant

Capital Habeas Investigator, Federal Public Defender Office, District of Nevada
Herbert Duzant is a native New Yorker and veteran criminal defense investigator with over twenty-five years of experience.  Mr. Duzant is currently the senior investigator at the District of Nevada’s Federal Public Defender (FPD), where he handles both fact and mitigation investigations... Read More →
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Betsy Wilson

Founder, Sentencing Advocacy Group of Evanston
Betsy Wilson is the founder of the Sentencing Advocacy Group of Evanston, where she leads a multidisciplinary team of sentencing advocates and record specialists.  SAGE conducts mitigation investigations in federal and state and capital, juvenile-life-sentence, and non-capital cases... Read More →

Friday March 19, 2021 4:15pm - 5:15pm EDT
Room 6