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Waiving Miranda and False Confessions: What Every Attorney and Paralegal Should Know

Total Credits: 4.25 CLE, 4.25 Criminal Law Specialization

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Criminal Litigation
Dr. Bruce Frumkin |  Dr. Paul Simpson |  Megan Caminos
Audio and Video
Original Program Date:
Mar 10, 2023


Join our distinguished faculty, including nationally recognized Dr. Bruce Frumkin, to learn more about waiving Miranda and false confessions.  Timely and important training is for attorneys, paralegals, and support staff.  

Topics include:
    • Miranda,
    • False Confessions, and
    • Special Populations

Dr. Bruce Frumkin, Clinical Psychologist, Forensic and Clinical Psychology Associates, P.A.
Dr. Paul Simpson, Forensic Psychologist, Arizona Forensic Services, LLC
Megan Caminos, doctoral candidate

Lunch included for in-person attendees.

Faculty Info:

    • Dr. Frumkin is nationally known for his work in the area of capacity to waive Miranda rights, False/Coerced Confessions, and Interrogative Suggestibility.  He has published in this area, given numerous presentations to psychology and legal groups, and has conducted more than 700 evaluations in confession-related cases.
    • Dr. Simpson is a forensic psychologist practicing in Tucson, Arizona. With over three decades of clinical experience, he has provided evaluations, testimony and trial consultation for over 400 state, federal and military courts.  He also serves as an instructor for the State Bar of Arizona and the Air Force and Marines JAGs.  
    • Megan Caminos is completing her doctorate in clinical psychology. She has extensive experience working in in-and-out patient settings and six years of teaching and counseling domestic violence / intimate partner violence clients.  



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Overall:      4.3

Total Reviews: 73


Nicholas L

"Information provided was useful and placed into appropriate context by very knowledgeable folks. I wish the last presenter could have had a bit of time, but it would have needed to be even longer. "

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"I am impressedd by the presentation. It was very informational, and the speakers were very knowledgeable in their fields. "

John B

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Kathryn M

"Less to do with the presentation itself and more to do with watching the video. In the middle of the video, I was taken back at least 20-30 mins. Not very convenient and I had to view a good chunk for a second time. "

Charlene L

"They were disorganized, it was dull and boring and did not provide any real substantive knowledge. Very disappointing for a state bar conference.."

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Joseph B

"Very, very well done on a subject frequently left in the dark!"

Kyle A

"Very good. At times felt mundane."