Rhode Island Bar Association's First Nationally Recognized CLE

Robert H. Humphrey, Esq., of the Law Offices of Robert H. Humphrey will present the first nationally recognized Continuing Legal Education ("CLE") for the Rhode Island Bar Association on Thursday, March 13, 2014. This CLE program is of great significance for the Rhode Island Bar Association because it has been nationally recognized and this CLE program has been approved by the National College of DUI Defense ("NCDD") to meet its membership requirements.

The CLE program will focus on the detection, prosecution and defense of DUI and Refusal cases from the initial police contact with the suspect through the trial and disposition of the case. The first session provides a comprehensive nuts and bolts analysis of DUI and Refusal cases and focuses on the basics of DUI and Refusal cases. The second session moves beyond the basics of DUI and Refusal cases. In this session, Attorney Humphrey will have guest speakers including a representative from the Department of Attorney General, a representative from the Department of Health, and a Drug Recognition Expert. The Rhode Island Bar Journal article written by Attorney Humphrey entitled 6th Amendment's Confrontation Clause Evolution which analyzes how blood test results in drunk driving cases can be suppressed based on the Confrontation Clause will be reviewed.

Attorneys participating in this CLE program will receive the 2014 DUI Practice Manual which was created for the Rhode Island Bar Association by Attorney Humphrey. Past editions of the DUI Practice Manual are widely used by attorneys in courtrooms throughout the State.

Please allow Attorney Robert H. Humphrey's reputation, experience and skill to successfully guide you or a family member through the legal process when you have been charged with a crime in Rhode Island. Please contact our office at (401) 816-5862 or visit our website at

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