Co-Sponsored by CACJ
June 23, 2017
2 MCLE Credits
1:30 pm - 1:55 pm: Check-In
2:00 pm - 2:25 pm: Lunch, provided
2:30 pm - 3:25 pm: Speaker Jon B. Artz
3:30 pm - 4:25 pm: Speaker Ronald L. Moore
4:30 pm - 5:00 pm: Refreshments / Q&A
1936 Quivira Way, Anchor Room (D1)
Open to all Members and Non-Members of CACJ.
Events@BreatheEasyIns.com to reserve your spot!
Effectively Using Strategy and Planning in DUI Cases
& Dealing with Emerging Trends in DUI
Effectively Using Strategy and Planning in DUI Cases examines trial strategies devised through over 44 years of DUI practice,
planning and evaluating realistic game plans for successful results, and
how to deal with victims in DUI cases.
Dealing with Emerging Trends in DUI, takes a look at current topics such as driving at 0.05%, reasonable doubt
and presumption of innocence requiring retrograde extrapolation, and the
argument of single-column chromotography.
Jon B. Artz
Attorney at Law
Los Angeles DUI lawyer Jon Bryant Artz has specialized in drunk driving
and drugged driving defense for over 40 years. Mr. Artz graduated from
the University of California, Los Angeles with a B.S. in Economics (1968)
and a Juris Doctor from UCLA Law School (1971). Three years after getting
his law degree, Mr. Artz won a historic 7/0 reversal from the California
Supreme Court in the very first interpretation of Penal Code §1192.5
(People v. Johnson (1974) 10 Cal 3rd 868).
Mr. Artz has authored dozens of successful and creative Pre-Trial Motions
(“Artz Motions”) to exclude prosecution evidence from trial
and Special Jury Instructions that help frame the issues to a jury in
an advantageous way for the defense. He has served as a Judge Pro Tempore
at Los Angeles County Superior Courts in Malibu, West Los Angeles, and
Van Nuys, and has taught law classes on Trial Practice and Evidence as
an Adjunct Professor at Pepperdine University School of Law.
Ronald L. Moore
Ronald L. Moore received a BS in Biology from U.C. Riverside in 1988, a
JD from Western State University College of Law in 2003, and an AA in
Culinary Arts from Saddleback College in 2009. He is pursuing a Masters
in Forensic Toxicology at the University of Florida with an anticipated
graduation date in 2018.
Mr. Moore worked as a Forensic Scientist at the Orange County Sheriff-Coroner
Forensic Science Services Laboratory from 1989 to 2007. During his time
at the OC Crime Lab, he worked in Toxicology, Blood and Breath Alcohol,
Drug Analysis, Firearm and Toolmark Examination, and Crime Scene Investigation.
His last assignment at the lab was 18 months supervising the Blood and
Breath Alcohol sections.
Mr. Moore. is very familiar with the Intoxilyzer 5000, Datamaster, and
Alco-Sensor IV breath testing instruments that he used during the years
he was with the lab, and has also analyzed many thousands of blood samples
by Headspace Gas Chromatography. He has testified for both the prosecution
and defense in over 600 DUI cases, and in many major crime cases.
CACJ certifies this activity is approved for MCLE credit by the State Bar
of California in the amount of 2.0 MCLE hours.