25 May 2015

Protection of the Rights of Suspects in U.S. Criminal Procedure

Protection of the Rights of Suspects in U.S. Criminal Procedure

The Fulbright Program in Ukraine is pleased to invite you to attend a presentation "Protection of the Rights of Suspects in U.S. Criminal Procedure" by U.S. Fulbright Scholar 2015 David Tartter, to be held on Monday, May 25, 2015, 6:00 p.m., at the Fulbright Office (20 Esplanadna Street, Suite 904, M "Palats Sportu", Kyiv).

David Tartter will discuss rights of suspects under the United States Constitution when police conduct searches and interrogations.  The lecture will include videos of police activity at a crime scene and the subsequent interrogation of the suspect, and Mr. Tartter will describe the police activities shown on the video in the context of the relevant Constitutional rights.

David Tartter is an Assistant Attorney General for the State of Vermont. He received his B.A. degree in History from Middlebury College (Middlebury, Vermont) in 1977, and his law degree from the University of Michigan (Ann Arbor, Michigan) in 1981.  He has worked as a prosecutor for thirty years, and has lectured extensively in Europe and Central Asia on the United States criminal justice system.  He is currently teaching a course on this subject at Ivan Franko National University in Lviv.

The presentation will be conducted in English.

Please register online to attend the presentation.



Fulbright Program Office in Ukraine

Esplanadna str, 20, office 904

Kyiv, 01001, Ukraine

Tel: +380 (44) 287 07 77

Fax: +380 (44) 230 20 60