Attorneys Virginia Landry Speaks at DUI Defense Seminar

Attorneys Virginia L. Landry and Ronald L. Moore were recently featured speakers at a DUI defense seminar held by the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers (NACDL). The seminar - The Art and Science of DUI Defense - included a number of guest speakers who provided insight on various DUI-related issues, including several topics covering the science of DUI evidence.

Attorneys Landry and Moore spoke on the "Extrapolation of Blood Test Results in the Close Case," drawing from both Attorney Landry's experience as a Board Certified DUI Defense Lawyer and Attorney Moore's expertise as a Board Certified Specialist in Forensic Science.

The presentation delivered by Attorneys Landry and Moore has been included in an Audio CD and DVD produced by the NACDL. The seminar is used by legal professionals as part of their Continuing Legal Education (CLE) requirement, which is necessary for attorneys to maintain their license to practice law.

Attorneys Landry and Moore both regularly contribute their time and efforts to sharing their legal knowledge at various seminars and speaking engagements, something that speaks volumes about their experience in the field of DUI and criminal defense. If you or someone you know has been arrested for DUI or any other crime in Orange County, contact the Law Offices of Virginia L. Landry, Inc. for a free consultation.

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