Posted by: Avery Roberts on Nov 13, 2020

The Friday, November 20th installment of the ITLA Fall Forum led by The Honorable Michael Reardon, will focus on the foundations and techniques to introduce evidence at trial. This presentation will provide a practical guide to common, and not-so-common, evidentiary issues. 
Judge Michael Reardon was appointed to the magistrate bench in December 2004 and served as a criminal court and family law judge until October of 2015 when he was appointed to the district court bench. In addition to his regular calendar, Judge Reardon presided over the Ada County Mental Health Court from July of 2010 through December 2014, and has, since October of 2016, presided over the Ada County Veteran’s Treatment Court.

He was a member of Concordia Law School’s adjunct faculty, having taught Family Law, Criminal Law, Criminal Procedure, Evidence, and practicum courses in Trial Practice and Evidence.

Prior to law school, he served in the Idaho Air National Guard and the United States Air Force from 1974 to 1981, during which time he was stationed in Washington D.C. and Torrejon, Spain as a Special Agent with the Air Force Office of Special Investigations. 
Don't miss out on this opportunity to hear from a judge that regularly rules on your objections and determines what evidence is admitted. Register today for Evidentiary Foundations: What Exactly is Concrete? for just $29