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"Podcast" Lawpreneur Radio 018: David Borsari of The Law Office of David Borsari on How to Get Started as a Criminal Defense Attorney

On October 27, 2011, attorney Borsari taught a course entitled "Handling Your first DUI Trial" to young attorneys at the Bonaventure Hotel in Los Angeles.

On September 22, 2011, at the inaugural meeting of the Orange County Bar Association's Masters Division attorney Borsari questioned former Los Angeles County Deputy District Attorney Vincent Bugliosi about his prosecution of Charles Manson for the 1969 Tate - La Bianca murders

On September 15, 2011 attorney Borsari attended a continuing legal education seminar put on by the Beverly Hills Bar Association on defending clients arrested for domestic violence.

On August 24, 2011, attorney Borsari watched Dr. Elizabeth Loftus address the North Orange County Bar Association. Dr. Loftus is a psychologist and expert on the malleability and reliability of repressed memories and an instrumental figure in cognitive psychology.

On July 27, 2011, attorney Borsari attended a lecture at the monthly meeting of the North Orange County bar Association on United States Supreme Court rulings from its most recently concluded term by renowned constitutional law scholar and civil libertarian Professor Erwin Chemerinsky.

On March 17, 2011, attorney Borsari presided over a mock trial involving 4th, 5th, and 6th grade students at Jordan Elementary School in Whittier, CA. Mr. Borsari offered instruction to the students who used the movie Toy Story 2 as a backdrop for a criminal jury trial whereby the youthful litigants assumed the roles of lawyers, witnesses, defendants, and courtroom personnel.

On January 18, 2011, attorney Borsari attended a presentation by famed criminal defense attorney Thomas Mesereau at the monthly meeting of the Orange County Criminal Defense Bar Association. During the presentation attorney Borsari questioned attorney Mesereau about his successful defense of Michael Jackson in his 2005 child molestation trial. Attorney Mesereau also discussed his representation of actor Robert Blake for whom he convinced a judge to set bail had a CONSPIRACY TO COMMITT MURDER charge dismissed before declaring a conflict of interest.

On August 19, 2010, attorney Borsari gave a lecture on avoiding criminal and civil liability to the 120-member coaching faculty at Bishop Alemany High School in Mission Hills, California. The presentation included topics such as hazing, failure to supervise, avoiding injuries by fulfilling legal duties, responding to emergencies, and establishing boundaries with student athletes so as to avoid vulnerability to unlawful conduct or exposure to false accusation.

On November 23, 2009, Attorney Borsari attended a "wet lab" demonstration hosted by the Fullerton and Anaheim Police Departments and organized by the North Orange County Bar Association. This extensive, interactive exercise featured law enforcement officers demonstrating the administration of field sobriety tests on alcohol-impaired subjects in a controlled environment and provided examples of actual clues of impairment utilized routinely in DUI investigations.

On November 17, 2009, at the Alisa Viejo Sheriff's Station Attorney Borsari made a presentation on the American Juvenile Justice System to graduate and doctoral psychology students from Pepperdine University. The lecture included topics such as police interrogation of juvenile suspects, procedural comparisons to the adult criminal process, and diversion alternatives for children.

On November 7-8, 2009, attorney Borsari attended the California Public Defender's Association's 13th Annual Felony Defense Seminar in Yosemite. The list of topics included creative approaches to closing arguments, the effective use of demonstrative evidence in trial, and methods for attacking the reliability of eyewitness identifications in criminal cases.

On July 11, 2009, attorney Borsari attended a seminar in Berkley, California, entitled "Defending Gang Cases." The program, presented by the California Public Defender's Association, included topics such as jury selection considerations and techniques, cross examination of gang experts in trial, sentencing considerations, and an exhaustive review of new laws pertaining to gang cases.

On January 8, 2008, attorney Borsari attended a lecture by attorney John Barnett at the Hotel Laguna entitled "Representing Celebrity and other High Profile Clients." The event was presented by the South Orange County Bar Association and included discussions of attorney Barnett's experiences in some of his many cases involving heavy media attention such as his representation resulting in acquittal of Officer Theodore Briseno in the 1992 state court trial involving the police beating of Rodney King.

On December 2, 2006, attorney Borsari attended a California Public Defender's Association seminar in Palm Springs entitled "Defending Sex Cases." The comprehensive series of topics included subjects such as neutralizing jury stigmatization of people accused of sex crimes despite the presumption of innocence, effective cross examination of child alleged victims, and a review of laws involving sex offender registration requirements.

David Borsari continues to serve on the Advisory Committee for VIP Mentors. This program recruits attorneys to be guides, friends, and role models for parolees and youth offenders. VIP Mentors has been serving the state of California for over 35 years and offers, in addition to the benefits to parolees, a public service to the citizens of California by enhancing public safety and providing significant cost savings to the taxpayer. VIP has routinely diminished the rate of recidivism for those parolees who participate. Historically, 75% of parolees involved in VIP do not repeat offend while engaged in the program.

In 2007 attorney Borsari, along with forensic psychologist Dr. Patrick Callahan, founded the Clevenger Group. Named after the 19th century criminologist Joseph Clevenger, it's members meet in private rooms of restaurants each month over dinner and wine and discuss true crime cases both highly publicized and relatively unknown. The Group's mission is to explore and interpret with genuine objectivity, through the application of logic and candid dialogue, evidence of crime so as to endeavor that no innocent person be unjustly punished but in matters where the accused has died, that their memory is not tainted by the poison of false accusation. During a recent meeting the group received a presentation on the Lindberg Kidnapping case with a focus on the perpetrator's thirteen ransom notes. These notes were essential pieces of evidence in the 1935 trial of Bruno Richard Hauptman which ultimately led to his conviction and execution. Future topics will include the deaths of Jon Benet Ramsey, Natalie Wood, Catherine Eddowes (allegedly by Jack the Ripper), and Andrew Irving (Orange County's most infamous unsolved death). If you are interested in joining the Group for a meeting or presenting a case that interests you please contact attorney Borsari. Your thoughts and analysis are always welcome regardless of your professional background.

Orange County Register Communications

David Borsari defends former state assemblyman

MENIFEE: Ex-councilman pleads not guilty

MENIFEE: Ex-councilman pleads not guilty

KFI Radio interview with attorney David Borsari

KFI Radio interview with attorney David Borsari

NBC News interview with attorney David Borsari

NBC News interview with attorney David Borsari

Dr Drew HLN

David Borsari on the Dr. Drew Show

Associated Press article on attorney David Borsari

Associated Press article on attorney David Borsari

Orange County Register Communications

Defense in assisted suicide: Woman unaware vet wanted to die

Orange County Register Communications

Newspaper article on attorney David Borsari

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