After a great deal of consideration I am not going to teach the State Bar Association course on how to defend a a DUI. The reason? I am not going to lecture prosecutors and police on my strategy to win your case. It is one thing when I teach strictly defense lawyers, and even some of them don't get it. But to make the police and prosecutors aware of the things they are missing, I am not going to do it. You retain me to exploit their weaknesses as they have the burden to prove your guilt beyond a reasonable doubt. I don't tell them our defense when I walk into the courtroom before trial, so why should I tell them in November so they are prepared starting the day after. Some State's Attorney's Offices send a few prosecutors who then go back and tell everyone what we say so they can prepare for YOUR defense.