2017/18 State-Specific Webcasts

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Ethically Adjudicating CDL/CMV Cases for Traffic Judges


Various Dates | 12:oo p.m. participant local time | Tuition Free


If 8 fully loaded jumbo jets crashed every year, something would be done about it. In 2015, large trucks and buses were involved in fatal crashes on our nation’s highways, resulting in 4,337 fatalities, enough to total 8 fully loaded jumbo jets. Additionally, there were an estimated 472,000 nonfatal crashes which involved one large truck or bus. Traffic judges have to adhere to their own commercial driver’s licensing laws and commercial motor vehicle regulations based on federal regulations. Federal highway funds for your state are tied to the adherence of these laws; however, most traffic judges are unaware of all the nuances regarding CDL/CMV laws.

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