FMCSA National Webcast Series

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It seems that almost daily our courts are updated with new laws, procedures and rules. Issues regarding the Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) and the Commercial Drivers License holder are no exception. This series of webcasts will bring judges up-to-date with new information affecting approximately six million CMV drivers in the United States. It is imperative for traffic adjudicators to be vigilant of these changes as they develop while retaining what we have learned thus far.

At no cost, the NJC will produce a series of live, interactive webcasts on various CDL-related topics of interest to judges. The webcast series provides judges, administrative law judges (ALJs), and other court staff members with concise, information-packed content delivered directly to their computers. Each national webcast provides pre-course and post-course information, and a certificate of attendance suitable for submitting to the judge’s state licensing agency for continuing legal education credit.

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