On Monday, March 23 at 6 p.m., Richard Tendler, along with Craig Williams, chief of the felony division for the Palm Beach County State Attorney's office, spoke at the NSU Shepard Broad Law Center at Nova Southeastern University. Back by popular demand, they spoke to first year law students on "ethics" – how to conduct themselves in court with judges, prosecutors, colleagues, members of the Bar and law enforcement.
Mr. Tendler and Mr. Williams held a captive audience as they discussed personal courtroom stories and offered advice to the students such as handling different situations in front of a judge and jury. They also held an engaging Q&A session with the students who are all eager to start their law careers.
During the presentation, Mr. Tendler handed out his new "American Rights Cards," which emphasize everyone in the U.S. has the right to remain silent and speak to an attorney before speaking to police.