About Justice3D

Dedicated to equipping allied professionals with the tools they need to fight domestic violence, sexual assault and child abuse.

2017 Conference

Join Justice3D and leading experts September 2017 in Tempe, Arizona for Trauma to Trial.

Upcoming Workshops

Learn more about Justice3D's upcoming trainings and speaking engagements.

What You Will Learn at the
'Trauma to Trial' 2017 Conference

Trauma-Informed Victim Interviewing
Interviewing victims who have experienced trauma requires a specific approach.
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Interrogation Techniques
A thorough interrogation is a critical step towards a successful prosecution.
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Collecting Corroborating Evidence
Supporting the victim's narrative with corroborating evidence builds your victim's credibility at trial.
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Effective Trial Strategies
We will explore common biases about rape and how to frame your case, prepare your victim and execute trials effectively.
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Victim-Centered Approach
It is critical that the victim is supported withe a trauma-informed response throughout the entire process.
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About Mike & Nancy

Michael Milnor, a seasoned investigator, and Nancy Oglesby, a leading prosector in Virginia, specialize in sexual assault and domestic violence crimes. Together, they have over 50 years of professional experience. Mike and Nancy are passionate about sharing their expertise in the field to empower law enforcement officers, prosecutors and detectives with the tools and skills they need to help victims of sexual assault and domestic violence and convict sexual violence offenders. 

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  • “The student feedback is extremely positive, the most frequent comment being that no one should investigate or prosecute a rape case without taking this class.

    Jane Sherman Chambers
  • “They’ve proven masterful in reaching individual detectives and prosecutors so that these new methods are not only understood, but appreciated for their superiority in every aspect of the case.”

    Roger A. Canaff
  • “The collaboration of Mike Milnor and Nancy Oglesby on Justice 3D is among the most positive developments in special victims prosecution I’ve seen after an almost 20 year career as a prosecutor, consultant and trainer.”

    Roger A. Canaff
  • “Based on my experience working with Nancy and Mike over the years, I know that Nancy and Mike can teach your team how to work together effectively to create a safer and healthier community.”

    Jane Sherman Chambers
  • As someone who has been in full time legal practice with a prosecutor’s office for less than a year, I found this track tremendously valuable. Special props to Nancy Oglesby, her domestic violence workshop was superb.

  • I will be making changes in policies and our procedures after this course. We were provided with great resources (such as Themes from Mike Milnor, etc.)

  • Fantastic course! All the presenters were clear, knowledgeable and well spoken.

  • Mike Milnor gave a great perspective from career law enforcement.

  • I will take what I have learned back and share it to improve victim services and investigations in my agency.

  • The fact that the program is victim centered was especially helpful. It helps those of us who have lost a little focus to get re-centered and re-energized.

  • This is a very informative program. I have always been intimidated by sexual assault cases, and in the past have looked for ways to avoid prosecuting them, even thought I didn’t realize that was what I was doing at the time. I now feel much better prepared to aggressively prosecute these cases and am so glad to know the proper responses to all defenses that come up in these cases.

  • I am energized as a result of the training and the information I have received and feel that I will be more effective in my job.

  • This is an OUTSTANDING training on an extremely difficult topic. The instructors were exceptional and provided an outstanding learning experience.

  • I feel more prepared to investigate sexual assault cases now, especially when dealing with victims. This training should be required for all law enforcement.


Trauma to Trial 2017


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