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Virtual Programs

TJCTC's virtual programs are online events where participants will watch an instructor online deliver live training at a particular time.

Virtual programs are created due to generous grants from the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals & the Texas Department of Public Transportation.

Upcoming Virtual Programs and Webinars

DateProgramRegistration Information
May 2nd from 2:00 - 3:00 p.m. 

Mental Health Resources for Judges

TLAP helps judges with issues related to substance use or mental health disorders and maintains a list of volunteer judges who are interested in providing support to peers in crisis. This class will feature a discussion with TLAP and the resources available for judges dealing with issues such as vicarious trauma. 

Registration open now
June 20th from 2:00 - 3:00 p.m. 

Cannabis Legalization and the Impacts on Impaired Driving

Legalization of cannabis raises numerous questions and concerns. How do states prepare to address the impacts of impaired driving and the challenges this presents for the DUI system? This presentation will cover a variety of topics focusing on issues with state and national data gaps, developing probable cause for impairment, roadside technologies, prosecution, toxicology, per se limits, and possible countermeasures. We will also include a variety of resources available from and the National District Attorneys Association. The discussion will also address newer challenges with legalization of THC Isomers (e.g., Delta 8) and the impacts of CBD on impairment.”

Registration now open
July 25th from 2:00 - 4:00 p.m. 

Family Violence Update

Family violence directly affects approximately one-third of all Texans, and indirectly affects countless others. Justice courts are in a position to help stem the tide of domestic violence, and utilize various principles to prevent further violence against survivors, their families, and the community. Law and procedures are continually evolving, and the area of family violence is no different. In this session, the speaker will discuss family violence dynamics; the roles of both bond conditions and magistrate’s orders for emergency protection; legislative changes, including implementation of new uniform forms; and protective order reporting.


Registration open now



  • Live Program FAQs

    • Webinars are classes held in real-time. Instructors take questions from the audience during the event. Webinars last no more than 2 hours. 

      Virtual programs are longer, live events that may incorporate more interactivity like breakout rooms, poll questions, and multiple speakers. 

      Recordings are posted videos of past webinars which you can watch for credit at your convenience. Visit our recordings for credit page for more information. 

    • Registration for live webinars is emailed out 1 - 2 weeks before each event. You must register to attend and registration fills up fast. 

      Registration for virtual programs opens with general registration for in-person programs. You can register for these by logging in and registering through the TJCTC system. 

    • Don't worry  - we send out the webinar recordings and handouts the next day after a webinar so you can still watch and gain credit. 

      Some virtual programs do not have recordings because they incorporate interactivity that isn't easily recorded. We will always have handouts available to share though upon request. 


    • Participants can ask questions and interact in real time during the webinar through webinar software. We will explain how to do this at the beginning of each webinar. Also, you can always post a question on our legal board.