2021 Minnesota TZD Webinar Series: Masking—What You Don't Know May Cost You Your Job and Your State Millions

Wednesday, October 27, 2021

About the Webinar

What you don’t know about Commercial Driver's License (CDL) violations may cost you your job and your state millions. This webinar highlighted the importance of enforcing CDL laws and explored how commercial vehicles affect traffic safety and other crimes. Prohibitions against masking convictions were also discussed.

Webinar Recording & Materials



Bill Hammes, Metro Law Enforcement Liaison


Jim Camp

Jim Camp is senior attorney with the National Traffic Law Center, focusing on CDL-related topics. A nationally recognized authority on traffic safety, trial advocacy, law enforcement, and prosecution issues, he is an in-demand motivational and subject matter expert speaker. Jim served as elected district attorney (16+ years in Wisconsin) and assistant district attorney general and traffic safety resource prosecutor (9 years in Tennessee), with more than 33 years of experience as a trial lawyer. He has extensive experience in traffic safety, impaired driving, vehicular homicide, child abuse/neglect, drug delivery, and domestic violence prosecutions. Jim has authored numerous articles on impaired driving and trial advocacy, and over 24,000 people have heard him speak. He is a lifelong drummer, enthusiastic guitar picker, airplane pilot, second degree black belt, father of two, and world’s greatest grandpa to his four grandchildren.


Attendees are eligible for 1.0 POST credit, 1.25 Professional Development Hours (PDHs), and 1.25 Continuing Legal Education (CLE) credits.

More Information

For more information about the webinar, please contact Linda Dolan at ldolan@umn.edu.


The webinar series was offered by the Minnesota Toward Zero Deaths Program and the Minnesota Departments of Health, Public Safety, and Transportation, with funding from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. The series was hosted by the University of Minnesota's Center for Transportation Studies.

Additional sponsorship provided by:

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