Aldous \ Walker LLP Partner Brent Walker will serve as a panel member for an upcoming training organized by the Dallas Area Rape Crisis Center (DARCC).
The panel session – “When the Victim is the Crime Scene: Engaging Sexual Assault Survivors for Investigation and Prosecution” – honors Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month by creating a conversation about sexual assault investigations, which can be challenging for advocates, investigators, and victims alike.
As a panel member, Brent will join professionals from all fields of sexual assault investigation to discuss victim engagement and strategies for keeping witnesses connected to developing litigation, protecting the rights and privacy of victims, and building the strongest possible case.
This panel is offered free of charge and will provide training certificates to registered participants. It will be held Tuesday, April 13th from 10am to 12:00 noon.
Brent and our team at Aldous \ Walker are proud to support the DARCC and take part in helping educate and empower those who serve as critical support systems for victims during times of need. As Civil Trial Lawyers, we have represented many sexual assault and abuse victims who used the DARCC as a resource, and encourage our communities to learn more about its services.
Proven Advocates for Sexual Assault & Abuse Victims
Brent Walker is an award-winning Texas Trial Attorney and Partner at Aldous \ Walker. In addition to recovering millions for clients in complex claims involving personal injury, product liability, and wrongful death, Brent, Charla Aldous, and our firm have also earned recognition fighting for victims of sexual assault and abuse as they seek accountability and compensation trough the civil justice system.
This includes a $32 million verdict from a Denton County jury for a young girl who was sexually assaulted by two high school football players, a $9.3 million verdict against an Episcopal school in Dallas after a female student was expelled over an inappropriate relationship with a male teacher, and a sexual abuse lawsuit against the Jesuit Preparatory School of Dallas, Jesuit Order, and several Texas Catholic Dioceses accused of covering up systemic abuse within the school.