State v. Bancroft and Covington Released
Aug. 15, 2015 - The first AMTA criminal case problem for 2015-2016 – State v. Avery Bancroft and Chase Covington -- has been released and is now available via the AMTA website. Please report any typos, omissions, or other errors to the AMTA Criminal Case Committee. AMTA expects to release an update to the case materials to correct any errors in the initial materials on or before September 15, 2015. An announcement will be made when updated materials are available on the AMTA website.
Case Access Information:
Per AMTA case access procedures, each school has a unique log-on to access all case materials on the AMTA website. This log-on is granted as part of a license to the school to access AMTA case materials. This log-on should not be shared with anyone outside of the respective school to which it is assigned. Violations of AMTA's case access policy (as explained in the AMTA Rulebook) will be tracked, reported and sanctioned as appropriate under AMTA rules. If your school has completed all registration steps for the 2016 season, you should have received an email from AMTA with instructions for updating and/or creating your school log-on to access the current year's case. As your school completes the registration process, once confirmed, your school will receive an email from AMTA with a link to log-in to the case materials.
If you have questions regarding your school's registration status, please contact AMTA via email.
Forgotten Password Information:
If you have forgotten or misplaced your password from last season, please go here. After filling out that form, you will receive an email with further instructions for changing your user password on the AMTA website.
Forgotten Username Information:
If you have forgotten or misplaced your username from last season, please let us know and we can provide that information to you. If you would like to create a new account to be associated with your new official contact, please let us know, and we can provide further instructions for completing this task.
Team Numbers and Regional Assignments:
Please note that case access does not necessarily confirm that AMTA has received all aspects of your registration for 2016 for purposes of assignment to a regional tournament. If your team has been assigned a team number, then that is confirmation that AMTA has received all required items for placement into a regional tournament. Team numbers can be viewed here. If your team is not listed with a team number, then this means that AMTA still needs to receive one or more of the following (i.e. online registration form, institutional authorization letter, regional team fee payment, any owed penalties or fines). You may email AMTA to find out what is missing.
Information regarding the location and dates of all 2016 AMTA-sanctioned tournaments will be published in the coming weeks. AMTA will make an announcement online and via social media when this information is available. AMTA will likewise release all regional tournament assignments (i.e. which tournament you will attend from that list) on or before Thanksgiving. Please check back on the AMTA website in late November to review your tournament assignment and follow all post-assignment procedures, which can be found here.
All future communications from AMTA will be sent to this "Official Contact E-Mail". If you need to change this primary contact at any point during the 2015-16 year, please email us, and we will update our records. The email to change the contact must come directly from the current contact for security purposes. It is imperative that you maintain current contact information with AMTA, as many important communications and tournament information will be sent directly to this address.
GOOD LUCK IN 2015-16!