The Anticorruption Manual: Section VI: Civil & Administrative Enforcement, Asset Forfeiture, & Collateral Consequences of Corruption

This article is part of a series about The Anticorruption Manual: A Guide for State Prosecutors. The other articles in the series are: The Anticorruption Manual: Helping State Corruption Prosecutors Fill the Role the U.S. Supreme Court Expects Them to Play Section I: Species of Corruption Section II: Investigating Corruption Cases Section III: Criminal Corruption…

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The Anticorruption Manual: Section V: Ethical & Strategic Considerations in Corruption Cases

This article is part of a series about The Anticorruption Manual: A Guide for State Prosecutors. The other articles in the series are: The Anticorruption Manual: Helping State Corruption Prosecutors Fill the Role the U.S. Supreme Court Expects Them to Play Section I: Species of Corruption Section II: Investigating Corruption Cases Section III: Criminal Corruption Statutes…

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The Anticorruption Manual: Section IV: The Corruption Trial and Common Defenses

This article is part of a series about The Anticorruption Manual: A Guide for State Prosecutors. The other articles in the series are: The Anticorruption Manual: Helping State Corruption Prosecutors Fill the Role the U.S. Supreme Court Expects Them to Play Section I: Species of Corruption Section II: Investigating Corruption Cases Section III: Criminal Corruption…

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The Anticorruption Manual: Section III: Criminal Corruption Statutes

This article is part of a series about The Anticorruption Manual: A Guide for State Prosecutors. The other articles in the series are: The Anticorruption Manual: Helping State Corruption Prosecutors Fill the Role the U.S. Supreme Court Expects Them to Play Section I: Species of Corruption Section II: Investigating Corruption Cases Section IV: The Corruption…

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State Attorneys General Convene in DC for Capital Forum

WHO: The National Association of Attorneys General (NAAG) is hosting its annual Capital Forum. Attorneys general scheduled to speak include: Karl A. Racine, NAAG President and District of Columbia Attorney General Phil Weiser, Colorado Attorney General Ashley Moody, Florida Attorney General Kwame Raoul, Illinois Attorney General Tom Miller, Iowa Attorney General Keith Ellison, Minnesota Attorney…

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The Anticorruption Manual: Section II: Investigating Corruption Cases

This article is part of a series about The Anticorruption Manual: A Guide for State Prosecutors. The other articles in the series are: The Anticorruption Manual: Helping State Corruption Prosecutors Fill the Role the U.S. Supreme Court Expects Them to Play Section I: Species of Corruption Section III: Criminal Corruption Statutes Section IV: The Corruption…

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The Anticorruption Manual: Section I: Species of Corruption

This article is part of a series about The Anticorruption Manual: A Guide for State Prosecutors. The other articles in the series are: The Anticorruption Manual: Helping State Corruption Prosecutors Fill the Role the U.S. Supreme Court Expects Them to Play Section II: Investigating Corruption Cases Section III: Criminal Corruption Statutes Section IV: The Corruption…

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National Association of Attorneys General Announces Release of Anticorruption Manual for State and Local Prosecutors

Washington, D.C. — Today, the National Association of Attorneys General (NAAG) announced the upcoming release of The Anticorruption Manual: A Guide for State Prosecutors. The book, which provides an overview of prosecuting corruption in the United States, is the first publication in 30 years dedicated to guiding prosecutors who investigate and charge public corruption crime. It is…

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Attorneys General Urge Senate to Pass Law to Fight Shell Companies

As our States’ chief legal officers, we are concerned about the use of American financial institutions for money laundering by terrorist groups and other criminal enterprises.

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Ethics in Negotiations

This course will begin by exploring the ethical obligations lawyers have when representing an organization or agency and conclude with determining how to assess whether a threat in a negotiation is permissible under the Rules of Professional Conduct.

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