Margaret A. Cotoia

Assistant Attorney General Margaret A. Cotoia is the Director of the New Jersey Attorney General’s Advocacy Institute, which provides continuing legal education programs that meet the practice needs of New Jersey government lawyers. Margaret maintains overall responsibility for over 150 programs a year, recruiting instructors and developing curriculum for the AGAI’s lecture programs, supervising litigation…

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“Lawful Investigative Activities,” Pretext, and Rule 8.4(c) of the Colorado Rules of Professional Conduct

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Ethics Corner: The Nation’s Prosecutors Uphold Their Sworn Oaths

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Ethics Corner: Prosecutors and PowerPoints

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What McDonnell v. United States Means for State Corruption Prosecutors

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Presidential Council Issues Report Arguing that Ballistics Testimony Should Not be Admitted as Evidence

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Ethics Corner – To Blog or Not to Blog

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