Overcoming Hurdles to Secure Evidence from Social Media Companies in Cybercrime Investigations and Prosecutions
This article identifies primary hurdles international prosecutors face when attempting to collect evidence of a crime from social media companies and offers some recommendations to help reduce cybercrime.
Global Cooperative Efforts to Prevent Cybercrime
Cybercrime is constantly becoming more sophisticated and neither criminal laws, best practices, nor policies addressing cross-border cybercrime have kept up with it.
How To Write a Successful Brief In Opposition: A Guide For State Lawyers
An overview of the procedures and strategies applicable to the Supreme Court briefs in opposition process.
Handling Consumer Protection Matters: Global and Joint Approaches Taken To Investigate and Prosecute Cases
Prosecutors and investigators must work together – and with their international counterparts – to protect their citizens from the harms caused by fraudulent products and services.
New Technology, But Just the Same Old Traditional Fraud
Crowdfunding is the practice of funding a project or business idea by raising small amounts of money from a large number of people, typically via the Internet.
Protecting the Public and Vulnerable Populations from Fraudulent Scams on Social Media
Lilianne Daniel, Deputy Attorney General, Office of the Attorney General of the State of New Jersey; Alberto De Puy, Assistant Attorney General, Office of the Attorney General of the State of Louisiana; Ye’ela Harel, Senior Deputy, State’s Attorney’s Cybercrime Unit, Ministry of Justice, Israel; Sang Hyun Kim, Senior Prosecutor, Cybercrime Investigation, Department of Seoul Eastern District Prosecutor’s Office, South Korea; Dufie…
How to Write a Successful Cert Petition: A Guide for State Lawyers
Writing cert petitions is a challenge, in no small part because they are so different from ordinary appellate briefs that focus on the merits.
Supreme Court Federal Habeas Opinions in the 2017 Term
Federal habeas law continues to be of significant interest to the Supreme Court. This article summarizes the Supreme Court’s decisions on habeas cases in the 2017 term.
The MSA – 20 Years Later
With increased concerns over school security, public schools implementing state laws may find themselves running afoul of constitutional rights of students. This increasingly draws attorneys general into the fray.
Ethics Corner: The Nation’s Prosecutors Uphold Their Sworn Oaths
Many law review articles insist that overzealous prosecutors, intentionally or negligently exceeding the scope of their legitimate authority. This article argues that there is virtually no empirical support for this proposition, and the evidence supports the conclusion that prosecutorial misconduct occurs with admirable infrequency.