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This two-part series introduces The Anticorruption Manual: A Guide for State Prosecutors through its editors and several authors who wrote its 30 chapters. The first webinar focuses on the different contexts in which corruption arises, as well as the management of investigations. The second webinar addresses legal, ethical, and strategic issues that may face corruption prosecutors when deciding to file criminal charges; how to establish an administrative ethics body and pursue remedies before that body; and when and how to seek asset forfeiture as a remedy.

Part I: In this first of two webinars, speakers address corruption by judges and by certain government employees, some of the investigative techniques used in corruption cases, prosecutors’ oversight of corruption investigations, and opportunities for collaboration in corruption investigations and prosecutions.