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Date: September 2

Time: 2:00 pm - 3:15 pm

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Part I – Thursday, August 26, 2021 at 2:00 p.m. – 3:15 p.m. ET
Part II – Thursday, September 2, 2021 at 2:00 p.m. – 3:15 p.m. ET

This webinar series is hosted by the NAGTRI Center for Ethics and Public Integrity.

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 II: This webinar addresses certain legal, ethical, and strategic issues that may face corruption prosecutors when deciding to file criminal charges, to pursue administrative remedies before an ethics board, or to seek asset forfeiture. Anthony Picione will discuss legal, strategic, ethical, and practical considerations relating to when a prosecutor should file corruption charges. Darrin Sobin will draw on his experience as the first Director of Government Ethics at the D.C. Board of Ethics and Government Accountability to discuss the important role non-criminal ethics enforcement can play in the fight against corruption. Alice Dery will discuss how prosecutors can use asset forfeiture to deprive corrupt officials of the fruits of their crimes and to recover and restore funds to injured communities.

Click here to register for part one.


  • Marissa Grimes Walker, Program Counsel, NAGTRI Center for Ethics & Public Integrity; Co-Editor of The Anticorruption Manual: A Guide for State Prosecutors


  • Alice Dery, Chief of the Program Management and Training Unit within the Money Laundering and Asset Recovery Section, United States Department of Justice
  • Anthony Picione, Assistant Attorney General and Deputy Director of the Office of Public Integrity and Accountability, New Jersey Division of Criminal Justice; Chapter Author of The Timing of Charges in Corruption Cases
  • Darrin Sobin, Chief Programs Officer, D.C. Bar; Chapter Author of Administrative Remedies: How Ethics Boards Deter & Punish Corrupt Behavior


There is no cost to attend this webinar. Attorney general office staff will receive complimentary CLE credit if their state accrediting body approves it. Lawyers not employed by attorney general offices who would also like CLE credit may request it for $50.00 per webinar. Early registration is recommended as space is limited. Please contact Chelsey Shelton at cshelton@naag.org if you have any questions.

Registration deadline is Thursday, September 2, 2021, at noon ET.

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CLE Credit

NAAG will apply for CLE for attendees eligible under CLE accrediting body guidelines.