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Off the Clock: Criminal Investigators Working With Prosecutors

Posted in our “Off the Clock” category:

Very glad to have my article Pitching the Difficult Case: Working With Prosecutors published recently at LLRX.com.

The subject is related criminal prosecutions, an area of substantive law that I worked in at my pre-retirement “day job” working as counsel to inspectors general at multiple federal agencies. It deals with what I consider to be a key topic: How criminal investigators can work most effectively with prosecutors.

This new article contains more advanced ideas than The Art of the Referral, the article I co-authored previously with Bruce Sackman and Kelly Sisario. I hope it is as successful as the first article, which has been used as training material at the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center and the highly ranked John Jay College of Criminal Justice.

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