- Speeches & Events
Joel Cohen, an experienced white-collar criminal lawyer, joined the firm in 1985 after ten years as a prosecutor, first with the New York State Special Prosecutor’s Office and, second, as an Assistant Attorney-in-Charge with the U.S. Justice Department’s Organized Crime & Racketeering Section (E.D.N.Y.). In those positions, he concentrated in the investigation, prosecution and trial of organized crime figures and corruption cases involving high-ranking public officials in New York, including the top leadership of the Colombo crime family, many members of the elite narcotics division of the New York Police Department, and the first ever prosecution of a sitting FBI agent.
Since arriving at Stroock, Mr. Cohen has represented and actively counseled individuals and corporations that have been investigated and/or prosecuted for alleged federal racketeering, securities violations, tax evasion, bribery, fraud, corruption, obstruction of justice, money laundering, environmental offenses, and customs violations involving alleged international frauds. He has also represented attorneys on ethical issues and in disciplinary proceedings in a number of jurisdictions in the New York area.
His representations, described here without names because of the sensitivity of most of his matters, have included:
- Attorneys. Mr. Cohen has represented attorneys under inquiry and investigation, both in criminal and in disciplinary proceedings, involving alleged contemptuous behavior, HUD fraud, bank fraud, estate fraud, false advertising, tax violations, racketeering, and insolvency proceedings.
- Public Officials. Mr. Cohen has represented high-ranking public officials in federal, state and municipal government, as well as judges and judicial assistants who were investigated, prosecuted or required to give testimony in various proceedings. Key representations include the then second highest elected New York State public official, a key member of the New York City Mayor’s cabinet, and a high-ranking figure in New York’s Democratic Party who was prosecuted for federal racketeering charges.
- Securities Offenses. Mr. Cohen has represented individuals regarding federal and state securities and commodities offenses, including, recently, a highly publicized federal securities criminal complaint in which there was a full dismissal of the criminal charge, and in another case, the successful withdrawal of an SEC Wells Notice in Illinois.
- Internal Investigations. Mr. Cohen has conducted internal investigations on behalf of corporations, municipal unions and law firms. Such representations have resulted in exonerations as to wrongdoing on behalf of the entity clients, and successful referrals to criminal authorities on behalf of the corporate entity clients of the individuals whose conduct was under scrutiny.
- Media. Mr. Cohen represented a substantial print media enterprise that was charged criminally, and its individual owners, who had been under investigation, for conduct relating to false advertising. The representation of the enterprise involved grand jury subpoenas implicating a variety of First Amendment issues, including access to sealed court proceedings.
- Charitable Organizations. Mr. Cohen successfully represented one of the largest, worldwide communal organizations in an investigation by the New York State Attorney General’s Office for alleged violations of its charitable status under New York law. He has also represented charitable institutions in connection with Attorney General approvals.
- Insurance Industry. Mr. Cohen has represented significant insurance companies, agencies, brokerages, and adjusters involving federal and state criminal charges and investigation relating to improper fee payments, overcharges, false SEC filings, kickbacks and false financial reporting.
- Health Care. Mr. Cohen successfully represented a large hospital involving alleged fraud in a municipal contract, as well as other private hospitals in connection with regulatory and criminal inquiries. Mr. Cohen has also represented a leading health care provider and pharmacists in investigations by state and federal authorities, including alleged Medicaid/Medicare fraud violations.
- Taxes. Mr. Cohen has represented accounting firms and professionals under investigation for criminal violations, including tax shelters and the facilitation of money laundering. He also represented a number of individuals charged with federal and state tax violations.
- Forfeiture Proceedings. Mr. Cohen has represented individuals whose funds were the subject of civil seizure orders and criminal forfeiture proceedings as a result of alleged illegal conduct in New York and Florida.
- Environmental Violations. Mr. Cohen has successfully represented a number of individuals and corporations, including one development in a lengthy federal court proceeding spanning more than a decade, which alleged violations of the Endangered Species Act and its New York State counterpart.
- Customs Violations. Mr. Cohen has represented both public and private corporations criminally charged with large conspiracies to violate federal customs statutes in New York and Florida.
- Government Contracts. Mr. Cohen has represented both public and private corporations charged with government contract fraud involving various types of military procurement in New York, California and Pennsylvania.
- Sports, Gaming and Entertainment Industry. Mr. Cohen represented a key sports trade group criminally charged with federal gaming violations in Louisville, Kentucky. He has also represented a significant casino entity in a grand jury investigation by the New York County District Attorney’s Office, as well as a number of New York nightclubs and owners in connection with state grand jury and SLA proceedings.
- Business Consulting. Mr. Cohen represents a number of business consulting entities with respect to grand jury investigations and subpoenas on an ongoing basis in various jurisdictions around the country.
- Real Estate Industry. Mr. Cohen has represented significant New York builders and real estate management companies in internal investigations, as well as relating to federal and state grand jury subpoenas and criminal investigations of improper business practices.
- Banking. Mr. Cohen has represented a number of domestic banks in New York and two Swiss banks (New York and Florida), as well as banking officials in connection with grand jury investigations of alleged money laundering.
- Member, Federal Bar Council
- Member, New York State Commission on Judicial Conduct, 2010-present
- Adjunct Professor of Law, Fordham University School of Law, Professional Responsibility, 2005 – present
- Adjunct Professor of Law, Brooklyn Law School, Professional Responsibility, 2002-2006
SPEECHES & EVENTSMr. Cohen has participated as a lecturer, moderator and panelist in many legal symposiums and seminars.
PUBLICATIONSSince 1987, Mr. Cohen has authored over 300 articles published in legal periodicals, primarily the New York Law Journal and The National Law Journal. Select articles include:
- "Are Today's 'Deep Throats' Doing the Right Thing?" The New York Times, May 31, 2017
- "Do Judges Contribute to Injustices? A Conversation with Judge Jed Rakoff," ABA Journal, April 13, 2017
- "The Ethics of 'Holding Out' on Your Client," New York Law Journal, April 6, 2017
- "Should Judges Consult Their Personal Moral Convictions?" Slate.com, March 28, 2017
- "Should the President Get to Pick Supreme Court Justices?" Slate.com, February 24, 2017
- "When Lawyers and Judges Criticize Jury Verdicts," New York Law Journal, February 10, 2017
- "Incrementalism and the 'Long View' of the Law" Federal bar Council Quarterly, Dec./Jan./Feb./2017,
Vol. XXIV, No. 2
- "The Lawyer As 'Acquired' Friend," Huffington Post, May 12, 2016
- "When Adjournment Requests Are Critical," New York Law Journal, April 12, 2016
- "Helping Juries to Better Reach Untainted Verdicts," Huffington Post, February 16, 2016
- "Can the Superseding Indictment Process Be Abused?" New York Law Journal, February 9, 2016
- "Changing a Criminal Client’s Social Media Pages," New York Law Journal, December 8, 2015
While not relating to his law practice, Mr. Cohen has also authored four books dealing with religion:
- Gehinnom, available gratis at [email protected], 2011
- David and Bathsheba: Through Nathan’s Eyes, Paulist Press, 2007
- Moses and Jesus: A Conversation, Dorrance Publishing Co. Inc., 2006
- Moses: A Memoir, Paulist Press, 2003
ADMITTED TO PRACTICE
New York, 1968
U.S. Tax Court, 1969; U.S. District Court for the Southern and Eastern Districts of New York, 1972; U.S. Supreme Court, 1973; U.S. Court of Appeals, Second Circuit, 1973; U.S. Court of Appeals, First Circuit, 1986; Pro hac vice in a number of federal districts
LL.M., New York University School of Law, 1969; Concentration in Tax
J.D., New York University School of Law, 1967
A.B., Brooklyn College, 1965
NEWSBack To Full Bio
Joel Cohen featured and Dale Degenshein mentioned in "A Conversation on Criminal Justice With Joel Cohen"
January 28, 2018|As mentioned in: Bloomberg BNA
Shira Scheindlin featured in "5 Questions with Shira Scheindlin: How Stroock is Helping Organizations Deal with Suspected Sexual Misconduct"
January 17, 2018|As mentioned in: Legal Executive Institute
Shira Scheindlin quoted; Robert Abrams, Joel Cohen, Howard Lavin, Michele Pahmer and Elizabeth DiMichele mentioned in "As #MeToo Roils Clients, Stroock Launches Unit to Vet Sex Claims"
January 9, 2018|As mentioned in: New York Law Journal
Shira Scheindlin and Alan Klinger quoted; Robert Abrams, Joel Cohen, Howard Lavin, Michele Pahmer and Elizabeth DiMichele mentioned in "Stroock announces internal investigation unit focusing on sexual misconduct allegations"
January 9, 2018|As mentioned in: ABA Journal
Joel Cohen and Jerry Goldfeder quoted in "Brooklyn Assemblywoman Indicted for Allegedly Bilking City Council, FEMA"
January 9, 2018|As mentioned in: New York Law Journal
Stroock Forms Internal Investigations Unit to Help Companies and Organizations Respond to Suspected Sexual Misconduct
January 8, 2018|Press Release
Shira Scheindlin and Joel Cohen author op-ed "After #MeToo, we can’t ditch due process"
January 8, 2018|As mentioned in: The Guardian
Shira Scheindlin and Alan Klinger quoted; Robert Abrams, Joel Cohen, Howard Lavin, Michele Pahmer and Elizabeth DiMichele mentioned in "Ex-Judge, AG Head Stroock’s New Harassment Probe Team"
January 8, 2018|As mentioned in: Law360
47 Stroock Partners and Counsel Named to Best Lawyers in America for 2018
August 15, 2017|Press Release
Joel Cohen Recognized as Legal Lion by Law360
July 13, 2017|As mentioned in: Law360
Stroock Wins Reversal of Prominent Official, Sheldon Silver's, Corruption Conviction
July 13, 2017
Joel Cohen featured guest on "Conversations in the Digital Age with Jim Zirin"
June 8, 2017|As featured on: CUNY Television
James Bernard and Joel Cohen mentioned in “Recognition for Lawyers”
May 11, 2017|As mentioned in: New York Law Journal
The New York Times "Bookshelf" Discusses Joel Cohen's Broken Scales: Reflections on Injustice
May 9, 2017|As mentioned in: The New York Times
Former Chief Judge Sol Wachtler Reviews Joel Cohen’s Broken Scales: Reflections on Injustice
April 21, 2017|As featured in: New York Law Journal
Stroock’s Joel Cohen and James Bernard Win 2017 Burton Award for Legal Writing
April 7, 2017|Press Release
Stroock Hosts Forum on Impact of Media on Justice
December 6, 2016|Press Release
Robert Abrams, Joel Cohen and Shira A. Scheindlin mentioned in "Panel on Media Actions"
December 6, 2016|As mentioned in: New York Law Journal
47 Stroock Partners and Counsel Named to Best Lawyers in America for 2017
August 15, 2016 |Press Release
Stroock Featured in The New York Times "Best Lawyers" 2016 New York City Supplement
November 20, 2015|As mentioned in: The New York Times
45 Stroock Partners and Counsel Named to Best Lawyers in America for 2016
August 17, 2015
35 Stroock Partners and Counsel Named to Best Lawyers for 2015
August 18, 2014
Stroock & Stroock & Lavan LLP, a national law firm with offices in New York, Los Angeles, Miami, and Washington, DC announced that 35 attorneys across 25 practice areas have been selected by their peers for inclusion in the 2015 edition of The Best Lawyers in America® ("Best Lawyers®").
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Judges Candidly Discuss Controversial Rulings
in Joel Cohen’s Latest Book
Released July 28, 2014
In the course of a single case, the judge makes literally hundreds of decisions—some large, some small, but all of them contributing in some way to the final outcome. But remarkably little is known about how each judge makes his or her decisions.
Veteran trial lawyer Joel Cohen persuaded thirteen federal district court judges to talk on the record about one of their highest-profile or most complex cases.
Stroock Hosts New York City's Five Borough District Attorneys
June 18, 2014
Stroock Partners and Counsel Named to Best Lawyers for 2014
November 6, 2013
Stroock & Stroock & Lavan LLP, a national law firm with offices in New York, Los Angeles, Miami, and Washington, DC announced that nearly 30 attorneys across 24 practice areas have been selected by their peers for inclusion in the 2013 edition of The Best Lawyers in America® ("Best Lawyers®").
31 Stroock Partners and Counsel Named to Best Lawyers for 2013
November 9, 2012
Stroock & Stroock & Lavan LLP, a national law firm with offices in New York, Los Angeles and Miami, announced that 31 attorneys across 22 practice areas have been selected by their peers for inclusion in the 2013 edition of The Best Lawyers in America® ("Best Lawyers®").
18 Stroock Attorneys Named to 2012 Edition of Best Lawyers
September 8, 2011
Stroock & Stroock & Lavan LLP, a national law firm with offices in New York, Los Angeles and Miami, announced that 18 attorneys across 18 practice areas have been selected by their peers for inclusion in the 2012 edition of The Best Lawyers in America® ("Best Lawyers®").
Forum on Public Corruption at Stroock & Stroock & Lavan: Are Politicians More Vulnerable Today?
June 14, 2011
17 Stroock Attorneys Named to 2011 Edition of Best Lawyers
August 5, 2010
Stroock & Stroock & Lavan LLP, a national law firm with offices in New York, Los Angeles and Miami, announced that 17 attorneys across 12 practice areas have been selected by their peers for inclusion in the 2011 edition of Best Lawyers®.
Stroock’s Joel Cohen Appointed A Member of The New York State Commission On Judicial Conduct
July 21, 2010
Capital Markets Crisis Group Expansion
April 3, 2008
The Wall Street Journal's Law Blog Q&A with Stroock Partner Joel Cohen
July 30, 2007
PUBLICATIONSBack To Full Bio
"Counseling About Criminal Exposure: Lessons From The Post"
February 14, 2018|New York Law Journal
- "Judge Kozinski: Will Due Process Emerge?"December 14, 2017|New York Law Journal
- "When His Witness Has Lied... And the Prosecutor 'Knows' It"September 29, 2017|New York Law Journal
- “Are Today’s ‘Deep Throats’ Doing the Right Thing?”May 31, 2017|The New York Times
- "The Ethics of ‘Holding Out’ on Your Client"April 6, 2017|New York Law Journal
- "When Lawyers and Judges Criticize Jury Verdicts"February 10, 2017|New York Law Journal
- "The Movie ‘Spotlight’ and Legal Ethics"June 14, 2016|New York Law Journal
- "D.C. Circuit Vacates District Court Decision Refusing to Approve Fokker’s Deferred Prosecution Agreement with the Department of Justice and Clarifies the Standard for Evaluating Deferred Prosecution Agreements"April 7, 2016|Stroock Special Bulletin
- "Confidentiality: Keeping Secret Non-Privileged Information"August 11, 2015|New York Law Journal
- "Your Client’s Intractable Demands—And Your Effort to Withdraw"April 14, 2015|New York Law Journal
- "The Lawyer's Duty to Check Facts"February 9, 2015|New York Law Journal
- Constraining Opinions and the Ethics of 'I Believe'December 9, 2014|New York Law Journal
- 'Let Right Be Done': When Prosecutors Have a Higher DutySeptember 19, 2014|New York Law Journal
- "‘Crime Fraud’ and the Lawyer’s Duty"April 8, 2014|New York Law Journal
- "When Lawyers Instigate Their Clients"December 13, 2013|Law.com
- "The 'Ethic' of Getting Up to Speed 'Technologically'"December 10, 2013|New York Law Journal
- "Who Responds When Tabloids Attack the Judges?"November 25, 2013|New York Law Journal
- "Anchoring" & Criminal SentencingNovember 11, 2013|Law.com
- "The Culture Of Changing Sides"October 18, 2013|Law.com
- "Police Versus Prosecutors: The Motorcycle Mayhem"October 8, 2013|HuffingtonPost.com
- "May Prosecutors Bar Note Taking of Witness Interviews?"October 8, 2013|New York Law Journal
- "Can a Corporation Survive a Trial Conviction?"September 16, 2013|Law.com
- "When a Client Post-Trial Says: 'I Perjured Myself'"August 13, 2013|New York Law Journal
- "Criminal Attorney and Client: Who Calls the Shots?"June 20, 2013|New York Law Journal
- "Would a Prosecutor’s Manual Help?"April 9, 2013|New York Law Journal
- "Blurring the Statute of Limitations"March 4. 2013|Law.com
- "When Prosecutors Take Liberties With the First Amendment"February 14, 2013|New York Law Journal
- "‘Apology’ as a Legal Strategy"January 14, 2013|Law.com
- "Judging Judges: When Appearance Matters"January 4, 2013|HuffingtonPost.com
- "'Remorse' for Crime: Must It Be Sincere?"December 19, 2012|HuffingtonPost.com
- Attorney-Client Privilege: When the Client DiesDecember 11, 2012|New York Law Journal
- "Ceglia v Mark Zuckerberg: May A Civil Litigator Accept His Client's "Truth"?"November 9, 2012|HuffingtonPost.com
- "The Presidential Debates: Judges Shouldn’t Be Swayed By Opinion Polls"October 9, 2012|HuffintonPost.com
- "The Independent Magistrate"September 24, 2012|Law.com
- "Character Testimony: What if Mother Teresa Pulled a ‘Bank Job’?"August 14, 2012|Law.com
- “When Lawyers Investigate Jurors (Electronically)”August 14, 2012|New York Law Journal
- 'Soliciting' a Corporation's Former Employees; ETHICS AND CRIMINAL PRACTICEJune 11, 2012|New York Law Journal
- "Charging George Zimmerman: Why Bypass the Grand Jury?"April 24, 2012|The Huffington Post
- "When Lawyers Get Summoned to Jury Duty"April 16, 2012|Law.com
- "When a Client Slips Between the Cracks"March 19, 2012|law.com
- "The Ethics Of Denouncing The Bench"February 13, 2012|New York Law Journal
- "'Sandbagging' & Guilty Plea Offers"December 13, 2011|New York Law Journal
- "When Victim Lawyering Gets Aggressive"October 13, 2011|New York Law Journal
- "Challenging Not-for-Profit Executive Compensation"September 21, 2011|Huff Post Business
- "When a Lawyer Wants (Or Needs) Out"August 9, 2011|New York Law Journal
- "When the Client’s Approach Is Deadly"June 14, 2011|New York Law Journal
- "The Confidential Nature of Lawsuits"May 31, 2011|law.com
- “Criminal Charges: The Next Frontier for Libel Tourism”April 25, 2011|Law.com
- “Revealing Your Client’s ‘Guilt’ When He Sues You”April 12, 2011|New York Law Journal
- "Silencing Amicus Curiae"March 21, 2011|National Law Journal
- "Judges’ Quandary: Truth and Sentencing"February 8, 2011|New York Law Journal
- WikiLeaks: We Don’t Need Another 'Hero'December 17, 2010|Law.com
- "'Counseling’ an Innocent’s Guilty Plea"December 14, 2010|New York Law Journal
- "Former Judges in Court: When ‘Your Honor’ Becomes Your Problem"December 6, 2010|Law.com
- "When Defendants Are Threatened to Plead Guilty"October 12, 2010|New York Law Journal
- "The Truth Police"October 4, 2010|Law.com
- "What Good Is Remorse?"September 7, 2010|Law.com
- "Lawyer White Lies: Just Part of the Job?"August 10, 2010|The New York Law Journal
- "The BP Mess: Judging Judges’ Impartiality"August 2, 2010|law.com
- Leaking Legal AdviceJuly 6, 2010|Law.com
- "‘Answerability’ Advocacy For the Trial-Convicted Defendant"June 8, 2010|New York Law Journal
- "Fairness, Empathy and the ‘Interfering’ Judge"June 7, 2010|Law.com
- When Judges GoogleMay 3, 2010|Law.com
- “When Lawyers Admit ‘Ineffectiveness’”April 13, 2010|New York Law Journal
- "The Second Circuit Ruling on Attorney Advertising:What Are the Current Do’s and Don’ts?"April 12, 2010|Bloomberg Law Reports
- "The Ethics of Making Credibility Judgments"April 5, 2010|Law.com
- “The Politicization of ‘Miranda’”March 1, 2010|Law.com
- "A Lawyer of One's Own: The Importance of Counsel Without Conflict"Vol. 3, No. 2|Bloomberg Law Reports – Risk & Compliance
- "Roman Polanski and Ex Parte Abuse"February 9, 2010|New York Law Journal
- “When a Lawyer Knows of Reasonably Certain Death”February 1, 2010|Law.Com
- “A New Year’s Resolution for Lawyers”January 4, 2010|Law.Com
- “Kwame Kilpatrick—And His Lawyer(s)”December 30, 2009|New York Law Journal
- "When Clients Waive Privilege"November 30, 2009|Law.Com
- "Commentary: Celebrity Extortion and the Press"November 2, 2009|Law.Com
- "The Propriety of Criticizing Judges"October 5, 2009|law.com
- "The ‘Brady Dump’: Problems With ‘Open File’ Discovery"September 4, 2009|New York Law Journal
- "Silly, Baseless Lawsuits"August 24, 2009|Law.com
- “Should Blagojevich’s Jury Be Anonymous?”July 27, 2009|law.com
- “Should Twittering Jurors Know Better?”June 22, 2009|law.com
- "Asking for Trouble: When Lawyers Lie to Judges"June 1, 2009|New York Law Journal
- "Withdrawing Quietly From Representation"April 17, 2009|New York Law Journal
- “Anticipating the Regulators: Obama and Congress Give Regulators Their Marching Orders”February 24, 2009|Stroock Special Bulletin
- “The Madoff Bail Flap: Commentators, Get it Right”February 2, 2009|National Law Journal
- “When ‘Zealousness’ Collides With Reputation for Honesty, Integrity”January 16, 2009|New York Law Journal
- “Needed now: campaign finance reform”December 26, 2008|Albany Times Union
- “Issues Arising from the Bernard L. Madoff Investment Securities Matter”December 17, 2008|Stroock Special Bulletin
- “Can You Disclose Your Grand Jury Subpoena? It’s a Balancing Test”December 15, 2008|New York Law Journal
- “When a Prosecutor Doubts the Defendant’s Guilt”November 17, 2008|New York Law Journal
- "Stand up, say who you are"November 3, 2008|The National Law Journal
- “Update on New York State Insurance Department Broker Compensation Hearings”August 18, 2008|Stroock Special Bulletin
- ‘Can You Notarize This?’ Taking the Notary Job SeriouslyJuly 18, 2008|New York Law Journal
- Can We Simply Drink the Kool-Aid?April 24, 2008|New York Law Journal
- "Gauging 'Ineffective Assistance of Counsel'"January 9, 2008|The New York Law Journal
- “Why a public outing?”January 28, 2008|The National Law Journal
- "'Scopes': Subpoenaed by Your Adversary"September 14, 2007|New York Law Journal
- "Blame the Lawyer!"August 21, 2007|New York Law Journal
- "When a Lawyer Gives Moral Advice"June 11, 2007|New York Law Journal
- "Must You Believe Your Client's Testimony?"April 5, 2007|New York Law Journal
- "Wearisome Adversaries"January 31, 2007|New York Law Journal
- "A View From the Trenches"September 5, 2006|New York Law Journal Magazine
- "Working With a Private Eye"August 7, 2006|New York Law Journal
- "Self-Help: When Client Uses Claim of Right Recovery"June 28, 2006|New York Law Journal
- "Polishing a Cooperator's Truthfulness"February 23, 2006|New York Law Journal
- "It's 'Off the Record'"January 11, 2006|New York Law Journal
- "When Trial Judges Second-Guess Lawyers"October 20, 2005|New York Law Journal
- "The Duty of Zealousness"June 20, 2005|New York Law Journal
- "Representing The Innocent Client"June 9, 2005|New York Law Journal
- "Ethic Rules and Legal Fees"March 7, 2005|New York Law Journal
- "The Wisdom of Jailing Reporters"November 3, 2004|New York Law Journal
- "Memorializing Client Conversations"October 4, 2004|New York Law Journal
- "Clamming Up - for Safety"September 13, 2004|National Law Journal
- "Buying Victim Silence"July 28, 2004|New York Law Journal
- "Celebrity Jurors"April 7, 2004|New York Law Journal
- "Explaining Eliot Spitzer: The New York State Attorney General Understands How to Use Power"March 22, 2004|Barron's
- "Prosecutors Tell Lies, Too"March 22, 2004|New York Law Journal
- "Gaining the Client's Truth"March 1, 2004|New York Law Journal
- "Acceptance of Responsibility"December 5, 2003|The New York Law Journal
- "'U.S. v. Lemrick Nelson' and the Issue of Innocence"September 29, 2003|The New York Law Journal
- "Dealing with the Whistleblower/Informer"July 30, 2003|New York Law Journal
- "Lawyers and P.R. People: The Spin, Confidentially"July 21, 2003|National Law Journal
- "Second Bite at the Apple: Successive and Concurrent Prosecutions"May 12, 2003|The New York Law Journal
- "Judge Kozinski: Will Due Process Emerge?"