Giles W. Casaleggio, Esq.

Associate Professor
Criminal Justice, Legal Studies and Homeland Security
Giles Wayne Casaleggio is an associate professor of Criminal Justice at Saint John's University, College of Professional Studies. He obtained his Bachelor of Science Degree in Management from Fairleigh Dickinson University in 1972. He attended The University of Tennessee Law School and received his Juris Doctorate from Saint John's University in 1972. He was admitted to practice law in New York, New Jersey and before The United States Supreme Court. He began his legal career in 1972 as a law clerk in the United States Attorney”s Office for the Southern District of New York. From 1973 to 1985, He served as assistant prosecutor in Union County, New Jersey and Chief Assistant Prosecutor in Passaic and Morris Counties where he specialized in the investigation of organized crime and supervised their narcotics task forces. He received specialized training in electronic surveillance investigation at the Cornell University Institute on Organized Crime and was designated as an instructor for The New Jersey Police Training Commission. In 1985, He was appointed to the position of New Jersey Deputy Attorney General and assigned to investigate cases of political corruption and organized crime. He later co-authored the Attorney General’s State Narcotics Action Plan and was designated as supervisor of Northern New Jersey operations of The State Police Narcotic Unit. In 1988, He entered local politics in New Jersey and was elected twice as mayor and councilman in Ringwood, New Jersey. He has published several articles in law enforcement periodicals and a book entitled “Management Methods From The Mafia” in 2013.

Courses Taught

CJL
103
U.S. CONSTIT & CRIM JUST ADMIN
CRJ
2001
THEORIES OF CRIME
CRJ
2003
AMERICAN JUDICIAL SYSTEM
CRJ
2004
AMERICAN CORRECTIONAL SYSTEMS
CRJ
3002
MINORITY GROUPS & CJ SYSTEM
CRJ
3101
CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION
CRJ
3104
INVESTIGATION&PROTECTION TECH
CRJ
3106
DRUG ABUSE IN CONTEMP SOCIETY
CRJ
3107
ORGANIZED CRIME
CRJ
3112
RDG&INTERPRETATION LEGAL DOCS
CRJ
3113
PENAL LAW
CRJ
3114
CRIMINAL PROCEDURE LAW
CRJ
3115
CRIM JUSTICE ADVERSARY SYS
CRJ
3116
LAW OF EVIDENCE
CRJ
3121
CORRECTION LAW
CRJ
3202
JUSTICE AND THE D A'S OFFICE
CRJ
4105
TRANSNATIONAL CRIME&CRIMINALS