Rosita Del Coco is Associate Professor of Criminal Procedural Law at the University of Teramo, qualified as full professor.
Graduated in Law from the University of Teramo (magna cum laude), she obtained a PhD in Internal, International and Comparative Criminal Procedural Law (PhD) at the University of Urbino.
Qualified to practice as a lawyer, she has been dealing for many years with general theory of the process, criminal procedure and penitentiary law, with an emphasis always on maintaining the rights and guarantees of the person in the criminal system.
She is professor of Criminal Procedure Law at: Faculty of Law of the University of Teramo;
She is a lecturer in the Jean Monnet Module “European Criminal Justice”, former professor of penitentiary law at the II Level Master in “Criminal Law and Constitution”, University of “Roma Tre” and former professor of penitentiary law at the Faculty of Law of Teramo.
She is the author of three monographs “The regression of acts in the criminal trial” (Giappichelli publisher, 2020); “Preliminary criminal charge and defensive awareness” (Giappichelli editore, 2008); “Availability of criminal evidence and agreements between the parties” (Giuffrè, 2004) and of a hundred minor scientific publications, which have also appeared in international volumes.
She is the editor of important collective volumes. She is a member of editorial committees, scientific committees in research centers (“Penitentiary Law and Constitution” – European Penological Center; “Ecological transition, sustainability and global challenges”) and in masters (“Criminology, Criminal and Forensic Sciences) and is a member of the teaching staff of the doctorate in “Processes of harmonization of law between history and system”.
She has participated in research projects of excellence, including international ones, funded by the European Commission.
She is a member of the Association of Scholars of the Criminal Process.