196 East Commerce Street
Bridgeton, NJ 08302
Joie grew up in Queens, New York. Joie attended Boston College and later Fordham University Law School. She started her legal career as an Assistant DA under Robert Morgenthau in Manhattan. For several years, Joie tried felony narcotics cases and was elevated to conducting wiretap investigations, prosecuting narcotics organizations and organized crime.
After almost a decade of service to New York County, Joie left NYC for New Jersey. She was hired as a Deputy Attorney General in the Medicaid Fraud Unit of the New Jersey Division of Criminal Justice. Joie spent several years prosecuting doctors and healthcare professionals for insurance fraud and violations of the Medicaid Fraud Act and Healthcare Claims Fraud Act. She joined the Appellate Bureau where she honed and refined her writing skills, arguing regularly in the Appellate Division and dozens of cases in the NJ Supreme Court.
Joie joined the Middlesex County Prosecutor’s Office in 2008 as an appellate attorney where she regularly argued appeals and provided trial support on some of the most notorious cases in Middlesex County. She was appointed Chief of the Appellate Section. As Chief, Joie served as the municipal court liaison for all municipal prosecutors, overseeing the litigation of hundreds of municipal court cases. Joie is a frequent Continuing Legal Education Instructor and has appeared as a guest speaker at legal conferences. In April 2023, Joie retired from 32 years as a prosecutor and joined the firm of Helmer, Conley and Kasselman, PA.
Joie is admitted to practice law in the State of New Jersey, State of New York, Eastern District of New York, Southern District of New York, District of New Jersey, Third Circuit of New Jersey, and the Supreme Court of the United States.
Joie is a member of the Middlesex County Bar Association, the New York State Bar Association and the New Jersey State Bar Association.
Joie enjoys running, spending time with her family, hiking, camping, coaching track, and volunteering in her community.
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