So say unions representing judges, who work for Justice’s Exec. Office for Immigration Review.
In the wake of a shooting death in Ferguson, Mo., Rep. Adam Schiff wants everything recorded.
“Simply stunning, and brazen,” wrote Josh Blackman, an assistant law professor at South Texas College of Law, of the unannounced removal of four U.S. appeals courts’ records.
FBI Director is touring all 56 field offices around the country. Dallas was No. 37.
Rio Arriba County Sheriff Tommy Rodella allegedly shoved his badge in the face of a motorist he is accused of terrorizing.
The Obama administration’s original choice for the job, then-Deputy Assistant Attorney General for the Civil Rights Division Roy Austin, was opposed by law enforcement groups.
But St. Louis U.S. Attorney Richard Callahan instead gave the protesters marching on his office a meeting.
The former FBI director sustained serious injuries after crashing his SUV in Vermont.
Aren’t missing after all, DOJ tells Judicial Watch, which calls the revelation ‘jaw dropping.’
Darryl McPherson resigns amid probe of his financial management.
For Justice Dept.’s 600 E. St. NW location.
Did legal dept. conceal evidence of faulty ignition switch?
Holly Fitzsimmons reflects fondly on career in Connecticut U.S. Attorney’s office.
Rio Arriba County Sheriff Thomas R. Rodella – accused of threatening a motorist he’d been tailgating with a gun – claims that New Mexico U.S. Attorney Damon Martinez has a “personal vendetta” against him.
The scandal led to the resignation of New Orleans U.S. Attorney Jim Letten and the ordering of a new trial for police officers convicted of post-Hurricane Katrina killings.
Into the beheading of American journalist Jim Foley by ISIS.
Those who are frustrated with Obama will likely find solace in the Attorney General.
The parents of Ramarley Graham, shot and killed two years ago by a police officer in New York, asked the DOJ to more thoroughly review the case on Wednesday.
The settlement amount is the largest ever reached between the U.S. and a single company, and is approximately equal to the bank’s total profit for the past three years.
Tells of his own experience with racial profiling.
Special prosecutor behind the Rick Perry indictment.
Attorney General Eric Holder met with community leaders in Ferguson early Wednesday afternoon, following a night of relative calm between police and protesters 10 days after the fatal shooting of unarmed teen Michael Brown.
Holder received an on-the-ground briefing about the Justice Department’s civil rights investigation into the circumstances surrounding Brown’s killing, which occurred on Aug. 9. Holder also [...]
Protesters gather in Ohio after the August 6 shooting in a Walmart of John Crawford.
The former SEC litigator and DOJ prosecutor will join the Washington, D.C., office as a partner.
With AG in Ferguson today, can he bring peace?
Visits Salt Lake City, doesn’t comment on DOJ-FBI split in investigation.
NAACP calls on DOJ to investigate a man tasered to death in CA.
A message to the people of Ferguson.
Columnist: We need reforms, not more training.
Grand jury to hear evidence in September.