Attorney General Eric Holder holds press conference to announce the latest “get tough on Wall Street” resolution.
Virginia Representative Frank Wolf requested DOJ Inspector General Michael Horowitz replace Barbara Bosserman as the lead investigator in the IRS scandal.
Officer who fatally shot woman after high-speed case will not face criminal charges.
Sources say Christie administration pushed Port Authority to hire from governor’s former firm.
Roger Taney, anyone?
Reporting program leads to investigation of innocents, ACLU says.
Will prove to be a test of DC prosecutors’ worth.
DOJ says contains “novel questions of fact and law.”
To address allegations of brutality, discrimination, neglect.
Assistant US attorney stays vigilant prosecuting amongst changing medical pot provisions.
New evidence in ex-AG’s case shows mounting tension between Shurtleff and top aide.
To handle the immigration crisis in the Southwest.
Declines to pursue allegations of CIA spying on Senate Intel staff.
Holder refuses “unproductive” meeting.
Former IRS official may have printed some.
Nagin was found guilty Feb. 12 of fraud and bribery involving crimes that took place before and after Katrina devastated the city.
Spike in settlements and DPAs brings ire of watchdogs.
Rengan Rajaratnam not guilty of conspiracy, ending Preet Bharara’s conviction streak.
IRS to make two appearances before two separate judges in two separate courtrooms.
The move was timed to take advantage of “sweeping structural reforms” in Mexico’s energy and telecom sectors that Hogan Lovells anticipates will attract new investors and companies across a wide swath of industries.
Well-connected rookie Christopher “Casey” Cooper randomly appointed.
Judge limits ability of trustee seeking money for Madoff victims.
A 5K1.1 motion cuts time for defendants who cooperate in cases.
Friend knew Tsarnaev was bombing suspect, prosecutor says.
Will decided whether voter ID law is “discriminatory.”
Drivers charged with murder of DEA agent to stand trial in Virginia.
The Republican opposition to Mary L. Smith’s April 2009 nomination was viewed at the time as entirely legitimate, given Smith’s complete lack of tax experience. It wasn’t just raw GOP obstructionism.
The Justice Department fired back at Jack Abramoff attorney Peter R. Zeidenberg in their fight over a motion to disqualify the former Public Integrity Section prosecutor.
Investigating denial of Virginia church’s zoning request.
Don’t move it out of Boston.