The principal deputy to the Solicitor General answered questions from members of the Senate Judiciary Committee about his nomination to sit on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit.
The proposed $27.6 billion spending plan highlights cybersecurity, immigration, terrorism and “transnational organized crime.”
The House Judiciary Committee’s Subcommittee on Crime, Terrorism, Homeland Security and Investigations heard from DOJ officials about allegations of waste and abuse.
Commentary: Despite the hype, nominee remains a mystery.
The agreement reached by Sens. Joe Manchin (D-W.Va.) and Pat Toomey (R-Pa.) would be more stringent than current law.
The Senate Judiciary Committee will hold a hearing this afternoon on the deputy Solicitor General’s nomination to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit.
Commentary: Rep. Bob Goodlatte lists wasteful spending ahead of hearing.
Will the outpouring of support for Srinivasan make a difference?
Excessive vacancies harmful to department.
Commentary: The nominee should be questioned about quid pro quo case.
Vice President Joe Biden, Attorney General Eric Holder and law enforcement officials gathered at the White House to urge Congress to pass legislation restricting guns.
A federal appeals judge warns that SCOTUS could delive a “devastating blow” to human rights.
Patty Shwartz, who made headlines when home-state Sen. Robert Menendez initially blocked her nomination, will join the Philadelphia-based court of appeals.
The Department of Justice sent a message to would-be tax criminals Tuesday: we’re onto you, and “time is running out” to turn yourself in.
Wendy Huang Waszmer prosecuted a high-profile case involving three former financial services executives.
The Acting Assistant Attorney General of the Criminal Division testified before Congress today.
The Senate approved White by unanimous consent.
Technically, Sri Srinivasan is just a candidate for the federal appeals court, but few are misled
The former U.S. Attorney, now vying for an open Senate seat in Massachusetts, will attend the luncheon on Friday in Washington.
The Seattle Police Department entered into a court agreement with the Justice Department last summer to address concerns that officers were too quick to use force.
An administrative judge overruled the suspensions of James Goeke and Joseph Bottini for allegedly failing to turn over exculpatory evidence during the Justice Department’s botched prosecution of the late Sen. Ted Stevens.
Commentary: Republican senators watching grassroots treatment of Tom Perez.
Columnist laments prison where there is no habeas corpus; no due process; no speedy trial; no being charged, even, with a crime.
The diminishing funds could mean drug traffickers may walk free in states that rely heavily on DOJ task forces.
The Attorney General and Vice President Joe Biden will urge Congress to pass legislation restricting guns.
The acting head of the Criminal Division will talk about enforcing violations by political 501(c)(4) tax exempt groups.
Gun control and other hot-button issues on tap as Congress returns to work.
The Senate Majority Leader said he would consider the option if Republicans continue to block President Obama’s judicial nominees.
A former Assistant U.S. Attorney in the Eastern District of Michigan has come under suspicion after a judge ordered the Detroit Free Press to produce documents.
The Attorney General has received conflicting advice on how the federal government should handle recent state initiatives to legalize marijuana for recreational use.
BEST FCPA LAWYERS PRACTICE GROUP OF THE YEAR. Main Justice held an awards luncheon in Washington, D.C., to honor top firms in the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act arena. This video shows announcement of the finalists and winner in the Practice Group of the Year category.
"I am not going to respond to what I view as the ad hominem attack on this prosecutor." -- Assistant U.S. Attorney Jonathan Malis in response to remarks from then-private attorney Eric Holder.