“Toughness and independence will pay off.”
A timeline of Preet Bharara’s investigation into Governor Cuomo’s anti-corruption commission.
Do inmates have a right to confidential emails with their lawyers?
First time in decades GA voters won’t have DOJ watching over their shoulders.
Slate Magazine says we need “real, constructive reform.”
The former U.S. Attorney for Los Angeles moves to a lifetime appointment on the bench.
Washington D.C. judges rule against healthcare plan, Richmond judges rule in favor.
In order to watch for police violations of citizens’ constitutional rights.
Members of a 2011 jury called in to answer questions related to the US attorney office scandal.
About 46k prisoners may petition for early release.
DNA testing shows FBI error in conviction.
US Attorney in Indianapolis steps down amid mayoral talk.
Conservative backlash to Holder’s “racial animus” remarks proves his point.
Azamat Tazhayakov found guilty of obstruction of justice by removing evidence.
Patrick Fitzgerald to monitor struggling for-profit education company.
Officials’ motorcades “become part of the neighborhood” when not on business.
Whistleblowers claim that managers at the bureau have retaliated against them for previously disclosed gender discrimination charges.
Between the financial industry and the DOJ, columnist says.
DOJ to send seven more ATF agents to fight gun violence.
Deliberations on whether or not Tsarnaev’s friend hid evidence to resume Monday.
Suggests inquiry into Cuomo’s shutdown of anti-corruption commission moving forwards.
For failing to submit proof of affirmative-action programs.
Among the topics at the hearing was unusual testimony given to the committee staff in May from Public Integrity Section chief Jack Smith and Election Crimes branch chief Richard Pilger, career prosecutors whom the DOJ normally would try to shield from politics.
Daily Beast columnist displeased with Holder’s “racial animus.”
The FBI and the DOJ failed to identify flawed crime lab results, report says.
After pleading guilty to charges relating to insider trading, Kuo gets 6 months.
Says ‘85 and 1 is still a pretty good record.’
Studies show children entering the U.S. illegally do better in court with an attorney.
U.S. attorneys in Newark ask panel to hold off on witnesses, including Regina Egea.
The bank, which has already set aside $6 billion to settle expected Justice Department mortgage-related allegations, had $4 billion in litigation expense for the quarter.