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Attorney General Loretta E. Lynch released a video statement today regarding the Dakota Access Pipeline protests. #DAPL
The ATF Headquarters building in Washington, D.C. was officially dedicated and renamed the Ariel Rios Federal Building today after fallen Special Agent Ariel Rios.

Thirty-four years ago today, Rios' watch ended during an undercover operation when he was shot and killed by gun and drug traffickers in Miami. The United States Department of Justice Attorney General Loretta Lynch and ATF Deputy...
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“At a time when rhetoric and ideology divide us, and bitterness and mistrust tear at the fabric of our democracy, we need you to model service to a larger cause. We need you to remind us that our responsibility as Americans is to promote the welfare of all our people; to protect the vulnerable and the weak; and to ensure that the nation we leave for our children is better than the one our...
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Today, Princess Cruise Lines Ltd. (Princess) has agreed to plead guilty to seven felony charges stemming from its deliberate pollution of the seas and intentional acts to cover it up. Princess will pay a $40 million penalty– the largest-ever criminal penalty involving deliberate vessel pollution – and plead guilty to charges related to illegal dumping of oil contaminated waste from the...
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Today, the Department of Justice announced a series of reforms at the Federal Bureau of Prisons (BOP) designed to reduce recidivism and increase the likelihood of inmates’ safe and successful return to the community. These efforts include building a semi-autonomous school district within the federal prison system, reforming federal halfway houses, covering the cost of obtaining state-issued...
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“Beyond efforts to understand how and why elder fraud occurs, continuing dedication to enforcement is required to stop it.”—Principal Deputy Associate Attorney General Bill Baer said today while delivering remarks highlighting #ElderJustice at the State of Financial Fraud in America. Read more from his remarks at [ Justice.gov Link ]
The latest blog, "Additional Considerations Regarding the Proposed Amendments to the Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure” by Assistant Attorney General Leslie R. Caldwell of the Criminal Division, addresses several arguments raised by commentators against proposed amendments to the venue provisions of Rule 41 of the Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure. Prior posts addressed the need for an...
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Additional Considerations Regarding the Proposed Amendments to the Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure

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One of the fastest-growing species of computer crime is the botnet.

A botnet is essentially a mass hack—a network of victim computers that have been surreptitiously infected with malware and are controlled remotely by criminals. Botnets range in size from hundreds to millions of infected computers, and they are used for a variety of criminal purposes: sometimes the criminals invade the...
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Ensuring Botnets Are Not “Too Big to Investigate”

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Check out this blog post on "Ensuring Tech-Savvy Criminals Do Not Have Immunity from Investigation" by Assistant Attorney General Leslie R. Caldwell of the Criminal Division:

“As you read this blog post, dozens of websites openly distribute images of child rape and sexual exploitation. Tens of thousands of pedophiles congregate on these sites to buy, sell and trade images and videos of...
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Ensuring Tech-Savvy Criminals Do Not Have Immunity from Investigation

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Seventy-five years ago this month, in Edwards v. California, the Supreme Court struck down a California law that prohibited bringing an indigent nonresident into the state. The case involved a California man driving to Texas to bring his brother-in-law – who had no job and only $20 in his pocket – into California. The California man, Fred Edwards, was convicted of a misdemeanor for knowingly...
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Progress and Unfinished Business in the Fight Against the Criminalization of Poverty

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“You come to us from 40 nations around the world, from Sierra Leone to South Korea, from Pakistan to Portugal, from Mexico to Malaysia. From so many places and through so many paths you have come here to be with all of us – illustrating this country’s motto of ‘E Pluribus Unum’ – out of many, one.”—Attorney General Loretta E. Lynch at a naturalization ceremony at the Justice Department...
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Attorney General Loretta E. Lynch released a video statement today on the FBI’s newly announced 2015 hate crime statistics as well as on recent media reports of alleged hate crimes and harassment around the country. The statement reminds individuals to report these incidents to both local law enforcement and the Justice Department in order to ensure that career investigators and prosecutors...
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Check out the latest blog by Principal Deputy Assistant Attorney General Vanita Gupta, head of the Civil Rights Division on Celebrating OSC’s 30 Years of Vindicating Workers’ Rights and Defending America’s Diversity

“This morning I had the privilege to join Attorney General Lynch and our colleagues from U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) at a Special Naturalization Ceremony to...
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“The right to counsel is not only a constitutional imperative but vital to the effective functioning – and legitimacy – of the U.S. criminal justice system.”—Principal Deputy Associate Attorney General Bill Baer at the Second International Conference on Access to #LegalAid in Criminal Justice Systems

Read PDASG Baer’s full remarks at [ Justice.gov Link ]
“Far too many of our fellow Americans still find themselves priced out of justice. Far too many of our fellow Americans are still forced to choose between paying court fees and paying rent. And far too many of our fellow Americans are one court appearance away from debt, unemployment, or homelessness. Bringing justice to those who feel excluded and left behind is one of the great civil...
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Of the many proud traditions we observe at the Department of Justice, one of the proudest is the support we give to our #veterans. More than 28,000 veterans serve the department, just over one quarter of our workforce. They enforce our nation’s laws, prosecute federal defendants, guard prisoners and aid our state and local public safety partners, protecting our country from threats both...
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Paying Tribute to Our Veterans

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Attorney General Loretta E. Lynch recognized 376 Justice Department employees for their distinguished public service today at the 64th Annual Attorney General’s Awards Ceremony. Forty-seven other individuals outside of the department were also honored for their work. This annual ceremony recognizes individuals for their outstanding service and dedication to carrying out the missions of the...
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The Department of Justice's Civil Rights Division will monitor today's general election on the ground in 67 jurisdictions in 28 states for compliance with the federal voting rights laws.

To report voting rights violations and election crimes:

Contact the Civil Rights Division: Go to to submit an Election Complaint Form, call 800-253-3931 or TTY 202-305-0082, or email...
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Justice Department to Monitor Polls in 28 States on Election Day

The Justice Department announced today that its Civil Rights Division plans to deploy more than 500 personnel to 67 jurisdictions in 28 states for the Nov. 8, 2016, general election.

Although state and local governments have primary responsibility for administering elections, the Civil Rights Division is charged with enforcing...
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Justice Department to Monitor Polls in 28 States on Election Day

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Janet Reno was the first woman and 78th Attorney General of the United States. She went on to become the longest serving attorney general in the 20th century.

“She was an inspiration and a trailblazer for so many women working in law enforcement and government -- including me. The United States is a stronger, safer and more just place because of Janet Reno’s leadership, and she will be...
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