department of justice

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Attorney Joan McPhee added, "This case is a poster child for what the Department of Justice should not do.
Lou Reiter, a former LAPD official who has worked as a consultant for the Department of Justice on six consent decrees, said the money is well spent if it curbs police abuses and leads to fewer lawsuits claiming police brutality.
Ultimately, these policy directives flow from the Department of Justice through the Federal Bureau of Prisons to penitentiaries throughout the U.
The Department of Justice regards this range to be moderately concentrated and open to scrutiny.
The announcement by the Department of Justice this morning in opposition to Texas' voter ID law is a prime example of a government agency putting partisan politics above reality and the law.
Microsoft remains committed to working collaboratively with the Department of Justice, the States and others in the industry in our continuing effort to meet fully our obligations under the final judgment.
Department of Justice, National Institute of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, Police Executive Research Forum, The Police Response to Gangs (Washington, DC, 1997), 14-15.
The Department of Justice has reviewed the proposal and advised the Board that consummation of the proposal would not likely have any significantly adverse competitive effects in the Muscatine banking market or any other relevant banking market.
As previously reported in the corporation's Form 10-Q on March 19, 2003, the Department of Justice advised Lockheed Martin that a criminal federal grand jury investigation into whether hazardous waste was properly stored and handled at the Paducah Gaseous Diffusion Plant was closed.
The California Department of Justice, California Bureau of Investigation, Foreign Prosecution Unit can assist U.
The Department of Justice has conducted an ongoing investigation of the county jails since 1996, finding chronic understaffing, woeful medical care, excessive waits to see doctors, interruptions and errors in dispensing medication, and inadequate medical record tracking systems.
Second, we are working with the Department of Justice to target certain state member banks for fair lending examinations where HMDA data suggest disparate treatment of minority mortgage loan applicants.

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