Justice Department Announces New Rule Implementing Federal Time Credits Program Established by the First Step Act

Justice Department Announces New Rule Implementing Federal Time Credits Program Established by the First Step Act

Today, the Department of Justice announced that a new rule has been submitted to the Federal Register implementing the Time Credits progra

Justice Department Announces Retirement of U.S. Trustee Program Director Cliff White

The Justice Department today announced the retirement of Clifford White, the Director of the Justice Department’s U.S. Trustee Program (

Leader of Oath Keepers and 10 Other Individuals Indicted in Federal Court for Seditious Conspiracy and Other Offenses Related to U.S. Capitol Breach

A federal grand jury in the District of Columbia returned an indictment yesterday, which was unsealed today, charging 11 defendants with s

Lab Owner Pleads Guilty to $6.9 Million Genetic Testing & COVID-19 Testing Fraud Scheme

A Florida man pleaded guilty today in the Southern District of Florida to a $6.9 million conspiracy to defraud Medicare by paying kickback

South Florida Residents Sentenced for Illegally Exporting Controlled Items to Libya

Two Florida residents were sentenced yesterday for conspiring to and illegally attempting to export controlled items to Libya. Peter Sotis

Attorney General Merrick B. Garland Delivers Remarks at the Civil Rights Division’s Virtual Program: Celebrating the Life and Legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Remarks as Delivered Hello, everyone. It is my pleasure to welcome you, on behalf of the Department of Justice and our Civil Rights Divisi

Associate Attorney General Vanita Gupta Delivers Remarks at the Civil Rights Division’s Virtual Program: Celebrating the Life and Legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Remarks as Delivered I am honored to join all of you for this celebration of the life and legacy of Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. To

Justice Department Resolves Housing Discrimination Lawsuit Against the City of Arlington, Texas

The Justice Department announced today that the City of Arlington, Texas, has agreed to pay $395,000 to resolve a lawsuit alleging that it