Justice Department Issues Proposed Rule and Model Legislation to Reduce Gun Violence

Justice Department Issues Proposed Rule and Model Legislation to Reduce Gun Violence

Today, the Department of Justice announced two new steps to help address the continuing epidemic of gun violence affecting communities acr

Georgia Man Sentenced to 57 Months in Prison for Tax Fraud

A federal district court in Cincinnati, Ohio, sentenced an Atlanta, Georgia, man to 57 months in prison today for tax evasion. This senten

Attorney General Announces Initiatives to Combat Human Smuggling and Trafficking and to Fight Corruption in Central America

U.S. Attorney General Merrick B. Garland today announced a series of steps that the Department of Justice is taking to address the threats

Queens Acupuncture Clinic Owner Charged with Tax Crimes

A federal grand jury in Brooklyn, New York, returned an indictment on June 4, charging a New York City woman with conspiring to defraud th

DAG Monaco Delivers Remarks at Press Conference on Darkside

Remarks as prepared Thank you all for being here.  Today, the Department of Justice is announcing a significant development in the ra

Engineering Firm Pleads Guilty to Decade-Long Bid Rigging and Fraud Scheme

A North Carolina engineering firm was sentenced today after pleading guilty to long lasting conspiracies to rig bids and defraud the North

DAG Monaco Delivers Remarks at Press Conference on Darkside Attack on Colonial Pipeline

Remarks as Prepared Thank you all for being here.  Today, the Department of Justice is announcing a significant development in the ra

Court Orders Toledo Pharmacy and Two Pharmacists to Stop Dispensing Dangerous Doses and Combinations of Opioids and Other Controlled Substances

A federal court in Ohio ordered a Toledo pharmacy and two of its pharmacists to pay a $375,000 civil penalty and imposed restrictions rela

New York Plumbing Contractor Sentenced to 20 Months in Prison for Employment Tax Fraud

A New York man was sentenced today to 20 months in prison for failing to collect and pay over to the IRS $732,462 in employment taxes. Ser