Tag Archives: Department of Justice

Department of Justice Acts to Stop ‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell’ Injunction

The Department of Justice has filed legal briefs in an attempt to stop a federal judge from issuing an injunction that would immediately halt the military from using the "don’t ask, don’t tell" policy. Earlier this month, the judge had…

Clinton Says Department of Justice Will Sue Over Immigration Law

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton told a foreign journalist that the Department of Justice will be suing Arizona over the new immigration law. Clinton was in Ecuador when she made the acknowledgement. Asked to confirm or deny the statement, the…

Off the hook? Former Department of Justice lawyers evade ethics review.

Two former department of justice lawyers should escape review from state bar ethics committees based on the finding of the new report that classified their actions as "poor judgment," rather than ethical misconduct. The two attorneys, Jay Bybee and John…

Government Trying to Decrease Crime on Indian Reservations

The Department of Justice (DOJ) is actively trying to cut down on violent crime on Indian reservations and tribal land by demanding federal prosecutors focus on violent crimes. The Bureau of Indian Affairs polices tribal lands, but federal prosecutors are…

Marketing Tactics Put Johnson & Johnson Under DOJ Microscope

Dan Levine The Recorder Four years after the first subpoena, the government’s investigation of health care fraud at Johnson & Johnson has reached zero hour. Lawyers from Quinn Emanuel Urquhart Oliver & Hedges who represent the company are scheduled to meet with…