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U.S. Justice Department Creates Professional Misconduct Review Unit

“Justice Dept. office to punish prosecutors’ misconduct,” is the USA Today report by Brad Heath and Kevin McCoy. The Justice Department created a new internal watchdog office on Tuesday to make sure federal prosecutors face swifter and more consistent punishment if investigators find that they committed misconduct. The change follows a USA TODAY investigation that […]

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The FBI Database: How the Government is Spying on You

The FBI is watching you. Well, maybe not you in particular, but there’s a new technique they’re using that may have you concerned. A brief description of the FBI The FBI (Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) is the primary investigative arm of the United States Department of Justice (DOJ).  In basic terms, they are the […]

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