The 7–2 decision saw justices nominated by Donald Trump join with the court's liberals.
Trump Wanted The Justice Department To Copy Texas's Failed Election Case But Add More Conspiracy Theories
House Democrats released documents on Tuesday about efforts by Trump and White House officials to get the Justice Department to wade into postelection fights.
Jessica and Joshua Bustle pleaded guilty to one misdemeanor with a maximum sentence of six months in jail.
New data show federal judges granted compassionate release petitions at dramatically different rates depending on their location.
Judge Zahid Quraishi will serve as a district judge in New Jersey.
A two-year legal fight over testimony from a former top Trump administration official ended with little fanfare.
Most defendants are looking at sentences that fall far below the maximums.
The Justice Department Will Keep Fighting To Defend Donald Trump In A Case Related To A Rape Allegation
Biden during the campaign had criticized DOJ’s effort to intervene in writer E. Jean Carroll’s defamation case against Trump.
The Justice Department inspector general’s office declined to identify the assistant US attorney in a report provided to BuzzFeed News, citing privacy concerns.
The US attorney’s office in Washington didn’t explain why it was dismissing the charges against Christopher Kelly of New York.
The Justice Department Under Biden Will Argue To Keep Most Of A Trump-Era Memo From The Mueller Probe Secret
A judge found that the Justice Department was “disingenuous” in arguing to keep secret a March 2019 memo related to the end of the Mueller investigation.
Alleged Capitol Rioters Are Telling Judges They Shouldn't Be Tried In DC Because Of "Cancel Culture"
Lawyers with conservative ties are leaning into politically themed defense strategies.
The Supreme Court — now with a 6–3 conservative majority — will consider Mississippi’s 15-week abortion ban during the next term.
Accepting the argument that Trump could give people permission to riot at the Capitol would “make a farce of the rule of law,” one judge wrote.
The US attorney’s office released the videos after BuzzFeed News and other media outlets petitioned a judge to make them public.
The Man Photographed With His Foot On Nancy Pelosi’s Desk During The Capitol Riots Will Be Released From Jail
Richard Barnett was ordered to remain in jail in January, but a judge ruled Tuesday that his case now was too similar to those of other defendants who were allowed to go home.
The Justice Department Will Investigate Policing Practices In Louisville After Breonna Taylor Was Killed
It’s the second investigation launched by DOJ into civil rights abuses by police in the past week.
The court’s conservative justices have signaled an interest in revisiting the scope of the Second Amendment.
The Justice Department Is Backing A Trans Woman Who Says She Was Repeatedly Raped In Men’s Prisons In Georgia
Biden has pledged to revive protections for all LGBTQ people that the Trump administration rolled back.
The announcement from Attorney General Merrick Garland came a day after a jury convicted former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin of murdering George Floyd.