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Attorney General Jeff Sessions Promises More Drug Prosecutions
Attorney General Jeff Sessions Promises More Drug Prosecutions

Last week, Attorney General Jeff Sessions released a memo directing all U.S. Attorneys to seek the most serious of charges relating to drug crimes which carry mandatory minimum sentences. This is a major set-back from the Obama administration directing all U.S. Attorneys to ...

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  • Attorney General Jeff Sessions Promises More Drug Prosecutions

    Last week, Attorney General Jeff Sessions released a memo directing all U.S. Attorneys to seek the most serious of charges relating to drug crimes which carry mandatory minimum sentences. This is a ...

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  • Congress Appropriates No Money to Justice Department to Interfere with State Medical Marijuana Laws

    Last week, when Congress revealed the new budget, it was sure to include an amendment which prohibited the justice department from interfering with state medical marijuana laws. This has appeared to ...

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  • Big Changes to the Federal Bureau of Prisons Drug Program (RDAP)

    The Residential Drug Abuse Treatment Program also known as “RDAP” is the Bureau of Prison’s most intensive and demanding treatment program offered to inmates at several federal prisons throughout the ...

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  • Secret Offshore Money Fuels Miami's Luxury Real Estate Boom

    A recent Miami Herald news article detailed the discovery of thousands of documents of off-shore companies, known as “shell companies,” that were being used to buy luxury real estate while disguising ...

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  • Luis v. United States

    On March 30, 2016, the United States Supreme Court, in Luis v. United States , decided whether a pretrial restraint of assets that are not directly related to the crime at issue and are needed to ...

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  • Former Secret Service Assigned to Silk Road Investigation Pleads Guilty

    The Government’s ongoing investigation into the defunct Silk Road website took another interesting turn with the guilty plea of one of the former Secret Service Agents who took part in the ...

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