Orjuela pleaded guilty on Oct. 3, 2013, before U.S. District Court Judge Ellen Segal Huvelle in the District of Columbia, to two counts of engaging in and attempting to engage in illicit sexual conduct in a foreign place and one count of producing ... Web Newswire, 1 day ago
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Released Documents Today, the Center for Effective Government is releasing the Presidential Policy Directive on Global Development, which it obtained through a path-setting Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit. President Obama originally ...OMB Watch, 5 days ago White House Releases a Presidential Policy Directive FBIS, 1 month ago
anchor Furnace Creek - Entrance Façade after rehabilitation. Walls were cleaned and repaired and the deteriorated site paving was replaced with improvements for passenger loading and ...Archinect, 1 week ago
The White House has given up its legal fight to keep secret an unclassified directive President Barack Obama signed in 2010 setting foreign aid policy across the U.S. Government. In a sharply-worded opinion issued in December , U.S. District ...Politico, 2 weeks ago
A Chinatown businessman accused of bribing District officials in an alleged taxicab licensing scheme has rejected a plea offer from federal prosecutors, and his case appears headed to trial this spring. Anthony C.Y. Cheng Sr. and his son, Anthony ...Washington Post, 2 weeks ago Local Digest: District businessman rejects plea offer in alleged taxi licensing scheme Washington Post, 2 weeks ago
Apparently we just don't have enough Somali pirates in Maine and Minnesota already. Prosecuted lured Ali Mohammed Ali to the United States for prosecution and then they ran into a Clinton judge. Judge Ellen Segal Huvelle predictably took the side ...AllAfrica.com, 2 weeks ago
Pruitt WASHINGTON The 11 state attorneys general who are challenging 2010's Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act filed their appellate brief Tuesday, as did three private organizations doing the same. The states are ...LegalNewsLine.com, 3 weeks ago
Kevin Ring, the newly imprisoned former associate of ex-lobbyistJack Abramoff, is fighting for the public release of a presentation by federal prosecutors said to emphasize the steep penalties he was threatened with if he chose to go to trial rather ...Main Justice, 3 weeks ago
The Environmental Protection Agency is out to change the very foundations of capitalism, according to sworn testimony from a former agency official. The EPA had been working on a project to make capitalism more conducive to environmentalism. ...Daily Caller, 1 month ago
Courts have shown to be skeptical to punish or remove court-appointed monitors Apple garnered headlines for its push to remove compliance monitor Michael Bromwich from his post — an attempt that U.S. District Judge Denise Cote rejected on Jan.Inside Counsel, 1 month ago
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