Lawyers for Blackwater security guards said today that the US government has suppressed evidence favourable to defendants who are on trial in the killings of 14 Iraqis in Nisoor Square in Baghdad. US Attorney Ronald Machen says that "a series of ... Business Standard India, 1 hour ago
Defense: Gov't suppressed evidence in Blackwater - Sify, 6 hours ago
Former Employee Sentenced to 46 Months in Prison For Embezzling More Than $5.1 Million From Non-Profit Money Stolen Over Eight-Year Period; Non-Profit Alerted Authorities Upon Discovery of the Scheme
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Friday, July 25, 2014 Former Employee Sentenced to 46 Months in Prison For Embezzling More Than $5.1 Million From Non-Profit Money Stolen Over Eight-Year Period; Non-Profit Alerted Authorities Upon ...United States Department of Justice, 2 days ago Former Social Security Administration Employee Sentenced To 18 Months in Prison for Taking Bribes In Return for Giving People Increased Benefits -Admits Accepting Total of $54,662 From 13 People- United States Department of Justice, 1 week ago
By , The Justice Department has joined a whistleblower lawsuit that alleges that Symantec, the California-based computer software giant, overcharged the federal government and some states by tens of millions of dollars. The suit claims that ...Washington Post, 5 hours ago DOJ alleges Symantec submitted false claims on software contract Fierce Government IT, 5 days ago United States Intervenes in Whistleblower Suit Against Symantec Corporation -Suit Alleges False Claims for Computer Software - United States Department of Justice, 5 days ago Feds Join Lawsuit Alleging Symantec Overcharged Agencies for Software Nextgov.com, 5 days ago
Two Men Sentenced to Decades in Prison For 2008 Slaying of Government Witness Defendants Found Guilty of Murder, Criminal Street Gang Charges
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Thursday, July 24, 2014 Two Men Sentenced to Decades in Prison For 2008 Slaying of Government Witness Defendants Found Guilty of Murder, Criminal Street Gang Charges WASHINGTON Willie Walker, Jr., ...United States Department of Justice, 2 days ago Former MPD Officer Sentenced to 18 Years in Prison For Sexually Abusing 11-Year-Old Girl -Victim Came Forward Years Later- United States Department of Justice, 2 weeks ago District Man Sentenced to 21-Year Prison Term For Series of Attacks Against Young Women Incidents Took Place Over Four-Week Period in Northeast Washington United States Department of Justice, 2 weeks ago District Man Sentenced to Eight Years in Prison For Beating and Robbing a Man in Early Evening Attack -Defendant Stole Victim's iPhone, Wallet and Keys- United States Department of Justice, 2 weeks ago
Maryland Woman Found Guilty of Voluntary Manslaughter In Fatal Crash That Took Place in 2010 Near Dupont Circle -She Left the Scene After Hitting the Victim -
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Wednesday, July 23, 2014 Maryland Woman Found Guilty of Voluntary Manslaughter In Fatal Crash That Took Place in 2010 Near Dupont Circle - She Left the Scene After Hitting the Victim - WASHINGTON - ...United States Department of Justice, 4 days ago District Man Found Guilty of First-Degree Murder While Armed In 2012 Shooting in Southeast Washington -Defendant Shot Victim After Arguing With Him Earlier on Street - United States Department of Justice, 1 week ago Man Found Guilty of Voluntary Manslaughter While Armed In May 2012 Stabbing in Northwest Washington Defendant Started Argument, Leading to Altercation United States Department of Justice, 2 months ago
WASHINGTON—Edward Dacy, 76, of West Melbourne, Fla., and A. Conrad Austin, 49, of Bowie, Md., have been indicted on conspiracy, bank fraud, and other federal charges stemming from a multi-million-dollar mortgage fraud scheme in which they are ...United States Department of Justice, 5 days ago Two Men Indicted in Multi-Million Dollar Mortgage Fraud Scheme Defendants Allegedly Part of Larger Fraud Against Banks and Lenders Using Washington, D.C. -Area Real Estate United States Department of Justice, 4 days ago
Kevin Martin, right, exults with son Kevin, left, as they exit D.C. Superior courthouse after the elder Martin was exonerated for a crime he didn't commit. (Bill OLeary/The Washington Post) Kevin Martin has been out of prison for five years now, ...Washington Post, 6 days ago He didn't do it: innocent man jailed for 26 years Sydney Morning Herald, 6 days ago DNA reveals FBI error Stuff.co.nz, 6 days ago Innocent man in jail for 26 years Canberra Times, 6 days ago
Don't try this at home or abroad: export controls and sanctions violations lead to $21 million in penalties for Dutch company Fokker Services B.V.
We frequently discuss enforcement actions in this blog, because understanding enforcement is a key aspect of trade compliance. From a fifty-thousand foot view, each enforcement case serves as a cautionary tale about the overall need for compliance.Lexology, 1 week ago
By , THE FINDINGS of the U.S. Attorney's investigation into the death of a young mother after a harrowing car chase on Capitol Hill settles the issue of whether there was criminal or civil rights culpability. Prosecutors said they found ...Washington Post, 2 weeks ago
Whether a unit of Fokker Technologies Holding B.V wins approval for its settlement with the U.S. over illegal sales to Iran now depends on a federal judge. U.S. District Judge Richard Leon has called for a hearing in Washington to review the ...Tehran Times, 2 weeks ago
on your WebpageAdd Widget >Get your members hooked!