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Continued Decline in Secret Service Prosecutions
(22 Jan 2015) The latest available data from the Justice Department show that during FY 2014, the government reported 2,158 new prosecutions referred by the Secret Service in the Department of Homeland Security. See more...
MDLs in West Virginia South Push Civil Filings Higher
(21 Jan 2015) There were 23,356 new civil court suits filed in federal district courts during the month of December 2014, up 17.4 percent from November. See more...
Immigration Court Processing Times Fall for Honduras, Guatemala and El Salvador
(20 Jan 2015) During the first quarter of FY 2015 (October - December), there has been a drop in the disposition times of cases in the U.S. Immigration Court from some key Central American countries. See more...
Mother Nature Swells Louisiana East's Contract Cases
(16 Jan 2015) The eight federal judges who closed the most contract cases in the one-year period ending September 30, 2014 all sit in the Eastern District of Louisiana, according to a new analysis of federal court records by the Transactional Records Access Clearinghouse (TRAC). See more...
TRAC Co-Founder's Groundbreaking Investigative Books Now Available as Digital Editions
(14 Jan 2015) More than three decades ago, Random House published "The Rise of the Computer State," David Burnham's prescient book that predicted how computers would soon dominate politics, economics, law enforcement and the basic thinking of the American people. See more...
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