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Seeing Justice Done: The Impact of the Judge on Sentencing
(21 Mar 2019)
The recent sentencing of Paul Manafort by federal judges in two different district courts has renewed interest in the sentencing practices of individual judges.
Newly Arriving Families Not Main Source for Immigration Court's Growing Backlog
(19 Mar 2019)
The Immigration Court backlog continues to rise. As of February 28, 2019, the number of pending cases on the court's active docket
White Collar Prosecutions Hit All-Time Low in January 2019
(13 Mar 2019)
The latest available data from the Justice Department show that during January 2019 the government reported 337 new white collar crime prosecutions - an historic low.
Millionaires and Corporate Giants Escaped IRS Audits in FY 2018
(07 Mar 2019)
The latest data from the IRS show an alarming and continued downward spiral in government audits of the wealthiest taxpayers and America's corporate giants.
Which District Court Judges Now Have the Largest Civil Caseloads?
(28 Feb 2019)
Nationally, there were 315,523 civil cases awaiting resolution before U.S. district court judges at the end of calendar year 2018.
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