from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- abbr. Department of Justice
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- US Department of Justice
- Date of Judgment
- double open jaw
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the United States federal department responsible for enforcing federal laws (including the enforcement of all civil rights legislation); created in 1870
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DoJ Threatens to Take Over NY Elections! on 11/7 "Voice of the Voters" yahooBuzzArticleHeadline = 'DoJ Threatens to Take Over NY Elections! on 11/7 "Voice of the Voters"'; yahooBuzzArticleSummary = 'Article: The DOJ is arguing that not only must NY replace all lever machines by September 2008, but Federal law is the controlling law, and the state has no right to impose higher standards than called for at the federal level.
DoJ hires bloggers as propagandists and sock puppets of the NRO asks about the Department of Justice's propaganda machine Those of you wondering how DOJ uses your tax dollars to enforce our nation's laws might be interested to learn that Eric Holder has apparently hired former Democratic campaign bloggers to work at the department in what appears to be a secret propaganda unit.
Admittedly, the DOJ is a bunch of lawyers and their job is to defend (that is, argue against any lawsuit directed at the govt).
To even question the purity of spirit of the DOJ is an outrage and must be suppressed.
Having terrorist lawyers running the DOJ is a bad idea.
The USDOJ OIP bureaucrats now cite Holder's memo with pride, and release documents quickly and at no cost - including documents that the Oregon DOJ is still claiming are privileged and can never be released.
Now Google comes out with Chrome and you know the DOJ is sniffing around looking for anti-trust stuff.
ELEVELD: Is the President at all concerned that DOJ is a little insular or tone deaf on issues that are sort of politically sticky, especially those of interest to the LGBT community?
Acting Deputy Attorney General Gary G. Grindler said the DOJ is in the process of trying to establish the facts for why the emails disappeared.
The DOJ is already signaling its willingness to defend HCR law that has been challenged as unconstitutional by AGs in 13 states.
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