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Hearst had spent more than $60,000 of his own money in the probe, but still Attorney General Knox was quiescent.
The sheriff and District Attorney Mills hastily swore out a number of warrants against men who had been riding about armed, according to signed statements by Chavez and Dr. I. P. George, and ordered Deputy Barney Clark of Raton to rescue the posseman.
The D. C. Attorney General had outside counsel investigate apparent destruction of evidence, and forensic investigations continue, and the testimony of the Chief of Police.
Attorney General Qoriniasi Bale told the Lau Provincial Council that the government had a team of experts preparing a case to be taken to the United Nations International Seabed Authority, which is based in Jamaica.
The then Attorney General for England and Wales ( Sir Thomas Inskip ) is reported to have warned the then Attorney-General of the Irish Free State ( Conor Maguire ) that Ireland had no right to abolish appeals to the Privy Council.
According to Laurence Silberman, appointed Deputy Attorney General in early 1974, FBI Director Clarence M. Kelley thought such files either did not exist or had been destroyed.
In 1993, Reno was nominated and confirmed as the first female Attorney General under Bill Clinton, after both of his previous choices, Zoe Baird and Kimba Wood, had problems when it was revealed both had previously employed illegal immigrants as nannies.
While Attorney General, Ashcroft consistently denied that the FBI or any other law enforcement agency had used the Patriot Act to obtain library circulation records or those of retail sales.
The couple had five sons and one daughter: Abraham ( 1807 – 1873 ) a graduate of West Point and career military officer ; John ( 1810 – 1866 ), graduate of Yale and Attorney General of New York ; Martin, Jr. ( 1812 – 1855 ), secretary to his father and editor of his father's papers until a premature death from tuberculosis ; Winfield Scott ( born and died in 1814 ); and Smith Thompson ( 1817 – 1876 ), an editor and special assistant to his father while president.
McVeigh had indeed contemplated the assassinations of Attorney General Janet Reno, Lon Horiuchi, and others in preference to attacking a building, and after the bombing he said that he sometimes wished he had carried out a series of assassinations instead.
Nine years later, in 2005, the Illinois Attorney General filed a second petition with the FDA again seeking black box warnings and " Dear Doctor " letters emphasizing the risk of tendon rupture ; the FDA responded it had not yet been able to reach a decision on the matter.
A subsequent investigation led by the District Attorney of New York resulted in the arrests of Patrick and of Rice's butler and valet Charles F. Jones, who had been persuaded to administer chloroform to Rice while he slept.
Following a vote of want of confidence in the preceding Council, James Boyle Uniacke, who had moved the resolution, became Attorney General and leader of the Government.
In Dennis v. United States, the Court upheld the law 6-2 ( Justice Tom C. Clark did not participate because he had ordered the prosecutions when he was Attorney General ).
" Some of this alcohol had been directly confiscated from the Prohibition department by Jess Smith, assistant to U. S. Attorney General Harry Daugherty.
Although Harding desired to run for a second term in office, he may have been aware of his own health decline ; he gave up drinking, sold his " life-work ", the Marion Star, in part to regain $ 170, 000 previous investment losses, and had the U. S. Attorney General Harry Daugherty make a new will.
A subsequent investigation led by the District Attorney of New York resulted in the arrests of Patrick and of Rice's butler and valet Charles F. Jones, who had been persuaded to administer chloroform to Rice while he slept.
" Secretary of the Navy Josephus Daniels, who made notes of the conversation, thought the Attorney General had merited the President's " admonition ," because Palmer " was seeing red behind every bush and every demand for an increase in wages.
Dewey, the District Attorney for Manhattan, had risen to national fame as the " Gangbuster " prosecutor who had sent numerous infamous Mafia figures to prison, most notably Lucky Luciano, the organized-crime boss of New York City.

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In the early 1990s, she worked as an associate at the Washington, D. C .- based law firm of Wilmer Cutler & Pickering where she did civil litigation for several years before becoming an Assistant U. S. Attorney.
Lynch has worked with the state Attorney General, police chiefs, and lawmakers to pass sex offender laws ; increase the state police force ; and increase the number of state prosecutors.
The name is derived from Thomas Hare, who initially developed the system and the Tasmanian Attorney General, Andrew Inglis Clark, who worked to have a modified version introduced.
He worked with Congress to create the Department of Justice and Office of Solicitor General, led by Attorney General Amos Akerman and the first Solicitor General Benjamin Bristow, who both prosecuted thousands of Klansmen under the Force Acts.
While there, he worked under District Attorney J. Frank Coakley.
He also worked with future District Attorney D. Lowell Jensen.
De Valera served as his own External Affairs Minister, hence the use of the Department's Legal Advisor, with whom he had previously worked closely, as opposed to the Attorney General or someone from the Department of the President of the Executive Council.
An Assistant United States Attorney, she worked primarily in the civil and appellate law areas.
He worked for the U. S. Department of Justice, which included service as United States Attorney General from 1967 to 1969, under President Lyndon B. Johnson.
He also worked with Manhattan District Attorney Frank Hogan in targeting comedian Lenny Bruce, who often satirized Spellman and was convicted of obscenity after a widely-publicized six-month trial in 1964.
Reilly worked for two years as a prosecutor in the state Attorney General's civil rights division.
As Deputy Attorney General in 1768 Hooper worked with Colonial Governor William Tryon to suppress a rebellious group known as the Regulators who participated in the War of the Regulation.
She also worked as Assistant to the Deputy Secretary of Agriculture and, from 1979 to 1983, as a Senior Attorney for the Mountain States Legal Foundation.
He also worked with Eric Holder, who was then Deputy Attorney General, and Louis Freeh, then Director of the FBI on issues related to international drug trafficking and interdiction.
He worked as Deputy Attorney General for the territory of American Samoa between 1981 and 1984.
After college, Rockefeller worked for the Peace Corps in Washington, D. C., under President John F. Kennedy, where he developed a friendship with Attorney General Robert Kennedy and worked as an assistant to Peace Corps Director Sargent Shriver.
Upon graduation in 1975 until 1979, Hahn worked as a prosecutor and deputy city attorney in the office of the City Attorney.
As City Attorney, Hahn worked to rid LA's neighborhoods of gang activity through the use of gang injunctions.
During this period he worked as a U. S. Magistrate for the Northern District of Alabama ( 1966 – 1970 ) and Special Assistant Attorney General of Alabama ( 1969 – 1971 ).
In that capacity, he worked with Osro Cobb, the United States Attorney for the Eastern District of Arkansas, to implement federal orders and to maintain peace in the capital city.
Brown had worked to secure his release, pressuring U. S. Attorney General Janet Reno to deport Sissoko back to his homeland as an alternative to continued incarceration.
He returned to Honolulu and worked in the Office of the Prosecuting Attorney of Honolulu.

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