Jeff Sessions is proud of the work he's doing at the Justice Department and isn't going anywhere "as long as it's appropriate."
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- Jeff Sessions Says He’ll Stay On As Attorney General Despite Trump Trashing Him To The ‘NY Times’
By emmieodea - Thursday Jul 20, 2017
- President’s Attorney Defends Trump Jr: ‘These Kind of Meetings Take Place’ (Video)
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- Wednesday Jul 12, 2017
President’s Attorney Defends Trump Jr: ‘These Kind of Meetings Take Place’ (Video)President Trump attorney Jay Sekulow said the meeting between Donald Trump Jr. and a Russian lawyer was “not illegal” and insisted the president wasn’t aware of the meeting.On Tuesday, the president’s eldest son tweeted an email exchange with publicist Rob Goldstone from June 2016, who said a Russian attorney wanted to offer damaging information regarding Hillary Clinton in an attempt to help the Trump campaign.The meeting that took place is not illegal; these kind of meetings take place, Sekulow said.
- The Secret Service Refutes A Trump Attorney’s Suggestion That It Green-Lit The Now-Infamous Meeting With Russians In Don Jr.’s Office
By Kimberly Ricci - Sunday Jul 16, 2017
Never accuse the Secret Service of doing something that it didn't do because it *will* provide a correction.
- In Milwaukee, prosecutors hit neighborhoods, not just court
By IVAN MORENO, Associated Press - Sunday Jul 2, 2017
The transformation of the prosecutor's traditional role and the collaboration with police has special significance in Milwaukee, where the incarceration rate for African-Americans in some neighborhoods is the highest in the U.S. and law enforcement is hoping to rebuild a strained relationship after two nights of riots last summer when a black officer fatally shot a black man during a traffic stop."The ground has shifted, and people are now conscious and aware of the systemic issues to a degree that they are actually demanding that we solve problems and not simply take the politically convenient route of the tough-on-crime rhetoric," said Milwaukee County District Attorney John Chisholm, whose office is relying on federal grant money to put a prosecutor in each police district in Milwaukee.If funding is not renewed by the U.S. Justice Department by July 22, the district attorney's office will pull prosecutors from three of the city's seven police districts, including the one where riots erupted last year."If you keep intervening through arrest and formal prosecution, you're just going to continue to disenfranchise that same pocket of neighborhoods and of people," said Jeffrey Altenburg, a deputy district attorney who helped launch the initiative in Milwaukee about a decade ago.About 70 percent of the nearly 900 people who took part in deferred prosecution agreements in the last two years have fulfilled conditions that can include completing drug treatment, staying out of legal trouble, or taking job training classes.A key aspect of the initiative is to focus on people and places that have a disproportionate impact on an area, whether it's habitual offenders or businesses and vacant homes that become a magnet for criminal activity.
- Railroad to pay $3.9M for train death of film worker
By RUSS BYNUM, Associated Press - Tuesday Jul 18, 2017
(AP) — A railroad owner must pay $3.9 million to the family of a movie worker killed on a Georgia railroad trestle in 2014, a jury decided Monday in civil verdict that found the company shared in the blame for the deadly freight train collision even though the film crew was trespassing.The 27-year-old camera assistant died in the crash Feb. 20, 2014, during the first day of shooting "Midnight Rider," an ill-fated movie about Gregg Allman of the Allman Brothers Band.The film's director, Randall Miller, served a year in jail after pleading guilty to involuntary manslaughter and criminal trespassing charges.The jury in Savannah heard testimony during the civil trial that two CSX trains rolled through while the movie crew stood on both sides of the tracks within an hour before the crash, but the operators of those trains never called dispatchers to alert them.Jeffrey Harris, the Jones family's attorney, also noted that the train's brakes weren't applied until after the locomotive struck a hospital bed the filmmakers had placed across the tracks.
- Man pleads guilty to killing wife by setting her on fire
By Associated Press - Thursday Jul 20, 2017
SCHENECTADY, N.Y. — A man who killed his wife by dousing her with gasoline and setting her on fire during an argument has pleaded guilty to murder. The Schenectady County District Attorney’s office says 69-year-old Antonio Bargallo entered the plea Wednesday as part of a deal that will sentence him to 21 years to life...