United States Attorney General

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Synonyms for United States Attorney General

the person who holds the position of secretary of the Justice Department

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Acting United States Attorney General Peter Keisler and Acting Deputy Attorney General Craig Morford met briefly with the participants to discuss immigration and human trafficking issues as well as issues related to homeland security.
when her husband served as the Assistant United States Attorney General.
The question before us," Justice Kennedy wrote for the majority, "is whether the Controlled Substances Act allows the United States Attorney General to prohibit doctors from prescribing regulated drugs for use in physician-assisted suicide, notwithstanding a state law permitting the procedure.
5) As required by the Bank Merger Act, reports on the competitive effects of the merger were requested from the United States Attorney General and relevant banking agencies.
The case was brought by the United States attorney general, and the guilty findings by a jury were as follows: The corporation, (Center Art Gallery) guilty on 72 of 79 counts: William D.
By the summer of 1991 Governor Chiles and Dick Thornburgh, the United States attorney general, began working on a timetable to clean up the Everglades.
As United States attorney general, Dick Thornburgh played a large role in the 1990 enactment of the Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA).
Take the media's reporting about the lawsuit between the State of Oregon and United States Attorney General John Ashcroft (Oregon v.
UNITED STATES attorney general nominee John Ashcroft on his belief in a minimal government role in technology issues: "Whatever the outcome, any effort by Congress to micromanage this dynamic sector of the economy is doomed to backfire.
A prisoner who was a dual citizen of the United States and Canada who was incarcerated in a Canadian prison filed a complaint seeking an order directing the United States Attorney General to accept custody of him to allow his return to the United States.
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