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“The American people and the leaders they freely elect deserve nothing less.”. Press Release. Barr on Monday authorized prosecutors to "pursue substantial allegations... WASHINGTON (ABC7) — Three Virginia men, identified as MS-13 gang members, face federal charges after playing part in a 2017 killing and two attempted murders last year, according to the Department of Justice. The Justice Department announced today that it signed a settlement agreement with Fleetlogix Inc. (Fleetlogix) resolving claims that the company discriminated against work-authorized non-U.S. citizens by requiring them to provide specific and unnecessary work authorization documentation because of their citizenship or immigration status.
He stressed that DOJ personnel must be cautious and “maintain the Department’s absolute commitment to fairness, neutrality and non-partisanship.” Barr also said that nothing in the memo “should be taken as any indication” that the DOJ already believes voter fraud has swayed the results of the elections in any state. between commenters. This week's highlights from Law.com Radar include the U.S. Department of Justice suing Visa over its proposed acquisition of financial technology company Plaid and Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher removing an Amazon worker misclassification case to the Northern District of California. “I authorize you to pursue substantial allegations of voting and vote tabulation irregularities prior to the certification of elections in your jurisdictions in certain cases, as I have already done in specific instances,” wrote Barr. “While most allegations of purported election misconduct are of such a scale that they would not impact the outcome of an election and, thus, investigation can appropriately be deferred, that is not always the case,” he wrote.