Department of Justice Releases Annual Report to Congress on Indian Country Investigations and Prosecutions

Washington, DC - The Department of Justice yesterday released its annual report to Congress, Indian Country Investigations and Prosecutions, which provides a range of enforcement statistics required under the Tribal Law and Order Act, as well as information about the progress of the Department’s initiatives to reduce violent crime and strengthen tribal justice systems.

Aryan Circle Gang Leader and Gang Member Sentenced to Prison

New Orleans, Louisiana - A senior leader of the Aryan Circle (AC) and a gang member were sentenced Tuesday for being accessories-after-the-fact to racketeering murder, announced Assistant Attorney General Bryan A. Benczkowski of the Justice Department’s Criminal Division and U.S. Attorney David C. Joseph of the Western District of Louisiana.

Attorney General Mark Brnovich Sharing Holiday Shopping Safety Tips

Phoenix, Arizona - The holidays are just around the corner and consumers are looking for deals in stores and online. To ensure safe shopping, Attorney General Mark Brnovich is offering the following tips for consumers to consider this season.

District Court Enters Temporary Restraining Order Blocking Three Elder Fraud Schemes From Sending Fraudulent Letters

New York - A federal court in Central Islip, New York entered a temporary injunction Tuesday against individuals and corporations allegedly responsible for operating three international mail fraud schemes, the Department of Justice announced. These cases are part of the Department of Justice’s Elder Justice Initiative.

A Time For Giving Back

Phoenix, Arizona - Thanksgiving is a time of celebration for families across the country. Thanksgiving also marks a time of year when charitable organizations experience greater need.