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William Sadleir, Chairman, Aviron Capital attends the premiere of Aviron Pictures' "Kidnap" at ArcLight Hollywood on July 31, 2017 in Hollywood, California.

A Hollywood producer was arrested on federal charges that he defrauded a coronavirus relief program out of millions

William Sadleir is accused of using $1.7 million in Paycheck Protection Program loans for his own expenses, and of defrauding investors out millions.
Ahmaud Arbery’s mother, Wanda Cooper-Jones (L) and sister, Jasmine Arbery, comfort one another at Sidney Lanier Park on May 9, 2020 in Brunswick, Georgia.

The shooting death of Ahmaud Arbery: A timeline of a case that’s gripping the nation

Travis and Gregory McMichael were arrested more than two months after shooting and killing Ahmaud Arbery.

GOP Sen. Kelly Loeffler just handed over documents to federal authorities investigating alleged insider trading

A spokesperson said the senator had forwarded "documents and information" to federal authorities investigating allegations of insider trading.
People return to their vehicles after gathering to honor the life of Ahmaud Arbery at Sidney Lanier Park on May 9, 2020 in Brunswick, Georgia.

Georgia’s attorney general has requested a formal DOJ investigation into the handling of Ahmaud Arbery’s killing

It took over two months for Ahmaud Arbery's alleged attackers to be charged. One of them worked for decades in the county district attorney's office.
The packaging from a disposable oropharygeal swab sampler and the instructions from a COVID-19 self-administered test kit provided by the Department of Health and Social Care are seen on May 08, 2020 in London, England.

A New York man is facing fraud charges after selling people stolen coronavirus test kits for $200 and never giving them results

Prosecutors said the man sold stolen coronavirus test kits to people who thought he worked at a certified lab, then never sent them any results.

‘HOLY S—!!!!!!!!!’: Trumpworld rejoices after the Justice Department moves to drop its case against Michael Flynn

"I honestly didn't think that it would be the Justice Department, in essence, revealing that they did something wrong,"‬ Flynn's former deputy said.

The US Department of Justice sided with a Virginia church in a legal dispute over whether stay-at-home orders unfairly discriminated against the churc...

The DOJ wrote in a statement of interest that Virginia's stay-at-home orders had "impermissibly interfered with the church's free exercise of religion."
A protestor holding a sign reading ''ICE Detention = COVID19 Death Sentence'' is driven past the Otay Mesa Detention Center, a ICE federal detention center privately owned and operated by prison contractor CoreCivic, amid COVID-19 outbreak in San Diego, California.

The Trump administration is violating immigrants’ right to due process and exposing them to COVID-19, lawsuit alleges

There are 552 confirmed cases of detained immigrants with COVID-19, as of May 1, out of 1,073 who have been tested.
US President Donald Trump listens with Vice President Mike Pence as U.S. Attorney General William Barr addresses coronavirus task force daily briefing at the White House in Washington, U.S., March 23, 2020

Attorney General Bill Barr threatens that the Department of Justice could sue states over prolonged social distancing

While conceding that shelter-in-place orders have done good, the attorney general suggested he might sue states that keep such orders in place.
A judge's gavel rests on top of a desk in a courtroom.

Top Democrat joins immigration judges in calling for courtrooms to be closed during the COVID-19 pandemic

Senator Dianne Feinstein is asking the Department of Justice to close immigration courts until health and safety can be assured.