June 2007
United States Government Manual;2007/2008, p259
The article provides information on the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ). It is responsible in protecting U.S. citizens against criminals and subversion, ensuring business competition, protecting the consumer and enforcing drug, immigration and naturalization laws. The function of the Office of the Pardon Attorney is described. An overview of the Civil Rights Division within the DOJ is presented.


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