Justice Department Closes Review

Justice Department Closes Review after the South Dakota Unified Judicial System Improves Access for People with…

Settlement in Race Discrimination and Retaliation

Justice Department Secures Settlement in Race Discrimination and Retaliation Suit Against SEPTA The Department of Justice…

Telehealth the Week of the 32nd Anniversary

Justice Department and HHS Issue Guidance on Nondiscrimination in Telehealth the Week of the 32nd Anniversary…

Robert Sentenced for Criminal Civil Rights Violations

Baltimore Police Detective, Robert Hankard Sentenced to Federal Prison for Criminal Civil Rights Violations and Obstruction…

Parole Officer Indicted for Civil Rights Violations

Former Kentucky Department of Corrections Probation and Parole Officer Indicted for Civil Rights Violations and Obstruction…

Investigation into Allegations of Race Discrimination

U.S. Attorney’s Office Resolves Investigation into Allegations of Race Discrimination by Hartland Community School District The…

Uber Commits to Changes, Pays Millions to Resolve

Uber Commits to Changes and Pays Millions to Resolve Justice Department Lawsuit for Overcharging People with…

Investigation of Maryland Department Of State Police

Maryland U.S. Attorney’s Office and U.S. Justice Department Launch Investigation of Maryland Department Of State Police…

Investigation of Maryland Department of State Police

Justice Department Launches Investigation of Maryland Department of State Police Under Title VII of the Civil…

Jose Guillen Charged with Federal Civil Rights Violations

Former Illinois Department of Agriculture Investigator, Jose Guillen Charged with Federal Civil Rights Violations for Allegedly Grabbing and…

Police Sergeant Sentenced to Deprive Civil Rights

Former Baltimore Police Sergeant Sentenced to Almost Two Years in Federal Prison for Conspiracy to Deprive…

Three Correctional Officers Convicted of Civil Rights Violations

Three Former Hawaii Correctional Officers Convicted of Civil Rights Violations for Assaulting an Inmate and Attempting…