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CABINET MEMBERS
1-2.101 Office of the Attorney General
1-2.108 Office of Legal Counsel
3-15.190 Emergency Planning
4-1.213 Federal Programs Branch
4-6.010 Federal Programs Branch—Subject Matter Areas
9-65.700 Congressional, Cabinet, and Supreme Court Assassination, Kidnapping, and Assault (18 U.S.C. § 351)

CAMPAIGN AND POLITICAL CONTRIBUTIONS
1-4.410 Restrictions on all Employees
9-2.420 Prior Approvals Chart
9-85.210 Violations of Campaign Financing Laws, Federal Patronage Laws, and Corruption of the Electional Process—Consultation Requirement
9-90.020 National Security Matters—Prior Approval, Consultation, and Notification Requirements
9-90.700 Registration and Lobbying Provisions

CAPITAL CRIMES
see DEATH PENALTY

CAR RENTALS
3-8.700 Travel Authority

CARBON TETRACHLORIDE
4-5.510 Environmental Torts (Formerly Environmental and Occupational Disease Litigation (EODL))—Introduction
4-5.520 Conduct of Toxic Tort and Asbestos Litigation

CAREER AND EDUCATIONAL COUNSELING
3-4.720 Affirmative Employment Programs—Upward Mobility Program

CAREER TRANSITION ASSISTANCE PLAN
3-4.335 Promotion and Internal Placement

CARGO
4-5.110 Torts Branch Components—Aviation and Admiralty
9-2.112 Statutory Limitations—Prosecutions
9-61.300 Theft From Interstate Shipment—18 U.S.C. § 659
9-63.241 Prosecutive Policy for Destruction of Motor Vehicles—18 U.S.C. § 33

CARJACKING
9-60.010 Introduction
9-60.1000 Carjacking—18 U.S.C. § 2119
9-60.1010 Prosecution Policy—Carjacking Cases
9-60.1015 Department Approval When Death Penalty is Applicable
9-61.100 Motor Vehicle and Aircraft Theft—18 U.S.C. §§ 2311-2313

CARRYING A WEAPON
9-63.100 Aircraft Piracy and Related Offenses
9-63.161 Prosecution Policy for Carrying Weapons or Explosives Aboard Aircraft (49 U.S.C. § 46505)

CASE INITIATION REPORTS
5-11.103 Notice of Case Initiation
9-2.181 Organized Crime Strike Force Unit Duties

CASE MANAGEMENT SPECIALISTS
5-6.200 Organization in General

CASE RELATED EXPENSES
9-116.540 Asset Seizure, Management and Case-Related Expenses
9-117.200 Payment of Costs and Attorneys' Fees From the Assets Forfeiture Fund—Limited Authority
9-118.200 II. Definitions
9-118.722 VII.B.2. Case Related Expenses

CASE TRACKING SYSTEM
1-2.121 International Criminal Police Organization-United States National Central Bureau (INTERPOL-USNCB)
3-9.220 Case Tracking System
3-12.220 Asset Forfeiture Judgments
3-12.400 Suspense of Criminal Collection Activity
5-11.103 Notice of Case Initiation

CASES OF NATIONAL INTEREST
3-2.171 Procedures in Implementing Recusals
5-11.104 Responsibility for Case Development and Prosecution
5-11.105 Cases of National Interest
see also PUBLIC FIGURES

CASH COLLATERAL HEARING
6-5.522 Directly Referred Cases

CASH MANAGEMENT
9-119.108 Exceptions to Cash Management Policy— Approval/Consultation Procedure

CASH RECOVERIES
3-9.211 Reporting and Management—Establishing Quantitative Goals

CASHIER'S CHECKS
3-11.141 Electronic Funds Transfer
6-6.421 Payment of Amount Offered
6-6.620 Compromises of Government Claims

CENSUS
4-6.380 Area 8—Foreign and Domestic Commerce
9-4.124 13 U.S.C.: Census

CENTRAL INTAKE FACILITY
3-10.120 Nationwide Central Intake Facility
3-10.142 Acknowledgment of Referral
3-11.144 Private Counsel Program
4-1.450 Responsibilities of Client Agencies—Referrals
4-4.430 Collections

CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE AGENCY
4-6.360 Area 6—National Security, Military and Foreign Relations
9-90.210 Contacts with the Intelligence Community Regarding Criminal Investigations or Prosecutions

CERCLA
5-11.101 Statutes Administered
5-12.100 Area of Responsibility—Statutes Administered
5-12.320 Direct Referral Civil Cases Not Requiring Prior Approval by the Assistant Attorney General

CERTIFICATE OF APPEALABILITY
9-37.002 Policy
9-37.100 Memorandum—Retroactivity of Title I of the Antiterrorism and Effective Death Penalty Act of 1996—Introduction and Summary
9-37.130 Memorandum, cont'd—Application of Retroactivity Principles to Title I

CERTIFICATE OF ATTENDANCE AND PAYMENT
3-19.130 Certificate of Attendance and Payment

CERTIFICATE OF EXTRADITABILTY
see EXTRADITABILTY

CERTIFICATE OF INSPECTION AND POSSESSION
5-15.533 Continuation of Title Evidence

CERTIFICATE OF NATURALIZATION
see NATURALIZATION
4-7.200 Revocation of Naturalization

CERTIFICATE OF PARTIES IN POSSESSION
5-15.536 Certificates as to Parties in Possession and Mechanics' Liens

CERTIFICATES OF DISCHARGE
3-9.230 Financial Litigation Records

CERTIFICATES OF INDEBTEDNESS
3-9.230 Financial Litigation Records

CERTIFICATION OF CONSTITUTIONALITY
4-1.324 United States Attorney Responsibilities—Constitutional Questions—Certification to the Attorney General

CERTIFIED CHECKS
5-9.620 Transmittal of Compromise Offer to Policy Legislation, and Special Litigation Section; Recommendations With Respect to
6-6.421 Payment of Amount Offered
6-6.620 Compromises of Government Claims

CERTIFIED MAIL
4-2.300 Service of Process
6-4.249 Return of Reports and Exhibits

CERTIFYING OFFICERS
3-8.630 Certifying Officers

CHAIN OF CUSTODY
3-13.250 Evidence
3-15.120 Information Security
4-8.240 Motions Commonly Filed

CHANGE OF VENUE
4-2.200 Venue

CHARGING
4-4.330 Suits Involving Trademarks, Trade Secrets, or Technical Data
4-8.230 The Prescription Drug Marketing Act ("PDMA")
4-8.240 Motions Commonly Filed
4-8.255 Indictments and Informations
4-8.305 Recodification of the Odometer Fraud Statutes
6-4.210 Filing False Tax Returns—Mail Fraud Charges or Mail Fraud Predicates for RICO
6-4.310 Major Count Policy/Plea Agreements
7-5.310 Requesting a Grand Jury Investigation
9-2.031 Dual and Successive Prosecution Policy ("Petite Policy")
9-10.030 Notice of Intention to Seek the Death Penalty
9-11.130 Limitation on Naming Persons as Unindicted Co-Conspirators
9-12.000 Indictment and Informations
9-27.300 Selecting Charges—Charging Most Serious Offenses
9-27.320 Additional Charges
9-61.670 Bank Extortion—Charging Policy
9-63.514 Prosecutions Under 18 U.S.C. § 922(g)
9-63.1200 Gangs and Gang-Related Youth Violence—Approval/Consultation Requirements
9-64.133 Prosecution Policy—18 U.S.C. § 495 or § 510
9-68.100 Introduction
9-69.200 Perjury and False Declarations Before Grand Jury or Court—Prosecution Policy
9-71.010 Prosecution Policy
9-74.105 Child Support—Notice to Target and Charging Considerations
9-75.310 Multiple Prosecutions of Obscenity Offenses
9-85.101 Bribery of Public Officials
9-90.630 Trading With the Enemy Act—50 U.S.C.App. § 5(b)/Foreign Assets Control
9-110.330 Charging RICO Counts

CHECK FORGERY RINGS
9-64.133 Prosecution Policy—18 U.S.C. § 495 or § 510

CHECK LOGS
3-11.120 Standards For Internal Financial Control-Employee Responsibilities
3-11.121 Independent Verification
3-11.131 Logging Checks
3-11.132 Exception Register
3-11.133 Receipt of Cash or Currency
3-11.140 Posting and Deposit of Payments
3-11.144 Private Counsel Program
3-11.147 Reconciliation of Bank Statements

CHECKPOINTS
9-73.200 Immigration Violations—8 U.S.C. § 1325-28, 8 U.S.C. § 1253, and 18 U.S.C. § 758

CHIEF OF ENGINEERS
5-6.111 Responsibility—Defense of Actions Directed Against the United States, Its Agencies, and Officials
5-6.112 Responsibility—Cases Brought on Behalf of the United States
5-12.111 Cases Brought on Behalf of the United States
5-15.632 Authority of Agency Representatives to Recommend Acceptance or Rejection of Settlement Offers

CHILD ABUSE
3-7.300 Guidelines on Victim and Witness Assistance—Introduction
9-20.230 Supervising Section—Indian Country Offenses
9-75.020 Obscenity, etc.—Authorization and General Prosecution Policies—Department Priorities
9-75.520 Child Victims' and Child Witnesses' Rights

CHILD CUSTODY
9-21.100 Eligibility For the Witness Security Program
9-21.400 Procedures for Securing Protection
9-21.940 Special Handling
9-69.421 Parental Kidnapping

CHILD EXPLOITATION AND OBSCENITY SECTION (CEOS)
9-4.010 Introduction
9-20.230 Supervising Section—Indian Country Offenses
9-74.010 Supervisory Authority
9-74.200 International Parental Kidnapping
9-75.010 Introduction
9-75.020 Obscenity, etc.—Authorization and General Prosecution Policies—Department Priorities
9-75.084 Child Pornography—Prosecution Policy—Prospective Policy Generally and in Multi-District Investigations
9-75.300 Obscenity/Sexual Exploitation—Venue
9-75.310 Multiple Prosecutions of Obscenity Offenses
9-75.410 Obscenity/Sexual Exploitation—Request to Re-export
9-79.100 Mann Act

CHILD LABOR
9-139.020 Investigatory and Supervisory Jurisdiction for Miscellaneous Labor Statutes

CHILD PORNOGRAPHY
see PORNOGRAPHY

CHILD PROTECTION RESTORATION AND PENALTIES ENHANCEMENT ACT OF 1990
4-6.360 Area 6—National Security, Military and Foreign Relations

CHILD SUPPORT
4-1.310 Direct Referral Cases
9-74.010 Supervisory Authority
9-74.100 Federal Enforcement of Child Support
9-74.105 Child Support—Notice to Target and Charging Considerations

CHILD WITNESSES
9-75.520 Child Victims' and Child Witnesses' Rights

CHLORDANE
4-5.510 Environmental Torts (Formerly Environmental and Occupational Disease Litigation (EODL))—Introduction
4-5.520 Conduct of Toxic Tort and Asbestos Litigation

CHLOROFORM
4-5.510 Environmental Torts (Formerly Environmental and Occupational Disease Litigation (EODL))—Introduction
4-5.520 Conduct of Toxic Tort and Asbestos Litigation

CHOICE OF LAW
4-9.000 Common Litigation Issues

CITIZENS SUITS
5-6.533 Citizens' Suits
5-9.100 Area of Responsibility

CIVIC ORGANIZATIONS
1-4.340 Civic Organizations, Professional Boards and Committees, and State Grievance Committees
3-4.734 Financial Disclosure Requirements

CIVIL AIR PATROL
9-66.200 Protection of Government Property—Personalty

CIVIL APPEALS
2-2.110 Decision Against the Government—Immediate Report of Adverse Decision
2-2.140 Rehearing En Banc
2-4.211 Civil Cases—Supreme Court Petitions for Certiorari
2-4.212 Civil Cases—Direct Appeals to the Supreme Court
2-4.220 Civil Cases—Appeals to Court of Appeals
2-4.222 Civil Cases—Cross-Appeals

CIVIL COMMITMENT
9-9.000 Mental Competency of an Accused (18 U.S.C. §§ 4241 et seq.)
9-69.600 Escape from Custody Resulting from Civil Commitment (28 U.S.C. § 1826(c))
9-100.500 Narcotic Addict Rehabilitation Act of 1966

CIVIL COMPROMISES
3-10.180 Civil Compromise Policy

CIVIL CONDEMNATION PROCEEDINGS
3-8.280 Payment of Expert Witnesses Appointed by the Court Under Federal Rules of Evidence
3-19.714 Payment of Expert Witnesses Appointed by the Court Under Federal Rules of Evidence

CIVIL DIVISION REPRESENTATION COMMITTEE
4-5.412 Constitutional Torts—Representation Process
see also REPRESENTATION

CIVIL FINANCIAL LITIGATION ACTIVITY
see generally Title 3, Chapter 10

CIVIL FINES
4-1.212 Commercial Litigation Branch

CIVIL PENALTIES
4-1.310 Direct Referral Cases
4-1.313 Retained Cases
4-4.120 Civil Penalties And Civil Monetary Forfeitures
5-6.321 Actions Not Subject to Direct Referral to United States Attorneys—Prior Authorization Needed to Institute Action
5-12.320 Direct Referral Civil Cases Not Requiring Prior Approval by the Assistant Attorney General
5-12.600 Settlement and Dismissal of Cases
5-12.620 Consent Decrees; Public Notice Policy
8-2.410 Disability Rights Section—ADA Enforcement
9-4.135 22 U.S.C.: Foreign Relations and Intercourse
9-11.142 Grand Jury Subpoenas for Financial Records
9-42.010 Coordination of Criminal and Civil Fraud Against the Government Cases
9-63.100 Aircraft Piracy and Related Offenses
9-63.161 Prosecution Policy for Carrying Weapons or Explosives Aboard Aircraft (49 U.S.C. § 46505)
9-63.200 Destruction of Aircraft and Motor Vehicles and Related Offenses (18 U.S.C. §§ 31 - 35)
9-63.251 Prosecutive Policy for Imparting or Conveying False Information (Bomb Hoax)—18 U.S.C. § 35
9-76.110 Transportation—Aviation Policy—Settlement Authority
9-76.310 Transportation—Railroad Safety—Policy—Supervisory and Investigatory Authority
9-76.340 Transportation—Railroad Safety—Civil Penalty Provisions
9-78.000 Worker Protection Statutes
9-79.200 Bank Records and Foreign Transactions Act
9-105.330 Consultation Requirements

CIVIL RIGHTS
see generally Title 8

CIVIL RIGHTS FOR INSTITUTIONALIZED PERSONS ACT (CRIPA)
8-2.140 Interventions
8-2.261 Civil Rights of Institutionalized Persons

CIVIL SERVICE REFORM ACT
3-4.308 Volunteer Service
3-4.334 Temporary Assignment Under Intergovernmental Personnel Act
3-5.103 Policy Statement on Sexual Harassment
4-6.320 Area 2—Nondiscrimination Personnel Litigation

CLAIM REFERRAL PACKAGE
3-10.130 Claims Collection Litigation Report
3-10.141 Returning Deficient Referrals

CLAIMS COLLECTION LITIGATION REPORT (CCLR)
3-9.230 Financial Litigation Records
3-10.120 Nationwide Central Intake Facility
3-10.130 Claims Collection Litigation Report
3-10.141 Returning Deficient Referrals
3-10.142 Acknowledgment of Referral
3-10.150 Precomplaint Demand

CLAIMS COLLECTIONS
9-76.340 Transportation—Railroad Safety—Civil Penalty Provisions

CLASS ACTIONS
3-5.211 General Guidance on Filing Discrimination Complaints
4-6.395 Area 11—Disability Benefits and Employment Litigation

CLASSIFICATION ACT OF 1949
3-4.511 Classification Under the General Schedule

CLASSIFIED INFORMATION
1-6.240 Authorizing Disclosure in General
1-6.340 Authorizing Disclosure in General
1-6.440 Decision by the Deputy Attorney General or the Associate Attorney General
3-15.110 Personnel Security
3-15.120 Information Security
3-15.130 Computer Security
3-15.140 Communications Security
3-15.160 Reporting Security Incidents and Emergency Security Support
3-18.200 Urgent Reports—Litigation—Pending and New
9-2.111 Statutory Limitations—Declinations
9-2.420 Prior Approvals Chart
9-24.000 Requesting Special Confinement Conditions—28 C.F.R. § 501.3
9-24.300 Disclosure of Classified Information—28 C.F.R. § 501.2
9-90.020 National Security Matters—Prior Approval, Consultation, and Notification Requirements
9-90.050 National/International Security Coordinators in United States Attorneys' Offices
9-90.200 Policies and Procedures for Criminal Cases That Involve Classified Information
9-90.210 Contacts with the Intelligence Community Regarding Criminal Investigations or Prosecutions
9-90.230 Disclosure Of Classified Information to the Grand Jury
9-90.240 Classified Information Procedures Act (CIPA)
see also SENSITIVE MATTERS

CLASSIFIED INFORMATION PROCEDURES ACT (CIPA)
3-15.120 Information Security
9-2.111 Statutory Limitations—Declinations
9-90.020 National Security Matters—Prior Approval, Consultation, and Notification Requirements
9-90.200 Policies and Procedures for Criminal Cases That Involve Classified Information
9-90.240 Classified Information Procedures Act (CIPA)

CLAYTON ACT
7-1.100 Department of Justice Policy and Responsibilities
7-4.010 Statutes in General
7-4.200 Clayton Act, 15 U.S.C. Secs. 14, 18, 19, and 20
7-5.420 Civil Actions Generally

CLEAN AIR
5-6.130 Statutes Administered
5-6.533 Citizens' Suits
5-9.100 Area of Responsibility
5-12.100 Area of Responsibility—Statutes Administered

CLEAN WATER
5-6.100 Area of Responsibility—Generally
5-6.112 Responsibility—Cases Brought on Behalf of the United States
5-6.130 Statutes Administered
5-6.522 Lis Pendens and the Recording of Judgments
5-6.533 Citizens' Suits
5-9.100 Area of Responsibility
5-11.101 Statutes Administered
5-12.100 Area of Responsibility—Statutes Administered
see also SAFE DRINKING WATER

CLEARING TITLE
4-3.400 Consummation of Compromise of Claims of the United States—Generally

CLEMENCY AND PARDON
1-2.101 Office of the Attorney General
1-2.110 Office of the Pardon Attorney
1-2.111 Role of the United States Attorney in Clemency Matters
1-2.112 Standards for Considering Pardon Petitions
1-2.113 Standards for Considering Commutation Petitions
9-113.400 Judicial Forfeiture Settlements and Petitions for Remission or Mitigation

CLIENT AGENCIES
1-10.200 Relationships With Client Agencies
1-10.210 Notification to Special Agent in Charge Concerning Illegal or Improper Actions by DEA or Treasury Agents
1-10.220 Case Processing by Teletype with Social Security Administration
1-10.230 Procedure for Obtaining Disclosure of Social Security Administration Information in Criminal Proceedings
3-11.142 Direct Deposit of Payments
4-1.214 Appellate Staff
4-1.410 Responsibilities of Client Agencies—Compromise and Dismissal or Closing
4-1.420 Responsibilities of Client Agencies—Court Appearances
4-1.430 Responsibilities of Client Agencies—Litigation Reports
4-1.440 Responsibilities of Client Agencies—Pleadings and Interrogatories
4-1.500 Liaison of United States Attorneys with Civil Division
4-1.514 Emergency Referrals in Nondelegated Cases
4-1.520 Liaison of United States Attorneys with Client Agencies
4-3.210 Compromising Claims Against a Going Business Concern
4-4.550 Foreclosure of Government-Held Mortgages
4-5.310 Admiralty Litigation
4-6.200 Affirmative Litigation
5-8.320 Handling of Appeals by Other than Staff Attorneys
5-12.111 Cases Brought on Behalf of the United States
9-42.010 Coordination of Criminal and Civil Fraud Against the Government Cases

CLONE PAGERS
9-7.100 Authorization of Applications for Wire, Oral, and Electronic Interception Orders—Overview and History of Legislation

CLOSED COURTROOMS
9-5.150 Authorization to Close Judicial Proceedings to Members of the Press and Public

CLOSING CASES
4-1.210 Responsibilities of Organizational Units in the Civil Division
4-1.300 Division of Responsibility Between the Civil Division and the United States Attorneys for the Handling of Civil Litigation
4-1.410 Responsibilities of Client Agencies—Compromise and Dismissal or Closing
4-1.512 Cases Monitored by Civil Division
4-1.513 Cases Personally Handled by the Civil Division or Jointly Handled With United States Attorneys' Offices
4-1.600 Prior Approvals
4-3.100 Authority of the Attorney General
4-3.110 Delegations of the Attorney General's Authority to Compromise and Close
4-3.120 General Redelegation of the Attorney General's Authority to Compromise and Close
4-3.130 Ad Hoc Redelegations of the Attorney General's Authority to Compromise and Close
4-3.140 Exceptions to the Redelegation of the Attorney General's Authority
4-3.200 Bases for the Compromising or Closing of Claims Involving the United States
4-3.230 Bases for Closing Claims Arising Out of Judgments in Favor of the United States by Returning Those Claims to the Client Agencies
4-3.300 Memoranda by United States Attorney Explaining the Compromising or Closing of Claims Within the United States Attorney's Authority
4-3.320 Memoranda Containing the United States Attorney's Recommendations for the Compromising or Closing of Claims Beyond His/Her Authority
4-6.360 Area 6—National Security, Military and Foreign Relations
6-6.600 Closing Out Cases Compromised or Conceded—Compromises of Refund Suits

CLOSING FILES
8-3.190 Notification to Parties of Closing File

CLOSING MEMORANDUM
4-3.300 Memoranda by United States Attorney Explaining the Compromising or Closing of Claims Within the United States Attorney's Authority
4-3.320 Memoranda Containing the United States Attorney's Recommendations for the Compromising or Closing of Claims Beyond His/Her Authority

CLOSING NOTICE FOR CASE FILES
3-13.310 Office Files

COAL INDUSTRY RETIREE HEALTH BENEFITS ACT OF 1992
4-6.395 Area 11—Disability Benefits and Employment Litigation

COAST GUARD
4-1.320 United States Attorney Responsibilities—Assistance Concerning Deposited Funds
5-10.310 Authority of United States Attorneys to Initiate Actions Without Prior Authorization, i.e., Direct Referral Cases
5-12.111 Cases Brought on Behalf of the United States
5-12.320 Direct Referral Civil Cases Not Requiring Prior Approval by the Assistant Attorney General
5-12.520 Investigation and Administrative Processing of Violations—Responsibility for Detecting and Investigating Violations
5-12.600 Settlement and Dismissal of Cases
9-4.125 14 U.S.C.: Coast Guard
9-4.127 16 U.S.C.: Conservation
9-4.130 18 U.S.C. 3000-: Procedure
9-4.146 33 U.S.C.: Navigation and Navigable Waters
9-4.164 46 U.S.C.: Shipping
9-4.165 46 U.S.C. Appendix: Shipping
9-4.170 50 U.S.C.: War and National Defense

COGNOVIT NOTES
3-10.170 Prejudgment Agreements to Pay

COLLATERAL AGREEMENTS
6-6.520 Collateral Agreements
6-6.540 Security for Deferred or Installment Payments
6-6.620 Compromises of Government Claims

COLLATERAL ATTACK
9-27.230 Initiating and Declining Charges—Substantial Federal Interest
9-37.001 Introduction
9-37.002 Policy

COLLATERAL ESTOPPEL
6-4.320 Nolo Contendere Pleas
9-69.200 Perjury and False Declarations Before Grand Jury or Court—Prosecution Policy

COLLECTIBILITY SETTLEMENTS
6-6.422 Time for Processing Offers
6-6.500 Compromises of Government Claims, Including Compromises Based on Inability to Pay—Statutory Interest

COLLECTION
1-2.119 Executive Office for United States Attorneys
1-2.120 Executive Office for United States Trustees/United States Trustee Program
3-2.140 Authority
3-9.100 Introduction
3-9.110 Enforcement Responsibility
3-9.120 Designation of Assistant United States Attorney Responsible for Financial Litigation
3-9.130 Standards for Debt Collection Action
3-9.211 Reporting and Management—Establishing Quantitative Goals
3-9.230 Financial Litigation Records
3-10.120 Nationwide Central Intake Facility
3-10.130 Claims Collection Litigation Report
3-10.141 Returning Deficient Referrals
3-10.142 Acknowledgment of Referral
3-10.150 Precomplaint Demand
3-10.160 Filing Complaint
3-10.170 Prejudgment Agreements to Pay
3-10.200 Civil Postjudgment Financial Litigation Activity—Perfecting the Judgment
3-10.240 Postjudgment Demand
3-10.420 Return of Certain Bankruptcy Cases to Agencies for Collection
3-10.500 Enforced Collections
3-10.520 Federal Debt Collection Procedures Act Tools
3-10.540 Depriving Debtors of Their Residence
3-10.600 Transfers
3-10.620 Assists
3-10.700 Terminating Civil Postjudgment Collection Action—Suspension of Collection Action
3-10.720 Returning Case to Agency for Surveillance
3-10.730 Returning Case to Agency as Uncollectible
3-12.100 Role of the Executive Office for United States Attorneys
3-12.200 Responsibilities of the United States Attorneys
3-12.220 Asset Forfeiture Judgments
3-12.330 Fines and Restitution Imposed as Conditions of Probation
3-12.350 Enforcement Proceedings
3-12.400 Suspense of Criminal Collection Activity
3-12.420 Approval Necessary to Suspend Collection Action
3-12.600 Efforts for Victims of Crime
3-16.110 Case Management Reports—Automated Case Management Systems
3-17.200 Privacy Act (PA)
4-1.200 Responsibilities of the Assistant Attorney General for the Civil Division
4-1.212 Commercial Litigation Branch
4-1.326 United States Attorney Responsibilities—Protection of the Government's Fiscal and Property Interests
4-1.450 Responsibilities of Client Agencies—Referrals
4-4.430 Collections
5-5.153 Collection of Claims or Judgments
5-5.154 Execution to Enforce Collection of Judgments
5-5.156 Post-Judgment Collection Efforts
5-5.230 Settlement and Dismissal Authority of United States Attorneys
5-7.530 Judgments
5-7.620 Transmittal of Compromise Offer to General Litigation Section—Recommendations With Respect to Acceptance
5-9.620 Transmittal of Compromise Offer to Policy Legislation, and Special Litigation Section; Recommendations With Respect to
5-10.620 Transmittal of Compromise to Wildlife and Marine Resources Section; Recommendations With Respect to Acceptance
5-12.320 Direct Referral Civil Cases Not Requiring Prior Approval by the Assistant Attorney General
5-12.600 Settlement and Dismissal of Cases
6-1.100 Department of Justice Policy and Responsibilities
6-1.130 Other Relevant Manuals for United States Attorneys
6-4.248 Status Reports
6-4.360 Compromise of Criminal Liability/Civil Settlement
6-5.110 Suits to Collect Tax and Foreclose Tax Liens—Generally
6-5.130 Order for Entry to Effect Levy
5-5.156 Post-Judgment Collection Efforts
6-5.330 Injunction Actions
6-6.130 Redelegation of Authority to Compromise and Close Civil Claims
6-6.200 No Compromise of Civil Liability When Criminal Case Pending
6-6.520 Collateral Agreements
6-6.550 Tax Division Judgment Collection Manual
6-8.010 Introduction
6-8.100 Responsibility of the Tax Division
6-8.200 Responsibility of the United States Attorney
6-8.300 Compromise Authority of United States Attorneys
6-8.400 Differences Between Tax Judgments and Other Civil Judgments—Collection Procedures
6-8.420 Differences Between Tax Judgments and Other Civil Judgments --Availability of IRS Personnel to Perform Collection Investigations
6-8.430 Differences Between Tax Judgments and Other Civil Judgments --Availability of Tax Returns and Tax Return Information
8-2.231 Housing and Civil Enforcement Section—Fair Housing Act
9-42.010 Coordination of Criminal and Civil Fraud Against the Government Cases
9-76.340 Transportation—Railroad Safety—Civil Penalty Provisions
9-118.740 VII.D. Limitations on Use of the Fund—1. Items Not Payable From the Fund

COLLECTION STANDARDS
3-10.120 Nationwide Central Intake Facility
3-10.130 Claims Collection Litigation Report
3-10.150 Precomplaint Demand
4-1.450 Responsibilities of Client Agencies—Referrals
4-4.430 Collections

COLLECTION TRACKING SYSTEM
3-10.142 Acknowledgment of Referral

COLOR OF LAW
8-3.010 Introduction
9-7.301 Consensual Monitoring—General Use

COMBINATIONS
7-4.100 Sherman Act, 15 U.S.C. Secs. 1 to 7

COMMERCIAL ELECTRONIC DATABASES
1-4.320 Outside Activities Generally

COMMERCIAL LITIGATION BRANCH
4-1.210 Responsibilities of Organizational Units in the Civil Division
4-1.212 Commercial Litigation Branch
4-1.213 Federal Programs Branch
4-1.313 Retained Cases
4-1.511 Cases Delegated to United States Attorneys
4-4.100 Civil Fraud Cases—Contacts
4-4.110 Civil Fraud Litigation
4-4.120 Civil Penalties And Civil Monetary Forfeitures
4-4.200 Court of Federal Claims and Federal Circuit—Contacts
4-4.210 Court of Federal Claims
4-4.220 Federal Circuit
4-4.300 Intellectual Property—Contacts
4-4.310 Intellectual Property—Copyright Suits
4-4.320 Patent Suits
4-4.330 Suits Involving Trademarks, Trade Secrets, or Technical Data
4-4.400 General Commercial Litigation—Contacts
4-4.410 Bankruptcy Proceedings; Claims in Bankruptcy
4-4.413 Plans of Reorganization as Compromises
4-4.414 Appellate Procedures in Bankruptcy
4-4.420 Contracts
4-4.430 Collections
4-4.440 Conversion of Property Mortgaged to the Government
4-4.450 Decedent's Estate
4-4.460 Grants—Breach of Conditions
4-4.480 Medicare Overpayment Cases
4-4.510 Sureties
4-4.520 VA Loan Claims
4-4.530 Warranties
4-4.533 Warranty of Prior Endorsements on Checks
4-4.541 Actions Not Within 28 U.S.C. § 2410
4-4.542 Screening New Actions Under 28 U.S.C. § 2410
4-4.543 Removal of Actions Brought in State Courts
4-4.544 Responsive Pleadings
4-4.545 Priority of Liens
4-4.550 Foreclosure of Government-Held Mortgages
4-4.600 Assistance on Questions of Foreign Law
4-4.620 Extraterritorial Service
4-4.630 Obtaining Testimony and Documents Abroad
9-42.010 Coordination of Criminal and Civil Fraud Against the Government Cases
9-42.440 Provisions for the Handling of Qui Tam Suits Filed Under the False Claims Act
9-44.160 Guidelines for Multidistrict Health Care Fraud Initiatives

COMMODITIES
7-3.500 Washington General Litigation Sections

COMMON SCHEME OR PLAN
6-4.311 Application of Major Count Policy in Sentencing Guideline Cases

COMMUNICATION ASSISTANCE FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT ACT (CALEA)
9-7.010 Introduction

COMMUNICATIONS DECENCY ACT
9-75.093 Telecommunications

COMMUNICATIONS SECURITY (COMSEC)
3-15.140 Communications Security

COMMUNITY RELATIONS SERVICE (CRS)
1-2.103 Office of the Associate Attorney General
1-2.118 Community Relations Service
1-7.310 Department of Justice Components

COMMUTATION OF SENTENCE
1-2.110 Office of the Pardon Attorney
1-2.111 Role of the United States Attorney in Clemency Matters
1-2.113 Standards for Considering Commutation Petitions
see also CLEMENCY AND PARDON

COMPENSATION FOR NECESSARY TRAVEL TO THE UNITED STATES
3-19.312 Witness' Advance—American Citizens—Compensation for Necessary Travel to the United States

COMPENSATION FOR USE DAMAGES
5-15.546 Termination of Temporary Use Cases

COMPENSATORY DAMAGES
4-6.390 Area 10—Employment Discrimination Litigation
4-6.392 Compensatory Damages Cap Under Section 102 of the Civil Rights Act of 1991, 42 U.S.C. 1981a(b)
8-2.410 Disability Rights Section—ADA Enforcement

COMPENSATORY DAMAGES CAP
4-6.392 Compensatory Damages Cap Under Section 102 of the Civil Rights Act of 1991, 42 U.S.C. 1981a(b)

COMPENSATORY TIME
3-4.550 Pay Administration (General)

COMPETITION ADVOCACY
7-1.100 Department of Justice Policy and Responsibilities
7-3.600 Specialized Sections

COMPETITION POLICY SECTION
7-3.600 Specialized Sections
7-5.230 Assistance From the Antitrust Division

COMPETITIVE SERVICE
1-4.200 Public Financial Disclosure Reports
1-4.440 Political Referrals
3-4.213 Excepted Service
3-4.300 Employment (General)

COMPLAINT ADJUDICATION OFFICER (CAO)
3-5.211 General Guidance on Filing Discrimination Complaints

COMPLAINTS OF DISCRIMINATION
3-5.101 Policy Statement on Persons with Disabilities
3-5.200 Processing Complaints of Discrimination
3-5.211 General Guidance on Filing Discrimination Complaints

COMPLIANCE CHECKLISTS
3-9.212 Compliance Checklist

COMPREHENSIVE CRIME CONTROL ACT
3-14.100 Policy
9-21.010 Introduction

COMPREHENSIVE ENVIRONMENTAL RESPONSE
5-6.130 Statutes Administered

COMPROMISE MEMORANDA
4-5.200 Torts Branch Procedures—Conduct of FTCA Litigation

COMPROMISE OF INTEREST
6-6.500 Compromises of Government Claims, Including Compromises Based on Inability to Pay—Statutory Interest

COMPUTER CRIME AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY SECTION (CCIPS)
9-2.410 Prior Approvals Chart
9-4.010 Introduction
9-48.000 Computer Fraud
9-59.100 Economic Espionage Act of 1996 (18 U.S.C. §§ 1831-1837)—Prosecutive Policy
9-59.110 Economic Espionage Act—Assignment of Responsibilities
9-60.200 Criminal Sanctions Against Illegal Electronic Surveillance
9-60.400 Criminal Sanctions Against Illegal Electronic Surveillance—The Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA), 50 U.S.C. § 1809
9-71.001 Introduction
9-71.010 Prosecution Policy
9-71.015 Reporting Requirements

COMPUTER FRAUD
9-48.000 Computer Fraud

COMPUTER SECURITY
3-15.130 Computer Security
3-15.300 Security Education and Awareness

COMPUTER VIRUSES
3-15.130 Computer Security
3-15.160 Reporting Security Incidents and Emergency Security Support

COMPUTER/TELECOMMUNICATIONS COORDINATOR (CTC)
9-48.000 Computer Fraud

CONCEALING ASSETS
9-41.001 Resource Materials

CONDEMNATION
3-8.280 Payment of Expert Witnesses Appointed by the Court Under Federal Rules of Evidence
3-19.714 Payment of Expert Witnesses Appointed by the Court Under Federal Rules of Evidence
5-5.230 Settlement and Dismissal Authority of United States Attorneys
5-7.100 Area of Responsibility
5-7.312 Authority of United States Attorneys to Defend Actions Without Prior Authorization
5-15.001 Area of Responsibility
5-15.002 Policy Regarding Consent to Trial of Condemnation Cases by United States Magistrate
5-15.201 Statutes Administered
5-15.320 Assignment of Case Responsibility
5-15.511 Rule 71A, Federal Rules of Civil Procedure
5-15.514 Division Programs to Expedite Handling of Condemnation Cases
5-15.516 Transmittal of Record
5-15.523 Land Subject to Options or Contracts of Sale by Acquiring Agency
5-15.525 Service
5-15.543 Alteration of Estate Sought to Be Condemned
5-15.550 Determination and Payment of Just Compensation—Right to Trial by Jury or Commission
5-15.581 Contents of Judgment
5-15.630 Authority of United States Attorneys to Settle Condemnation Cases
5-15.650 Dismissal or Abandonment of Condemnation Case
6-5.322 Nature of the Suit
6-5.323 Procedures

CONDITIONAL REPRESENTATION
4-5.412 Constitutional Torts—Representation Process
see also REPRESENTATION

CONDITIONAL THREAT
9-65.200 Threats Against the President and Successors to the Presidency; Threats Against Former Presidents; and Certain Other Secret Service Protectees

CONFESS-JUDGMENT NOTES (COGNOVIT NOTES)
3-10.170 Prejudgment Agreements to Pay

CONFESSIONS OF ERROR
9-2.170 Decision to Appeal and to File Petitions in Appellate Courts

CONFIDENTIAL FINANCIAL DISCLOSURE REPORTS
see FINANCIAL DISCLOSURE REPORTS

CONFIDENTIAL INFORMANTS
see INFORMANTS

CONFIDENTIALITY
1-2.111 Role of the United States Attorney in Clemency Matters
1-2.118 Community Relations Service
1-7.111 Need for Confidentiality
4-1.600 Prior Approvals
4-6.332 Area 3—Government Information—General Information for Particular Case Types (Including Jurisdiction and Exhaustion of Administrative Remedies)
6-1.100 Department of Justice Policy and Responsibilities
6-8.430 Differences Between Tax Judgments and Other Civil Judgments --Availability of Tax Returns and Tax Return Information
8-2.190 Production or Disclosure in Federal and State Proceedings of Material or Information Contained in Civil Rights Division Files
8-3.195 Production or Disclosure in Federal And State Proceedings of Material or Information in Civil Rights Division Files
9-5.100 Policy Regarding the Disclosure to Prosecutors of Potential Impeachment Information Concerning Law Enforcement Agency Witnesses ("Giglio Policy")
9-8.220 Public Information Concerning Juveniles
9-13.233 Overt Communications—Assurances Not to Contact Client
9-59.100 Economic Espionage Act of 1996 (18 U.S.C. §§ 1831-1837)—Prosecutive Policy

CONFLICT OF INTEREST
1-2.119 Executive Office for United States Attorneys
1-4.220 Confidential Financial Disclosure Reports
1-4.320 Outside Activities Generally
1-4.330 Teaching, Speaking, and Writing
1-4.340 Civic Organizations, Professional Boards and Committees, and State Grievance Committees
1-4.350 Pro Bono Work
1-4.600 Post-Government Employment Restrictions
3-2.170 Recusals
3-2.171 Procedures in Implementing Recusals
3-2.300 Special Assistants
3-4.734 Financial Disclosure Requirements
3-5.800 Prevention of Sexual Harassment Contact Persons
3-9.230 Financial Litigation Records
4-1.313 Retained Cases
5-1.323 Cases Assigned to United States Attorneys
9-2.400 Prior Approvals Chart
9-2.420 Prior Approvals Chart
9-7.302 Consensual Monitoring—"Procedures for Lawful, Warrantless Interceptions of Verbal Communications"
9-42.010 Coordination of Criminal and Civil Fraud Against the Government Cases
9-90.700 Registration and Lobbying Provisions

CONFLICT OF INTEREST FORMS AND STATEMENTS
3-9.230 Financial Litigation Records

CONFRONTATION CLAUSE
9-13.600 Use of Hypnosis

CONGRESS
1-2.109 Office of Legislative Affairs
1-2.119 Executive Office for United States Attorneys
1-2.305 The Office of Justice Programs
1-2.402 U.S. Parole Commission
1-3.000 Prior Approval Requirements
1-8.001 Introduction
1-8.010 Congressional Contacts With USAOs
1-8.020 Congressional Requests for Public Information
1-8.021 Requests on Behalf of Represented Parties
1-8.030 Reference of Other Requests to CTD
1-8.040 Congressional Questionnaires, Surveys and General Accounting Office (GAO) Contacts
1-8.050 Tours, Courtesy Visits, Social and Other Contacts With Congressional Members and Staff
1-8.060 CTD Requests for Assistance from USAOs—Testimony and Document Production
1-8.070 Testimony or Assistance to State and Local Legislative Bodies
1-8.080 Legislative Requests or Proposals
2-4.212 Civil Cases—Direct Appeals to the Supreme Court
3-1.200 Prior Approval Requirements
3-8.130 Expenditures and Obligations Under the Anti-Deficiency Act
3-8.311 Lapse in Appropriations—Notification
3-8.560 Out-of-Pocket Litigative Expenses
3-18.100 United States Attorneys' Offices Surveys
3-18.200 Urgent Reports—Litigation—Pending and New
3-18.220 Urgent Reports—Notice of Interviews of Subjects of Investigations
3-18.230 Urgent Reports on Other Matters
4-1.323 United States Attorney Responsibilities—Briefs Amicus Curiae
4-1.324 United States Attorney Responsibilities—Constitutional Questions—Certification to the Attorney General
5-7.300 Processing and Handling Cases—Special Provisions
5-9.100 Area of Responsibility
5-9.120 Statutes Administered
7-1.100 Department of Justice Policy and Responsibilities
7-3.600 Specialized Sections
9-2.111 Statutory Limitations—Declinations
9-2.154 Legislative Proposals by United States Attorneys
9-2.400 Prior Approvals Chart
9-2.410 Prior Approvals Chart
9-2.420 Prior Approvals Chart
9-4.112 2 U.S.C.: The Congress
9-7.302 Consensual Monitoring—"Procedures for Lawful, Warrantless Interceptions of Verbal Communications"
9-11.254 Guidelines for Handling Documents Obtained by the Grand Jury
9-16.020 Approval Required for Plea Agreements Involving Members of Congress, Federal Judges, Extradition, Deportation, and Air Piracy Cases
9-16.110 Plea Negotiations with Public Officials
9-16.320 Plea Agreements and Restitution
9-21.970 Other Requests
9-21.1010 Results of Witnesses' Testimony
9-23.130 Approval by Assistant Attorney General to Compel Testimony
9-37.120 Memorandum, cont'd—Definition of "Retroactively"
9-60.1000 Carjacking—18 U.S.C. § 2119
9-60.1010 Prosecution Policy—Carjacking Cases
9-63.902 Restraint in Exercise of Federal Jurisdiction
9-65.700 Congressional, Cabinet, and Supreme Court Assassination, Kidnapping, and Assault (18 U.S.C. § 351)
9-71.015 Reporting Requirements
9-75.020 Obscenity, etc.—Authorization and General Prosecution Policies—Department Priorities
9-79.400 Failure to Register with the Selective Service System
9-90.020 National Security Matters—Prior Approval, Consultation, and Notification Requirements
9-90.200 Policies and Procedures for Criminal Cases That Involve Classified Information
9-90.240 Classified Information Procedures Act (CIPA)
9-90.550 Contempt of Congress—2 U.S.C. § 192
9-90.720 Public Officials Acting As Agents Of Foreign Principals—18 U.S.C. § 219
9-105.600 Prosecution Standards—Bona Fide Fees Paid to Attorneys for Representation in a Criminal Matter

CONGRESSIONAL APPEARANCES
1-2.109 Office of Legislative Affairs
1-8.060 CTD Requests for Assistance from USAOs—Testimony and Document Production

CONGRESSIONAL INQUIRIES
9-21.970 Other Requests

CONGRESSIONAL QUESTIONNAIRES AND SURVEYS
1-8.040 Congressional Questionnaires, Surveys and General Accounting Office (GAO) Contacts

CONGRESSIONALLY MANDATED STUDIES
5-9.120 Statutes Administered

CONSENSUAL INTERCEPTIONS AND MONITORING
9-2.400 Prior Approvals Chart
9-7.010 Introduction
9-7.100 Authorization of Applications for Wire, Oral, and Electronic Interception Orders—Overview and History of Legislation
9-7.301 Consensual Monitoring—General Use
9-7.302 Consensual Monitoring—"Procedures for Lawful, Warrantless Interceptions of Verbal Communications"
9-21.050 Utilization of Persons in Custody of BOP or USMS for Investigative Purposes, or as Targets of Investigative Activity
9-21.800 Use of Relocated Witnesses or Former Protected Witnesses as Informants
9-60.200 Criminal Sanctions Against Illegal Electronic Surveillance

CONSENT DECREES AND JUDGMENTS
3-8.130 Expenditures and Obligations Under the Anti-Deficiency Act
3-9.230 Financial Litigation Records
3-10.170 Prejudgment Agreements to Pay
4-3.430 Payment of Compromises—Compromise Payable by Client Agency or Insurer
4-10.010 Judgment Against the Government—Generally
5-12.111 Cases Brought on Behalf of the United States
5-12.613 Settlement Policy in Suits Brought on Behalf of the Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency
5-12.620 Consent Decrees; Public Notice Policy
7-5.410 Preparation of Fact Memorandum
9-117.100 Transfer of Funds From the Seized Asset Deposit Fund to the Assets Forfeiture Fund

CONSENT DIRECTIVES
6-5.210 Summons Litigation—Enforcement Cases—Direct Referrals

CONSENT TO BE SUED
4-2.100 Sovereign Immunity

CONSENT TO SUBSEQUENT USE
9-13.512 Intended Use of the Evidence

CONSPIRACY TO DEFRAUD
9-42.100 Introduction

CONSTITUTIONAL AND SPECIALIZED TORTS
4-1.211 Torts Branch
4-2.100 Sovereign Immunity
4-5.100 Tort Litigation—Generally
4-5.120 Torts Branch Components—Constitutional and Specialized Torts
4-5.400 Constitutional and Specialized Torts—Contacts and Mailing Information
4-5.410 Constitutional and Specialized Torts—Introduction
4-5.411 Constitutional Torts—Research and Guidance Materials
4-5.412 Constitutional Torts—Representation Process
4-5.413 Constitutional Torts—Analysis of Complaint

CONSTRUCTIVE OR DOUBLE MILEAGE FEES
3-19.123 Allowances

CONSULAR OFFICERS
3-19.340 Request for Foreign Counsel
4-7.200 Revocation of Naturalization
9-2.173 Arrest of Foreign Nationals

CONSULTANTS
3-8.550 Expenses Requiring Prior Authorization
3-19.730 Expert Witnesses—Name-Check
9-2.420 Prior Approvals Chart
9-136.010 Introduction
9-138.010 Introduction
9-138.020 Investigative and Supervisory Jurisdiction
9-138.030 Consultation Prior to Prosecution
9-138.040 Consultation Prior to Relief of Convicted Individuals From Labor-Management and Pension-Welfare Position Disqualification
9-138.100 Reduction and Exemption Proceedings Under 29 U.S.C. § 504 and 29 U.S.C. § 1111
9-138.130 Coordination with the Department of Labor
9-138.150 Litigating Authority of Department of Labor Attorneys in District Court Proceedings Under ERISA—29 U.S.C. Sec. 1111
9-138.160 Special Appointment of Department of Labor Attorneys in District Court Proceedings Under LMRDA (29 U.S.C. Sec. 504)
9-138.170 Delegation of United States Attorney's Responsibility to Appear on Behalf of Federal Prosecuting Officials
9-138.180 Conflict Resolution
9-138.200 Civil Actions—Coordination

CONSUMER CREDIT
4-1.216 Office of Consumer Litigation
8-2.232 Housing and Civil Enforcement Section—Equal Credit Opportunity Act
9-11.141 Fair Credit Reporting Act and Grand Jury Subpoenas

CONSUMER LITIGATION
see generally Title 4, Chapter 8

CONSUMER PRODUCT SAFETY
4-1.216 Office of Consumer Litigation
4-1.313 Retained Cases
4-8.010 Introduction

CONTAMINATION
4-1.313 Retained Cases
4-5.130 Torts Branch Components—Environmental Torts (formerly Environmental and Occupational Disease Litigation)
4-5.510 Environmental Torts (Formerly Environmental and Occupational Disease Litigation (EODL))—Introduction
4-5.520 Conduct of Toxic Tort and Asbestos Litigation
5-11.112 Parallel Proceedings
9-111.400 Contaminated Real Property Policy

CONTEMPT
1-6.500 Procedure in the Event a Departmental Decision Has Not Been Made at the Time a Response is Required
1-6.530 Responding to a Contempt Citation for Failure to Respond to a Demand
4-6.399 Telefax Critical Mail Procedures
5-5.155 Execution to Enforce Judgments for Possession
5-15.526 Possession
9-2.400 Prior Approvals Chart
9-2.410 Prior Approvals Chart
9-2.420 Prior Approvals Chart
9-11.140 Limitation on Grand Jury Subpoenas
9-11.160 Limitation on Resubpoenaing Contumacious Witnesses Before Successive Grand Juries
9-23.130 Approval by Assistant Attorney General to Compel Testimony
9-39.000 Contempt of Court
9-44.200 Overview of Authorized Investigative Demands—Authority
9-69.200 Perjury and False Declarations Before Grand Jury or Court—Prosecution Policy
9-69.600 Escape from Custody Resulting from Civil Commitment (28 U.S.C. § 1826(c))
9-90.020 National Security Matters—Prior Approval, Consultation, and Notification Requirements
9-90.550 Contempt of Congress—2 U.S.C. § 192

CONTEMPT OF CONGRESS
9-2.410 Prior Approvals Chart
9-69.200 Perjury and False Declarations Before Grand Jury or Court—Prosecution Policy
9-90.020 National Security Matters—Prior Approval, Consultation, and Notification Requirements
9-90.550 Contempt of Congress—2 U.S.C. § 192

CONTINENTAL SHELF
see SHELF LANDS

CONTINGENCY FEES
1-4.300 DOJ Employee Participation in Outside Activities—Termination Agreements/Contingency Fees

CONTINUING LEGAL EDUCATION (CLE) CREDIT
3-6.010 Office of Legal Education

CONTRABAND
9-13.420 Searches of Premises of Subject Attorneys
9-69.300 Prison Offenses (18 U.S.C. §§ 1791-1793)
9-116.120 Federal Investigative Agency Review of Adoption Requests

CONTRACT AWARDS
4-4.420 Contracts

CONTRACT CONSTRUCTION AND INTERPRETATION
4-4.420 Contracts

CONTRACT DISPUTES ACT OF 1978 (CDA)
4-4.110 Civil Fraud Litigation
4-4.210 Court of Federal Claims
4-4.420 Contracts
4-5.110 Torts Branch Components—Aviation and Admiralty

CONTRACT FOR SERVICES
3-8.130 Expenditures and Obligations Under the Anti-Deficiency Act

CONTRACTING OFFICER (CO)
3-13.100 Delegation of Procurement Authority (DPA)
4-4.420 Contracts

CONTRACTOR FRAUD
1-2.105 Office of the Inspector General

CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES ACT
see generally Title 9, Chapter 100
see also
1-2.302 Drug Enforcement Administration
1-2.310 U.S. Marshals Service—Procedures for Special Deputation and Deputation of Local Law Enforcement Officers
9-118.726 VII.B.6. Investigative Expenses
9-118.770 VII.G. Purchase of Evidence

CONTROLLING INDIVIDUALS
9-13.242 Overt Communications with Represented Targets—Organizations and Employees

CONVERSION
1-2.120 Executive Office for United States Trustees/United States Trustee Program
4-1.212 Commercial Litigation Branch
4-4.440 Conversion of Property Mortgaged to the Government
5-1.310 Authority of United States Attorneys to Initiate Actions Without Prior Authorization, i.e., Direct Referral Cases
5-11.102 Other Criminal Provisions
9-42.510 Social Security Fraud
9-46.100 Introduction
9-66.200 Protection of Government Property—Personalty
9-133.010 Policy—Concurrent Federal-State Jurisdiction
9-133.030 Investigative and Supervisory Jurisdiction

CONVERSION OF CASH OR CURRENCY TO CHECKS
3-11.134 Conversion of Cash or Currency to Checks

COORDINATION AND REVIEW SECTION
8-1.010 General
8-2.240 Coordination and Review Section
8-2.241 Civil Laws Governing Law Enforcement Misconduct

COORDINATION COUNCIL FOR NORTH AMERICAN AFFAIRS (CCNAA)
9-2.410 Prior Approvals Chart
9-65.811 Authority to Initiate Prosecution

COORDINATION OF PARALLEL PROCEEDINGS
see PARALLEL PROCEEDINGS

COPYRIGHT
4-1.212 Commercial Litigation Branch
4-1.213 Federal Programs Branch
4-1.313 Retained Cases
4-4.310 Intellectual Property—Copyright Suits
7-3.600 Specialized Sections
9-4.128 17 U.S.C.: Copyrights
9-59.100 Economic Espionage Act of 1996 (18 U.S.C. §§ 1831-1837)—Prosecutive Policy
9-64.111 Counterfeiting—18 U.S.C. § 489—Prosecution Policy
9-71.001 Introduction
9-71.010 Prosecution Policy
9-71.015 Reporting Requirements

CORAM NOBIS
2-4.122 Criminal Cases—Other
9-2.170 Decision to Appeal and to File Petitions in Appellate Courts

CORE HOURS
see HOURS OF DUTY

CORPORATE BOARDS OF DIRECTORS
1-4.340 Civic Organizations, Professional Boards and Committees, and State Grievance Committees
3-4.734 Financial Disclosure Requirements

CORPORATE DEFENDANTS
5-11.114 Individual and Corporate Defendants
9-16.050 Pleas by Corporations

CORPORATE RECORDS
9-13.410 Guidelines for Issuing Grand Jury or Trial Subpoena to Attorneys for Information Relating to the Representation of Clients

CORPORATE SECURITIES
9-61.010 Introduction
9-61.500 Counterfeiting and Forging of State and Corporate Securities—18 U.S.C. § 513
9-61.510 Counterfeiting and Forging Securities—Prosecution Policy

CORPORATE TARGETS
7-1.200 Notification to Targets
9-90.210 Contacts with the Intelligence Community Regarding Criminal Investigations or Prosecutions

CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTIONS AND OFFICERS
9-2.021 Armed Forces Enlistment as an Alternative to Federal Prosecution
9-65.611 General Prosecutive Policy Under 18 U.S.C. § 111

CORRUPT PRACTICES
9-2.410 Prior Approvals Chart
9-47.100 Introduction
9-47.110 Policy Concerning Criminal Investigations and Prosecutions of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act
9-47.130 Civil Injunctive Actions

COST BONDS
9-2.420 Prior Approvals Chart
9-112.220 Procedures for In Forma Pauperis Petitions
9-112.320 Cost Bond Procedures
9-112.330 Administrative Forfeiture by Settlement Agreement After a Cost Bond has been Filed
9-113.310 Use of Administrative Forfeiture in Settlement of Civil Judicial Forfeitures Stemming From Administrative Actions

COSTS
3-5.211 General Guidance on Filing Discrimination Complaints
3-8.240 Payment of Travel Expenses of Defendant and Counsel to Attend Depositions Taken at the Instance of the Government
3-8.250 Interpreters
3-8.420 Court Reporters
3-8.520 Expenses Incurred on Behalf of Indigents
3-8.570 Expenses Incurred in a Foreclosure Proceeding Brought on Behalf of a Government Agency or Corporation
3-8.625 Chargeable to Other Agencies
3-9.100 Introduction
3-10.170 Prejudgment Agreements to Pay
3-10.220 Bill of Cost
3-11.145 Application of Payments for Civil Debts
3-11.146 Application of Payments for Criminal Debts
3-12.100 Role of the Executive Office for United States Attorneys
3-19.713 Interpreters
3-19.820 Payment of Travel Expenses of Defendant and Counsel to Attend Depositions Taken at the Instance of the Government
4-5.413 Constitutional Torts—Analysis of Complaint
4-5.422 Disposition of Cases Under the Vaccine Program
4-5.650 FTCA Staff—Medicare Recovery Cases
4-6.332 Area 3—Government Information—General Information for Particular Case Types (Including Jurisdiction and Exhaustion of Administrative Remedies)
4-9.000 Common Litigation Issues
4-10.010 Judgment Against the Government—Generally
5-1.310 Authority of United States Attorneys to Initiate Actions Without Prior Authorization, i.e., Direct Referral Cases
5-1.322 Assignment of Actions Generally
5-5.140 Costs
5-5.153 Collection of Claims or Judgments
5-7.312 Authority of United States Attorneys to Defend Actions Without Prior Authorization
5-12.320 Direct Referral Civil Cases Not Requiring Prior Approval by the Assistant Attorney General
5-15.532 Title Evidence Usually Supplied by Acquiring Agency
5-15.545 Stipulation of Exclusion
5-15.556 Reimbursement in Certain Cases for Moving, Relocation and Related Expenses
5-15.620 Settlement Procedures
5-15.630 Authority of United States Attorneys to Settle Condemnation Cases
5-15.650 Dismissal or Abandonment of Condemnation Case
6-4.340 Sentencing
6-4.350 Costs of Prosecution
6-5.720 Adverse or Partially Adverse Decisions
6-6.612 Closing Out Cases Compromised or Conceded—Concessions
6-6.622 Concessions of Government Claims
6-7.100 Duties of the Post-Litigation Unit
6-7.200 Delivery of Checks
9-13.516 Cost of Obtaining Evidence
9-13.530 Special Considerations—Translations
9-13.535 Depositions
9-13.540 Assisting Foreign Prosecutors
9-27.420 Plea Agreements—Considerations to be Weighed
9-76.340 Transportation—Railroad Safety—Civil Penalty Provisions
9-112.320 Cost Bond Procedures
9-112.330 Administrative Forfeiture by Settlement Agreement After a Cost Bond has been Filed
9-114.200 Waiver of Costs to Owner Victims in Remission Cases
9-118.722 VII.B.2. Case Related Expenses
9-118.760 VII.F. Payment of Awards
9-119.105 EAJA Attorneys' Fees and Costs Payment from the Assets Forfeiture Fund—Approval/Consultation Procedure

COSTS OF PROSECUTION
6-4.340 Sentencing
6-4.350 Costs of Prosecution

COSTS RECOVERABLE BY AND FROM THE UNITED STATES
4-9.000 Common Litigation Issues

COUNSEL FOR INTELLIGENCE POLICY
1-2.106 Office of Intelligence Policy and Review

COUNSEL TO THE DIRECTOR (CTD)
1-8.001 Introduction
1-8.010 Congressional Contacts With USAOs
1-8.020 Congressional Requests for Public Information
1-8.021 Requests on Behalf of Represented Parties
1-8.030 Reference of Other Requests to CTD
1-8.040 Congressional Questionnaires, Surveys and General Accounting Office (GAO) Contacts
1-8.060 CTD Requests for Assistance from USAOs—Testimony and Document Production
1-8.070 Testimony or Assistance to State and Local Legislative Bodies
1-8.080 Legislative Requests or Proposals

COUNSELING
3-4.720 Affirmative Employment Programs—Upward Mobility Program
3-5.200 Processing Complaints of Discrimination
3-5.211 General Guidance on Filing Discrimination Complaints
3-7.320 Responsibilities
3-7.330 Procedures
3-7.340 Emergency Victim/Witness Programs
9-19.220 Procedures Where Privileged Materials Sought Are in Possession of a Disinterested Third Party Physician, Lawyer, or Clergyman
9-19.230 Procedures Where Materials Sought Are in Possession of a Disinterested Third Party Professional Involved in a Doctor-Like Therapeutic Relationship
9-21.100 Eligibility For the Witness Security Program

COUNTERCLAIMS
4-3.140 Exceptions to the Redelegation of the Attorney General's Authority
4-6.250 Affirmative Cases—Counterclaims, Amicus Participation and Motions to Intervene
5-5.125 Suits Against the United States, Federal Agencies or Officials—Counterclaims
5-12.111 Cases Brought on Behalf of the United States
6-8.100 Responsibility of the Tax Division

COUNTERFEIT SECURITIES
9-61.510 Counterfeiting and Forging Securities—Prosecution Policy

COUNTERFEITING
1-2.121 International Criminal Police Organization-United States National Central Bureau (INTERPOL-USNCB)
6-4.200 Tax Division Jurisdiction and Procedures
9-49.000 Fraud in Connection with Access Devices and Credit Cards
9-61.010 Introduction
9-61.200 National Stolen Property Act—18 U.S.C. § 2311, 2314, and 2315
9-61.210 National Stolen Property Act—Prosecution Policy
9-61.500 Counterfeiting and Forging of State and Corporate Securities—18 U.S.C. § 513
9-61.510 Counterfeiting and Forging Securities—Prosecution Policy
9-64.111 Counterfeiting—18 U.S.C. § 489—Prosecution Policy
9-68.100 Introduction
9-68.150 Trademark Counterfeiting—Reporting Requirements
9-68.500 Trademark Counterfeiting—Notification to the United States Attorney of Applications for Ex Parte Seizure Orders
9-71.001 Introduction
9-71.010 Prosecution Policy
9-71.015 Reporting Requirements

COUNTERTERRORISM
1-2.303 Federal Bureau of Investigation

COURT APPOINTED EXPERTS
3-8.280 Payment of Expert Witnesses Appointed by the Court Under Federal Rules of Evidence

COURT COSTS
3-9.100 Introduction
3-10.170 Prejudgment Agreements to Pay
3-11.145 Application of Payments for Civil Debts
3-12.100 Role of the Executive Office for United States Attorneys
4-9.000 Common Litigation Issues
4-10.010 Judgment Against the Government—Generally
5-5.140 Costs
5-5.153 Collection of Claims or Judgments
6-7.100 Duties of the Post-Litigation Unit
6-7.200 Delivery of Checks
see also COSTS

COURT INTERPRETERS ACT OF 1978
3-8.250 Interpreters
3-19.713 Interpreters
see also INTERPRETERS

COURT OF FEDERAL CLAIMS (CFC)
2-4.221 Civil Cases—Appeals to the Federal Circuit From District Courts
3-8.510 Transcripts
4-1.212 Commercial Litigation Branch
4-1.313 Retained Cases
4-4.200 Court of Federal Claims and Federal Circuit—Contacts
4-4.210 Court of Federal Claims
4-4.220 Federal Circuit
4-4.310 Intellectual Property—Copyright Suits
4-4.320 Patent Suits
4-4.330 Suits Involving Trademarks, Trade Secrets, or Technical Data
4-4.420 Contracts
4-5.422 Disposition of Cases Under the Vaccine Program
4-5.120 Torts Branch Components—Constitutional and Specialized Torts
4-5.421 National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program—Introduction
4-5.422 Disposition of Cases Under the Vaccine Program
4-5.423 Action Following Receipt of a Vaccine Case
4-5.510 Environmental Torts (Formerly Environmental and Occupational Disease Litigation (EODL))—Introduction
6-5.600 Suits for Refund of Taxes Paid—Generally

COURT OF INTERNATIONAL TRADE
4-1.212 Commercial Litigation Branch
4-1.313 Retained Cases
4-4.220 Federal Circuit

COURT ORDERED MENTAL EXAM
see MENTAL EXAMINATIONS

COURT REPORTERS
3-8.210 Depositions
3-8.420 Court Reporters
3-8.430 Employment of Independent Reporters
3-8.440 Employment of Additional Reporters in Lands Cases
3-8.450 Grand Jury Reporting
3-8.510 Transcripts
3-13.400 Reporting and Transcription Services
3-13.410 Use of Official Court Reporters
3-15.120 Information Security
9-13.540 Assisting Foreign Prosecutors

COURT RULES
see LOCAL COURT RULES

COURT SECURITY
1-2.307 U.S. Marshals Service—Responsibilities to United States Attorneys
1-2.309 U.S. Marshals Service—Procedures Relative to Threats Against United States Attorneys and other Officials
3-15.120 Information Security

COURT'S SUPERVISORY POWER
9-11.233 Presentation of Exculpatory Evidence

COURT-ORDERED CHILD VISITATION
9-21.400 Procedures for Securing Protection

COURTS OF APPEALS
see generally Title 2, Chapter 3

COVENANT NOT TO SUE
4-3.400 Consummation of Compromise of Claims of the United States—Generally
4-3.430 Payment of Compromises—Compromise Payable by Client Agency or Insurer

COVERED POSITIONS
1-4.200 Public Financial Disclosure Reports
1-4.220 Confidential Financial Disclosure Reports

CREDIT CARDS
1-2.121 International Criminal Police Organization-United States National Central Bureau (INTERPOL-USNCB)
9-43.100 Prosecution Policy Relating to Mail Fraud and Wire Fraud
9-49.000 Fraud in Connection with Access Devices and Credit Cards
9-61.244 National Stolen Property Act—Securities

CREDIT INTEREST
3-11.145 Application of Payments for Civil Debts

CREDIT REPORTS
3-9.230 Financial Litigation Records
3-12.414 Suspense of Criminal Fines—Criminal Debt is Uncollectible
3-12.415 Suspense of Criminal Fines—Defendant is Unlocatable
3-12.600 Efforts for Victims of Crime
9-11.141 Fair Credit Reporting Act and Grand Jury Subpoenas

CREDIT UNIONS
9-105.320 Reporting Requirements Pertaining to Financial Institutions

CRIME CONTROL ACT OF 1990
3-7.100 History and Overview
3-7.300 Guidelines on Victim and Witness Assistance—Introduction
3-7.320 Responsibilities

CRIME OF NATIONAL NOTORIETY
see CASES OF NATIONAL INTEREST and PUBLIC FIGURES

CRIME OF VIOLENCE
9-8.110 Certification
9-21.020 Scope
9-27.300 Selecting Charges—Charging Most Serious Offenses
9-60.500 Criminal Solicitation
9-63.517 Supreme Court Decision in ”Bailey v. United States•
9-63.1200 Gangs and Gang-Related Youth Violence—Approval/Consultation Requirements
9-110.800 Violent Crimes in Aid of Racketeering Activity (18 U.S.C. § 1959)
9-110.815 Prosecution Memorandum—Section 1959

CRIMINAL ALIEN INSTITUTIONAL HEARING PROGRAM
1-2.401 Executive Office for Immigration Review

CRIMINAL ALIENS
1-2.401 Executive Office for Immigration Review
9-73.500 Immigration Violations—Deportation
9-73.520 Immigration Violations—Deportation of Criminal Aliens

CRIMINAL DEBT ENFORCEMENT PROCEEDINGS
3-12.350 Enforcement Proceedings

CRIMINAL FINES
1-2.119 Executive Office for United States Attorneys
3-9.100 Introduction
3-12.100 Role of the Executive Office for United States Attorneys
3-12.200 Responsibilities of the United States Attorneys
3-12.300 Enforcement of Criminal Debts During Appeal
3-12.320 Enforcement of Criminal Debts During Incarceration
3-12.330 Fines and Restitution Imposed as Conditions of Probation
3-12.340 Liens Against the Defendant's Property
3-12.350 Enforcement Proceedings
3-12.360 Waiver of Interest and Penalties
3-12.400 Suspense of Criminal Collection Activity
3-12.411 Suspense of Criminal Fines—Deportation
3-12.412 Suspense of Criminal Fines—Payment is Not Immediate
3-12.413 Suspense of Criminal Fines—Stay of Enforcement
3-12.414 Suspense of Criminal Fines—Criminal Debt is Uncollectible
3-12.415 Suspense of Criminal Fines—Defendant is Unlocatable
3-12.420 Approval Necessary to Suspend Collection Action
3-12.510 Remission—Uncollectible Fines
4-4.540 Defense of Foreclosure, Quiet Title, and Partition Actions—28 U.S.C. § 2410
9-113.109 Tax Obligations, Fines, Penalties, and Other Monetary Obligations in Forfeiture Settlements
9-139.020 Investigatory and Supervisory Jurisdiction for Miscellaneous Labor Statutes

CRIMINAL HISTORIES
1-7.540 Disclosure of Information Concerning Person's Prior Criminal Record
6-4.340 Sentencing
9-2.031 Dual and Successive Prosecution Policy ("Petite Policy")
9-10.040 Submissions to the Department of Justice
9-21.100 Eligibility For the Witness Security Program
9-23.210 Decision to Request Immunity—The Public Interest
9-27.230 Initiating and Declining Charges—Substantial Federal Interest
9-27.420 Plea Agreements: Considerations to be Weighed
9-27.620 Entering into Non-prosecution Agreements in Return for Cooperation—Considerations to be Weighed
9-27.720 Establishing Factual Basis for Sentence

CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION DIVISION (CID)
6-4.110 IRS Administrative Investigations

CRIMINAL JURISDICTION—MARITIME, TERRITORIAL AND INDIAN
see generally Title 9, Chapter 20

CRIMINAL JUSTICE ACT
3-8.250 Interpreters
3-8.280 Payment of Expert Witnesses Appointed by the Court Under Federal Rules of Evidence
3-8.520 Expenses Incurred on Behalf of Indigents
3-19.713 Interpreters
3-19.714 Payment of Expert Witnesses Appointed by the Court Under Federal Rules of Evidence

CRIMINAL JUSTICE INFORMATION SERVICES (CJIS)
1-2.303 Federal Bureau of Investigation

CRIMINAL REFERENCE LETTER (CRL)
6-4.110 IRS Administrative Investigations
6-4.215 Expedited Review
6-4.216 Priority Review
6-4.241 Review of CRLs

CRIMINAL STREET GANGS
see GANGS

CRIMINAL TAX MANUAL
6-1.130 Other Relevant Manuals for United States Attorneys
6-4.011 Criminal Tax Manual and Other Tax Division Publications

CROP ERADICATION
1-2.302 Drug Enforcement Administration

CROSS DESIGNATION OF STATE AND LOCAL ATTORNEYS
3-1.200 Prior Approval Requirements
3-4.213 Excepted Service
3-4.334 Temporary Assignment Under Intergovernmental Personnel Act
see also SPECIAL ASSISTANT UNITED STATES ATTORNEYS (SAUSA)

CROSS-APPEALS
2-2.131 Serving and Filing Notice of Appeal—Upon Decision to Appeal or Cross-Appeal
2-2.132 Serving and Filing Notice of Appeal—Pending Decision to Appeal or Cross-Appeal
2-4.222 Civil Cases—Cross-Appeals
6-5.700 Procedure Upon Lower Court Rendering a Favorable Decision—Taxpayer Appeal

CROSS-CLAIMS
4-3.140 Exceptions to the Redelegation of the Attorney General's Authority

CROSS-EXAMINATION
9-5.100 Policy Regarding the Disclosure to Prosecutors of Potential Impeachment Information Concerning Law Enforcement Agency Witnesses ("Giglio Policy")
9-13.600 Use of Hypnosis
9-27.650 Records of Non-Prosecution Agreements

CRUISE SHIPS
9-110.900 The Gambling Ship Act—18 U.S.C. §§ 1081 et seq.

CULTS
9-60.112 Prosecution Policy—Allegations of "Mental Kidnapping" or "Brainwashing" by Religious Cults
9-60.113 Prosecution Policy—"Deprogramming" of Religious Sect Members

CULTURAL DIVERSITY
3-5.100 Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) Policy

CULTURAL PROPERTY
5-7.300 Processing and Handling Cases—Special Provisions

CURATIVE TITLE MATERIALS
5-15.538 Title Evidence—Curative Materials

CURRENCY TRANSACTION REPORTS (CTRS)
9-79.200 Bank Records and Foreign Transactions Act

CUSTODIAL INTERFERENCE
9-60.111 Kidnapping/Missing Persons—Prosecution Policy
9-69.421 Parental Kidnapping
9-74.010 Supervisory Authority
9-74.200 International Parental Kidnapping

CUSTODY OF EVIDENCE
3-13.250 Evidence
3-15.120 Information Security

CUSTOMER ALLOCATION
7-4.100 Sherman Act, 15 U.S.C. Secs. 1 to 7

CUSTOMS
3-2.140 Authority
3-7.210 Membership
4-1.213 Federal Programs Branch
4-6.380 Area 8—Foreign and Domestic Commerce
9-4.126 15 U.S.C.: Commerce and Trade
9-4.127 16 U.S.C.: Conservation
9-4.128 17 U.S.C.: Copyrights
9-4.129 18 U.S.C. 1-2725: Crimes
9-4.131 18 U.S.C.: Appendixes
9-4.134 21 U.S.C.: Food and Drugs
9-4.135 22 U.S.C.: Foreign Relations and Intercourse
9-4.139 26 U.S.C.: Internal Revenue Code
9-4.146 31 U.S.C.: Money and Finance
9-4.165 46 U.S.C. Appendix: Shipping
9-4.168 49 U.S.C.: Transportation
9-4.170 50 U.S.C.: War and National Defense
9-4.171 50 U.S.C.: Appendix
9-19.400 Non-Applicability in Certain Situations
9-27.250 Non-Criminal Alternatives to Prosecution
9-59.110 Economic Espionage Act—Assignment of Responsibilities
9-65.611 General Prosecutive Policy Under 18 U.S.C. § 111
9-68.100 Introduction
9-73.600 Passport/Visa Violations—18 U.S.C. §§ 1541 to 1546
9-75.084 Child Pornography—Prosecution Policy—Prospective Policy Generally and in Multi-District Investigations
9-75.400 Obscenity/Sexual Exploitation—Forfeiture Procedures
9-75.410 Obscenity/Sexual Exploitation—Request to Re-export
9-90.610 Export Administration Act—50 U.S.C.App. §§ 2401 to 2420
9-90.620 Arms Export Control Act—22 U.S.C. § 2778
9-100.100 Controlled Substance Destruction Procedures
9-111.600 Seized Cash Management
9-112.320 Cost Bond Procedures
9-112.330 Administrative Forfeiture by Settlement Agreement After a Cost Bond has been Filed
9-113.500 Acceptance of a Monetary Amount in Lieu of Forfeiture
9-116.100 General Adoption Policy and Procedure
9-118.740 VII.D. Limitations on Use of the Fund—1. Items Not Payable From the Fund
9-118.990 X. U.S. CUSTOMS SERVICE FORFEITURES

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