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S VISAS
9-21.410 Illegal Aliens
9-65.811 Authority to Initiate Prosecution
9-72.100 S Visa Program
9-73.010 Immigration Violations—Supervisory Responsibility

SABBATICALS
3-1.200 Prior Approval Requirements
3-4.334 Temporary Assignment Under Intergovernmental Personnel Act

SABOTAGE
9-2.136 Investigative and Prosecutive Policy for International Terrorism Matters
9-2.400 Prior Approvals Chart
9-2.410 Prior Approvals Chart
9-2.420 Prior Approvals Chart
9-63.100 Aircraft Piracy and Related Offenses
9-63.200 Destruction of Aircraft and Motor Vehicles and Related Offenses (18 U.S.C. §§ 31 - 35)
9-63.221 Prosecutive Policy for 18 U.S.C. § 32(b)
9-90.020 National Security Matters—Prior Approval, Consultation, and Notification Requirements

SAFE DRINKING WATER
5-6.130 Statutes Administered
5-11.101 Statutes Administered
5-12.100 Area of Responsibility—Statutes Administered
see also CLEAN WATER

SAFE STREETS
1-2.305 The Office of Justice Programs
3-8.250 Interpreters
3-19.713 Interpreters
8-2.240 Coordination and Review Section
8-2.241 Civil Laws Governing Law Enforcement Misconduct
8-2.260 Special Litigation Section
9-7.301 Consensual Monitoring—General Use
9-7.302 Consensual Monitoring—"Procedures for Lawful, Warrantless Interceptions of Verbal Communications"

SAFETY AND HEALTH COORDINATOR
3-15.180 Occupational Safety and Health Program

SALE OF FORFEITED PROPERTY
9-115.300 Disposition of Forfeited Property
9-115.310 Disposition of Forfeited Property Pursuant to 21 U.S.C § 881(e), 21 U.S.C. § 853(h), and 18 U.S.C. § 1963(f) and (g).
9-118.200 II. Definitions
9-118.430 IV.C. Cash
9-118.510 V.A. Equitable Transfers Generally
9-118.520 V.B. Factors Governing the Amount of the Equitable Transfer
9-118.620 VI.B. Sale of Forfeited Property
9-118.730 VII.C. Liens and Mortgages

SAME ACT OR TRANSACTION
9-2.031 Dual and Successive Prosecution Policy ("Petite Policy")
9-2.112 Statutory Limitations—Prosecutions

SAMOA
3-4.300 Employment (General)

SARA TITLE III
5-11.101 Statutes Administered

SATELLITES
9-60.200 Criminal Sanctions Against Illegal Electronic Surveillance

SATISFACTION
3-9.110 Enforcement Responsibility
3-9.120 Designation of Assistant United States Attorney Responsible for Financial Litigation
3-9.230 Financial Litigation Records
3-12.200 Responsibilities of the United States Attorneys
3-12.340 Liens Against the Defendant's Property
4-3.420 Consummation of Compromise of Judgments in Favor of the United States
4-5.412 Constitutional Torts—Representation Process
5-15.582 Satisfaction of Deficiency Judgments
6-5.112 Writ of Ne Exeat
6-6.613 Closing Out Cases Compromised or Conceded—Issuance of Refund Checks

SAUSA
see SPECIAL ASSISTANT UNITED STATES ATTORNEY

SAVINGS BONDS
9-111.600 Seized Cash Management

SCHEDULE A EMPLOYEES
3-4.213 Excepted Service

SCIENTIFIC EVIDENCE
4-8.240 Motions Commonly Filed

SCOPE OF EMPLOYMENT
4-5.220 Torts Branch Procedures—Substantive Considerations in FTCA Litigation
4-5.412 Constitutional Torts—Representation Process
4-5.413 Constitutional Torts—Analysis of Complaint
4-5.630 FTCA Staff—Substitution of the United States for Federal Employees
4-6.390 Area 10—Employment Discrimination Litigation

SEA PIRACY
9-2.136 Investigative and Prosecutive Policy for International Terrorism Matters
9-2.400 Prior Approvals Chart

SEALING OF DOCUMENTS AND TRANSCRIPTS
9-5.150 Authorization to Close Judicial Proceedings to Members of the Press and Public
9-7.250 Use and Unsealing of Title III Affidavits
9-11.330 Consultation With the Criminal Division About Reports
9-21.940 Special Handling

SEAMEN'S INJURIES
4-5.310 Admiralty Litigation

SEARCH AND RESCUE
4-5.310 Admiralty Litigation

SEARCH WARRANTS
1-2.301 Bureau of Prisons
1-7.600 Assisting the News Media
4-6.332 Area 3—Government Information—General Information for Particular Case Types (Including Jurisdiction and Exhaustion of Administrative Remedies)
4-8.200 Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act Litigation
5-11.111 Policy-Making, Support, and Other Functions of the ENRD
6-4.130 Search Warrants
9-2.400 Prior Approvals Chart
9-2.410 Prior Approvals Chart
9-2.420 Prior Approvals Chart
9-7.200 Video Surveillance—Closed Circuit Television—Department of Justice Approval Required When There Is A Reasonable Expectation of Privacy
9-7.250 Use and Unsealing of Title III Affidavits
9-11.120 Power of a Grand Jury Limited by Its Function
9-13.420 Searches of Premises of Subject Attorneys
9-19.200 Introduction
9-19.210 Procedures Where Materials Sought Are in Possession of a Disinterested Third Party
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
9-19.240 Procedures Where Materials Sought Are in Possession of a Person Who Holds Them in Relation to Some Form of Public Communication
9-19.300 Considerations Bearing on Choice of Methods
9-19.600 Criminal Tax Offenses
9-21.1010 Results of Witnesses' Testimony
9-65.140 Publicity Concerning Threats Against Government Officials
9-90.020 National Security Matters—Prior Approval, Consultation, and Notification Requirements

SEARCHES OF PREMISES OF SUBJECT ATTORNEYS
9-13.420 Searches of Premises of Subject Attorneys
see also NEWS MEDIA PREMISES

SEARCHING AND SEIZING COMPUTERS
9-13.420 Searches of Premises of Subject Attorneys
9-48.000 Computer Fraud

SEASONAL EMPLOYEES
3-4.340 Other Than Full-Time Career Employment (Part-Time, Seasonal, On-Call, and Intermittent)

SECONDARY PAYORS
4-5.650 FTCA Staff—Medicare Recovery Cases

SECRECY OF GRAND JURY MATERIALS
see GRAND JURY SECRECY

SECRET SERVICE
9-2.050 Dismissal of Indictments and Informations
9-4.129 18 U.S.C. 1-2725: Crimes
9-4.139 26 U.S.C.: Internal Revenue Code
9-64.111 Counterfeiting—18 U.S.C. § 489—Prosecution Policy
9-64.400 False Identification—18 U.S.C. § 1028
9-65.100 Protection of the President, Presidential Staff, and Certain Secret Service Protectees
9-65.110 Protection of the President and Secret Service Protectees— Notification Requirement
9-65.140 Publicity Concerning Threats Against Government Officials
9-65.200 Threats Against the President and Successors to the Presidency; Threats Against Former Presidents; and Certain Other Secret Service Protectees
9-65.300 Presidential Assassination Statute—18 U.S.C. § 1751
9-65.400 Protection of Temporary Residences and Offices of the President and Other Secret Service Protectees (18 U.S.C. § 1752)
9-65.402 Presidential Visit-United States Attorney's Responsibility
9-65.463 Competency-Utilization of Federal Facility
9-65.500 Interference with or Obstruction of the Secret Service—18 U.S.C. § 3056(d)
9-65.611 General Prosecutive Policy Under 18 U.S.C. § 111
9-65.800 Protection of Foreign Officials, Internationally Protected Persons (IPPs) and Official Guests
9-65.881 Demonstrations—Procedures

SECRETARY OF STATE
1-2.302 Drug Enforcement Administration
1-4.500 Gifts Received From Foreign Governments
9-2.420 Prior Approvals Chart
9-15.700 Foreign Extradition Requests
9-118.800 VIII. Transfer of Forfeited Property to Foreign Countries
9-119.107 Equitable Sharing in International Cases— Approval/Consultation Procedure
see also STATE DEPARTMENT

SECRETARY OF THE INTERIOR
5-14.130 Information Concerning the Conduct of Indian Litigation by the United States
5-14.300 Processing and Handling of Cases—Requests for Representation by Individual Indians to United States Attorneys
5-15.632 Authority of Agency Representatives to Recommend Acceptance or Rejection of Settlement Offers
9-37.120 Memorandum, cont'd—Definition of "Retroactively"
see also DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR

SECRETARY TO THE UNITED STATES ATTORNEY (SUSA)
3-4.300 Employment (General)

SECURE COMMUNICATIONS
3-15.140 Communications Security
3-15.300 Security Education and Awareness

SECURE TELEPHONE UNIT-THIRD GENERATION (STU-III)
3-15.140 Communications Security

SECURED AND UNSECURED CREDITORS AND CLAIMS
4-4.410 Bankruptcy Proceedings; Claims in Bankruptcy
9-118.742 VII.D.2. Claims of Unsecured Creditors

SECURITIES
4-3.210 Compromising Claims Against a Going Business Concern
4-8.310 From Investigating to Sentencing
5-1.310 Authority of United States Attorneys to Initiate Actions Without Prior Authorization, i.e., Direct Referral Cases
7-3.600 Specialized Sections
9-27.250 Non-Criminal Alternatives to Prosecution
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
9-61.244 National Stolen Property Act—Securities
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
9-61.700 Motor Vehicle Theft Prevention Statutes
9-64.111 Counterfeiting—18 U.S.C. § 489—Prosecution Policy
9-118.200 II. Definitions

SECURITY CLEARANCE
3-15.110 Personnel Security
3-15.120 Information Security
9-11.244 Presence of an Interpreter
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
see also BACKGROUND INVESTIGATION and CLASSIFIED INFORMATION

SECURITY EDUCATION AND TRAINING
3-15.010 Introduction
3-15.300 Security Education and Awareness

SECURITY INCIDENT REPORTS
3-15.010 Introduction
3-15.160 Reporting Security Incidents and Emergency Security Support

SECURITY OF CASH
3-11.135 Security of Cash Which Cannot be Converted Immediately

SECURITY PROGRAMS
see generally Title 3, Chapter 15
1-2.119 Executive Office for United States Attorneys
see also
9-90.210 Contacts with the Intelligence Community Regarding Criminal Investigations or Prosecutions

SEDITION
9-2.420 Prior Approvals Chart
9-90.020 National Security Matters—Prior Approval, Consultation, and Notification Requirements

SEGREGATION
see DESEGREGATION

SEIZED AND FORFEITED PROPERTY—ATTORNEY GENERAL'S GUIDELINES
see generally Title 9, Chapter 118

SEIZED AND FORFEITED PROPERTY—USE AND DISPOSITION
see generally Title 9, Chapter 115

SEIZED ASSET DEPOSIT FUND
9-111.600 Seized Cash Management
9-112.320 Cost Bond Procedures
9-116.600 Transfer of Property Forfeited under the Magnuson Fisheries Conservation and Management Act from the Department of Justice to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
9-117.100 Transfer of Funds From the Seized Asset Deposit Fund to the Assets Forfeiture Fund
9-118.200 II. Definitions
9-118.600 VI. Sale of Seized and Forfeited Property—A. Pre-Forfeiture Sale of Seized Property
9-118.790 VII.I. Cash Management
9-119.108 Exceptions to Cash Management Policy— Approval/Consultation Procedure

SEIZED CASH
1-2.308 U.S. Marshals Service—Asset Seizure and Forfeiture
1-3.000 Prior Approval Requirements
9-111.600 Seized Cash Management
9-118.200 II. Definitions
9-118.790 VII.I. Cash Management
9-119.108 Exceptions to Cash Management Policy— Approval/Consultation Procedure

SEIZED PROPERTY
1-2.306 U.S. Marshals Service—Generally
1-2.307 U.S. Marshals Service—Responsibilities to United States Attorneys
3-13.240 Seized Property
6-4.200 Tax Division Jurisdiction and Procedures
6-4.270 Criminal Division Responsibility
9-66.200 Protection of Government Property—Personalty
9-112.210 Sixty-Day Notice Period in All Administrative Forfeiture Cases
9-113.320 Use of Administrative Forfeiture in Settlement of Civil Judicial Forfeitures not Stemming from Administrative Actions
9-115.100 Role of the United States Marshals Service
9-115.200 Use of Seized Property by Department of Justice Personnel
9-115.202 Use of Seized Property Where Custody is Retained by the State or Local Seizing Agency
9-116.110 Federal Adoption Form
9-116.540 Asset Seizure, Management and Case-Related Expenses
9-118.200 II. Definitions
9-118.400 IV. Federal Retention and Use of Forfeited Property—A. General Authorization
9-118.450 IV.E. Investigative Bureau and Department Component Official Use Policies
9-118.600 VI. Sale of Seized and Forfeited Property—A. Pre-Forfeiture Sale of Seized Property
9-118.722 VII.B.2. Case Related Expenses
9-118.990 X. U.S. CUSTOMS SERVICE FORFEITURES
9-119.113 Judicial Forfeiture of Property that is Administratively Forfeitable—Approval/Consultation Procedure

SEIZURE EXPENSES
9-116.540 Asset Seizure, Management and Case-Related Expenses

SEIZURE WARRANTS
9-111.130 Pre-Indictment and Other Forfeiture Coordination
9-111.250 Obtaining Criminal Forfeiture Seizure Warrants for Property Located Outside Districts
9-116.120 Federal Investigative Agency Review of Adoption Requests
9-117.210 Payment of Costs and Attorneys' Fees From the Assets Forfeiture Fund—Procedure

SELECTIVE PROSECUTION
4-8.240 Motions Commonly Filed
9-8.190 Prosecutorial Discretion

SELECTIVE SERVICE
1-2.113 Standards for Considering Commutation Petitions
4-6.360 Area 6—National Security, Military and Foreign Relations
9-2.111 Statutory Limitations—Declinations
9-2.420 Prior Approvals Chart
9-79.400 Failure to Register with the Selective Service System

SELF-INCRIMINATION
6-5.210 Summons Litigation—Enforcement Cases—Direct Referrals
9-11.151 Advice of "Rights" of Grand Jury Witnesses
9-11.152 Requests by Subjects and Targets to Testify Before the Grand Jury
9-11.154 Advance Assertions of an Intention to Claim the Fifth Amendment Privilege Against Compulsory Self-Incrimination
9-23.100 Witness Immunity—Generally
9-23.250 Immunity for the Act of Producing Records
9-27.600 Entering into Non-prosecution Agreements in Return for Cooperation—Generally
9-39.000 Contempt of Court

SENATE CONFIRMATION
1-2.115 Office of Policy Development
1-4.200 Public Financial Disclosure Reports

SENIOR EXECUTIVE SERVICE
1-2.102 Office of the Deputy Attorney General
1-4.200 Public Financial Disclosure Reports
1-4.400 Political Activity (the Hatch Act)
3-4.200 Personnel
3-4.430 Performance Management—Performance Appraisal for Attorneys and Non-attorneys
3-4.431 Performance Rating Grievances
3-8.730 Foreign Travel

SENIOR LIENS
4-4.541 Actions Not Within 28 U.S.C. § 2410

SENSITIVE CIRCUMSTANCES
9-7.301 Consensual Monitoring—General Use
9-7.302 Consensual Monitoring—"Procedures for Lawful, Warrantless Interceptions of Verbal Communications"
9-73.020 Immigration Violations—Guidelines for Undercover Operations

SENSITIVE COMPARTMENTED INFORMATION (SCI)
3-15.110 Personnel Security

SENSITIVE MATTERS
9-2.155 Sensitive Matters
9-42.500 Referral Procedures—Relationship and Coordination With the Statutory Inspectors General
see also CLASSIFIED INFORMATION

SENTENCE AGREEMENTS
9-27.400 Plea Agreements Generally
9-27.420 Plea Agreements: Considerations to be Weighed
9-138.130 Coordination with the Department of Labor
see also PLEA BARGAINS

SENTENCING APPEALS
9-2.170 Decision to Appeal and to File Petitions in Appellate Courts
9-16.001 Legal Considerations
9-16.330 Plea Agreements and Sentencing Appeal Waivers

SENTENCING COMMISSION
7-5.613 Sentencing Recommendations
9-27.400 Plea Agreements Generally
9-27.450 Records of Plea Agreements
9-34.000 Preparation of Reports on Convicted Prisoners for the Parole Commission
9-105.330 Consultation Requirements
9-138.040 Consultation Prior to Relief of Convicted Individuals From Labor-Management and Pension-Welfare Position Disqualification

SENTENCING ENHANCEMENT
9-2.410 Prior Approvals Chart
9-60.020 Sentencing Enhancement—"Three Strikes" Law

SENTENCING GUIDELINE DEPARTURES
9-27.400 Plea Agreements Generally
9-27.720 Establishing Factual Basis for Sentence
9-27.745 Unwarranted Sentencing Departures by the Court
9-111.120 Net Equity Values

SENTENCING GUIDELINES
6-4.310 Major Count Policy/Plea Agreements
6-4.311 Application of Major Count Policy in Sentencing Guideline Cases
6-4.340 Sentencing
9-2.170 Decision to Appeal and to File Petitions in Appellate Courts
9-2.400 Prior Approvals Chart
9-2.410 Prior Approvals Chart
9-16.320 Plea Agreements and Restitution
9-27.300 Selecting Charges—Charging Most Serious Offenses
9-27.320 Additional Charges
9-27.400 Plea Agreements Generally
9-27.420 Plea Agreements—Considerations to be Weighed
9-27.730 Conditions for Making Sentencing Recommendations
9-27.745 Unwarranted Sentencing Departures by the Court
9-34.000 Preparation of Reports on Convicted Prisoners for the Parole Commission
9-105.330 Consultation Requirements

SEPARATION OF DUTIES
3-11.110 Definitions
3-11.120 Standards For Internal Financial Control-Employee Responsibilities
3-11.121 Independent Verification

SEPARATION OF JUVENILES FROM ADULTS
9-8.150 Detention of Juveniles

SEPARATION OF POWERS
4-5.412 Constitutional Torts—Representation Process
9-16.110 Plea Negotiations with Public Officials

SEQUENTIAL EVALUATION
4-6.396 Social Security Act Review Procedure

SEQUESTERED JURIES
1-2.307 U.S. Marshals Service—Responsibilities to United States Attorneys
9-27.420 Plea Agreements—Considerations to be Weighed

SERIOUS BODILY INJURY
3-15.170 Deputation (Authorization to Carry Firearms)
3-18.230 Urgent Reports on Other Matters
9-7.112 Emergency Interception
9-24.100 Procedures for Requesting Special Confinement Conditions for Bureau of Prisons Inmates Whose Communications Pose a Substantial Risk of Death or Serious Bodily Injury to Persons
9-110.800 Violent Crimes in Aid of Racketeering Activity (18 U.S.C. § 1959)

SERVICE BY PUBLICATION
4-7.200 Revocation of Naturalization
5-15.515 Transmittal of Papers to the Land Acquisition Section
9-113.310 Use of Administrative Forfeiture in Settlement of Civil Judicial Forfeitures Stemming From Administrative Actions
9-113.410 Civil Judicial Forfeiture Settlement Procedures

SERVICE OF PROCESS
4-2.300 Service of Process
4-4.541 Actions Not Within 28 U.S.C. § 2410
4-4.543 Removal of Actions Brought in State Courts
4-4.620 Extraterritorial Service
5-5.124 Suits Against the United States, Federal Agencies or Officials—Service of Process on the Attorney General
5-15.516 Transmittal of Record
6-5.111 Service of Process Abroad
6-5.220 Actions or Petitions to Quash or Enjoin IRS Summonses
6-5.322 Nature of the Suit
6-5.323 Procedures
9-69.400 Fugitive Felon Act—18 U.S.C. § 1073

SETOFFS AND OFFSETS
see JUDGMENT OFFSET AND SETOFFS

SETTLEMENT AGREEMENTS
3-9.230 Financial Litigation Records
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
4-3.432 Payment of Compromises—Federal Tort Claims Act Suits
4-5.240 Torts Branch Procedures—FTCA Payment Procedure
5-12.613 Settlement Policy in Suits Brought on Behalf of the Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency
9-111.123 Avoiding Liability Seizures
9-112.330 Administrative Forfeiture by Settlement Agreement After a Cost Bond has been Filed
9-113.300 Effecting Settlement Agreements Through Administrative Forfeiture
9-113.310 Use of Administrative Forfeiture in Settlement of Civil Judicial Forfeitures Stemming From Administrative Actions
9-113.320 Use of Administrative Forfeiture in Settlement of Civil Judicial Forfeitures not Stemming from Administrative Actions
9-113.400 Judicial Forfeiture Settlements and Petitions for Remission or Mitigation
9-113.410 Civil Judicial Forfeiture Settlement Procedures
9-113.420 Criminal Forfeiture Settlement Procedures

SETTLEMENT AUTHORITY
2-3.221 Settlement of Civil Division Cases on Appeal
4-3.110 Delegations of the Attorney General's Authority to Compromise and Close
4-5.230 Torts Branch Procedures—Settlement of Federal Tort Claims Act Suits
5-2.000 Prior Approvals
5-5.210 Settlement Authority of the Assistant Attorney General
5-5.220 Settlement Authority of Officers Within the Environment and Natural Resources Division
5-6.321 Actions Not Subject to Direct Referral to United States Attorneys—Prior Authorization Needed to Institute Action
5-7.600 Settlement and Dismissal of Cases—Generally
5-7.620 Transmittal of Compromise Offer to General Litigation Section—Recommendations With Respect to Acceptance
5-15.630 Authority of United States Attorneys to Settle Condemnation Cases
5-15.631 Limitations on Delegations
6-6.100 The Authority of the Attorney General to Compromise Cases
6-6.130 Redelegation of Authority to Compromise and Close Civil Claims
6-8.300 Compromise Authority of United States Attorneys
9-119.117 Settlement Authority (Attorney General Order 1598-92)—Approval/Consultation Procedure

SETTLEMENT CONFERENCES
1-8.030 Reference of Other Requests to CTD

SETTLEMENT DOCUMENTS
4-10.100 Payment and Satisfaction of Judgement Against the Government
9-113.101 Statutory Basis Requirement for Forfeiture by Settlement and Plea Bargaining in Civil and Criminal Actions
9-113.109 Tax Obligations, Fines, Penalties, and Other Monetary Obligations in Forfeiture Settlements

SEVENTH AMENDMENT
4-9.000 Common Litigation Issues

SEVERANCE
3-4.200 Personnel

SEXUAL ABUSE
9-13.600 Use of Hypnosis
9-75.010 Introduction
9-75.100 Sexual Abuse—18 U.S.C. §§ 2241 et seq.
9-75.500 Sexual Assault/Child Molestation—Federal Rules of Evidence

SEXUAL ASSAULT
3-7.340 Emergency Victim/Witness Programs
9-75.100 Sexual Abuse—18 U.S.C. §§ 2241 et seq.
9-75.500 Sexual Assault/Child Molestation—Federal Rules of Evidence

SEXUAL DISCRIMINATION
3-5.100 Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) Policy
3-5.200 Processing Complaints of Discrimination
8-2.140 Interventions

SEXUAL EXPLOITATION
9-75.010 Introduction
9-75.020 Obscenity, etc.—Authorization and General Prosecution Policies—Department Priorities
9-75.200 Transportation for Illegal Sexual Activity and Related Crimes—18 U.S.C. §§ 2421 et seq.
9-75.300 Obscenity/Sexual Exploitation—Venue
9-75.320 Obscenity/Sexual Exploitation—Federal-State Relations
9-75.400 Obscenity/Sexual Exploitation—Forfeiture Procedures
9-75.410 Obscenity/Sexual Exploitation—Request to Re-export

SEXUAL HARASSMENT
3-5.100 Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) Policy
3-5.103 Policy Statement on Sexual Harassment
3-5.800 Prevention of Sexual Harassment Contact Persons
4-6.390 Area 10—Employment Discrimination Litigation

SEXUAL ORIENTATION
3-5.100 Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) Policy
3-5.200 Processing Complaints of Discrimination
3-5.210 Who May File a Complaint
3-5.211 General Guidance on Filing Discrimination Complaints

SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASES
3-7.320 Responsibilities

SHARING OF GRAND JURY MATERIAL
9-11.260 Rule 6(e)(3)(C)(iv) Disclosure of Grand Jury Material to State and Local Law Enforcement Officials
see also GRAND JURY SECRECY

SHARING PERCENTAGES
9-118.530 V.C. Sharing Percentages

SHELF LANDS
5-11.101 Statutes Administered
5-12.100 Area of Responsibility—Statutes Administered

SHERMAN ACT
7-1.100 Department of Justice Policy and Responsibilities
7-4.010 Statutes in General
7-4.100 Sherman Act, 15 U.S.C. Secs. 1 to 7
7-5.420 Civil Actions Generally

SHIPPING
4-1.320 United States Attorney Responsibilities—Assistance Concerning Deposited Funds
4-3.430 Payment of Compromises—Compromise Payable by Client Agency or Insurer
5-6.130 Statutes Administered
5-12.100 Area of Responsibility—Statutes Administered
9-4.164 46 U.S.C.: Shipping
9-4.165 46 U.S.C. Appendix: Shipping
9-4.173 Repealed/Reclassified

SHOWUPS
9-13.100 Out of Court Identification Procedures

SHREDDERS
3-15.120 Information Security

SICK AND ANNUAL LEAVE
see LEAVE

SIGN LANGUAGE INTERPRETERS
1-11.300 Department Responsibilities
3-5.150 Employees With Disabilities
see also INTERPRETERS

SIMPLIFIED ACQUISITION SERVICES
3-19.100 Regular Witnesses

SINGLE JUDICIAL PROCEEDING
9-118.540 V.D. Decision-Making Authority

SIXTH AMENDMENT
9-13.600 Use of Hypnosis
9-15.200 Procedures For Requesting Extradition From Abroad
9-105.600 Prosecution Standards—Bona Fide Fees Paid to Attorneys for Representation in a Criminal Matter
see also RIGHT TO COUNSEL and REPRESENTATION

SKIPTRACING
3-10.160 Filing Complaint
3-12.400 Suspense of Criminal Collection Activity
3-12.415 Suspense of Criminal Fines—Defendant is Unlocatable

SLAVERY
see INVOLUNTARY SERVITUDE

SMALL BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (SBA)
4-6.385 Area 9—Government Corporations and Regulatory Agencies
8-2.210 Employment Litigation Section
8-2.213 Employment Litigation Section—Defensive Suits

SMITH ACT
9-90.020 National Security Matters—Prior Approval, Consultation, and Notification Requirements

SMUGGLING OF ALIENS
1-2.304 Immigration and Naturalization Service
9-73.020 Immigration Violations—Guidelines for Undercover Operations
9-73.100 Immigration Violations—8 U.S.C. § 1324

SOCIAL SECURITY
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
2-2.132 Serving and Filing Notice of Appeal—Pending Decision to Appeal or Cross-Appeal
2-3.222 Special Procedures for Adverse Decisions in Civil Division Cases Concerning Social Security Benefits Claims
4-1.310 Direct Referral Cases
4-1.511 Cases Delegated to United States Attorneys
4-6.395 Area 11—Disability Benefits and Employment Litigation
4-6.396 Social Security Act Review Procedure
4-6.397 Judgment Authorized
4-6.398 Social Security Act Attorney Fees
4-6.399 Telefax Critical Mail Procedures
9-42.100 Introduction
9-42.510 Social Security Fraud

SOCIAL WORKERS
9-19.230 Procedures Where Materials Sought Are in Possession of a Disinterested Third Party Professional Involved in a Doctor-Like Therapeutic Relationship

SOFTWARE
3-15.130 Computer Security
3-16.110 Case Management Reports—Automated Case Management Systems
4-8.310 From Investigating to Sentencing
6-5.210 Summons Litigation—Enforcement Cases—Direct Referrals
9-49.000 Fraud in Connection with Access Devices and Credit Cards
9-118.725 VII.B.5. Program Management Expenses

SOLDIERS' AND SAILORS' CIVIL RELIEF ACT
5-15.525 Service

SOLE PROPRIETORSHIP
9-23.250 Immunity for the Act of Producing Records

SOLICITATION
9-49.000 Fraud in Connection with Access Devices and Credit Cards
9-60.010 Introduction
9-60.500 Criminal Solicitation
9-132.010 Introduction
9-134.010 Introduction

SOLICITOR GENERAL
see generally Title 2, Chapter 2
see also
1-2.104 Office of the Solicitor General
2-3.110 Appeal Authorization Process
2-4.113 Criminal Cases—Rehearing In Court of Appeals
2-4.123 Criminal Cases—Mandamus
4-1.214 Appellate Staff
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
4-5.412 Constitutional Torts—Representation Process
4-6.391 Retaliation Claims Made By Federal Employees Under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act, the Age Discrimination in Employment Act, and the Rehabilitation Act
4-6.392 Compensatory Damages Cap Under Section 102 of the Civil Rights Act of 1991, 42 U.S.C. 1981a(b)
4-10.110 Payment of Judgments by the Department of the Treasury and Postal Service
5-8.620 Authorization for United States Attorneys to Handle Settlement and Dismissal of Appeals
5-8.630 Settlements Requiring Approval of Solicitor General
6-5.720 Adverse or Partially Adverse Decisions
6-5.722 Filing of Notice of Appeal by the Government
6-5.723 When the Solicitor General Approves an Appeal
6-5.724 When the Solicitor General Declines to Appeal
8-2.170 Standards for Amicus Participation
9-2.112 Statutory Limitations—Prosecutions
9-2.170 Decision to Appeal and to File Petitions in Appellate Courts
9-2.400 Prior Approvals Chart
9-63.515 Scienter Standards in National Firearms Act Violations and Other Firearms Offenses
9-90.240 Classified Information Procedures Act (CIPA)

SOLID WASTE DISPOSAL
5-12.100 Area of Responsibility—Statutes Administered

SON OF SAM
9-60.800 Special Forfeiture of Collateral Profits of Crime ("Son of Sam")

SOUND RECORDINGS
9-71.010 Prosecution Policy

SOVEREIGN IMMUNITY
4-2.100 Sovereign Immunity
4-2.140 Effect of Declaratory Judgment Act and Administrative Procedure Act
4-4.410 Bankruptcy Proceedings; Claims in Bankruptcy
4-4.541 Actions Not Within 28 U.S.C. § 2410
4-6.391 Retaliation Claims Made By Federal Employees Under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act, the Age Discrimination in Employment Act, and the Rehabilitation Act
4-9.000 Common Litigation Issues
5-5.123 Suits Against the United States, Federal Agencies or Officials—Sovereign Immunity Not Waivable
6-5.322 Nature of the Suit

SPACE ALLOCATION STANDARDS (SAS), SPACE MANAGEMENT
see generally Title 3, Chapter 14

SPEAKING
see PUBLIC SPEAKING

SPECIAL AGENT IN CHARGE (SAC)
1-10.210 Notification to Special Agent in Charge Concerning Illegal or Improper Actions by DEA or Treasury Agents
9-61.610 Bank Robbery—Prosecution Policy
9-100.100 Controlled Substance Destruction Procedures

SPECIAL AGENT REPORT (SAR)
6-4.110 IRS Administrative Investigations
6-4.125 IRS Transmittal of Reports and Exhibits from Grand Jury Investigations
6-4.215 Expedited Review
6-4.216 Priority Review
6-4.242 Recommendation Following a Grand Jury Investigation

SPECIAL AIRCRAFT JURISDICTION
9-63.100 Aircraft Piracy and Related Offenses
9-63.135 Negotiated Pleas for Aircraft Piracy Within the Special Aircraft Jurisdiction of the United States
9-63.181 Prosecution Policy for Aircraft Piracy Outside the Special Aircraft Jurisdiction of the United States (49 U.S.C. § 46502(b))
9-63.200 Destruction of Aircraft and Motor Vehicles and Related Offenses (18 U.S.C. §§ 31 - 35)
9-63.221 Prosecutive Policy for 18 U.S.C. § 32(b)

SPECIAL ASSISTANT UNITED STATES ATTORNEY (SAUSA)
1-2.102 Office of the Deputy Attorney General
1-4.220 Confidential Financial Disclosure Reports
3-1.200 Prior Approval Requirements
3-2.300 Special Assistants
3-4.213 Excepted Service
3-4.334 Temporary Assignment Under Intergovernmental Personnel Act
5-11.110 Staffing
6-1.120 Civil Tax Cases
6-5.522 Directly Referred Cases
9-11.241 Department of Justice Attorneys Authorized to Conduct Grand Jury Proceedings
see also CROSS DESIGNATION OF STATE AND LOCAL ATTORNEYS

SPECIAL ASSISTANTS
1-2.102 Office of the Deputy Attorney General
1-2.500 United States Attorneys
3-2.300 Special Assistants
3-8.700 Travel Authority

SPECIAL CONFINEMENT CONDITIONS
see generally Title 9, Chapter 24

SPECIAL DEPUTATION
1-2.307 U.S. Marshals Service—Responsibilities to United States Attorneys
1-2.310 U.S. Marshals Service—Procedures for Special Deputation and Deputation of Local Law Enforcement Officers

SPECIAL DEPUTY UNITED STATES MARSHAL
3-15.170 Deputation (Authorization to Carry Firearms)
9-131.020 Investigative and Supervisory Jurisdiction
9-132.020 Investigative and Supervisory Jurisdiction

SPECIAL GRAND JURY
9-2.400 Prior Approvals Chart
9-11.101 Powers and Limitations of Grand Juries—The Functions of a Grand Jury
9-11.330 Consultation With the Criminal Division About Reports

SPECIAL LITIGATION COUNSEL
4-5.300 Aviation and Admiralty Litigation—Contacts and Mailing Information
8-2.250 Special Litigation Counsel

SPECIAL LITIGATION SECTION
5-3.200 Litigating Sections
5-3.300 Support Units
5-9.001 Establishment
5-9.100 Area of Responsibility
5-9.120 Statutes Administered
5-9.200 Organization
5-9.300 Supervision and Handling of the Policy, Legislation, and Special Litigation Section Cases—Requests for Instructions
5-9.320 Actions Not Subject to Direct Referral to United States Attorneys
5-9.321 Prior Authorization Needed to Initiate Action
5-9.500 General Procedures in District Court Litigation
5-9.600 Settlement and Dismissal of Cases
5-9.620 Transmittal of Compromise Offer to Policy Legislation, and Special Litigation Section; Recommendations With Respect to
5-9.630 Authority of United States Attorneys to Settle or Dismiss Direct Referral Cases
8-1.010 General
8-2.241 Civil Laws Governing Law Enforcement Misconduct
8-2.260 Special Litigation Section
8-2.262 Title III of the Civil Rights Act of 1964
8-2.263 Unlawful Interference With the Use of Public Facilities

SPECIAL MASTER
3-8.400 Appraisers and Masters
3-8.550 Expenses Requiring Prior Authorization
4-5.422 Disposition of Cases Under the Vaccine Program
9-13.420 Searches of Premises of Subject Attorneys

SPECIAL OPERATIONS UNIT
9-2.410 Prior Approvals Chart
9-21.050 Utilization of Persons in Custody of BOP or USMS for Investigative Purposes, or as Targets of Investigative Activity

SPECIAL WARRANTY DEED
9-115.400 Attorney General's Authority to Warrant Title
9-115.412 Indemnification Agreement in Addition to Special Warranty Deed
9-115.413 Approval for Use of a Special Warranty Deed with Indemnification
9-115.420 General Warranty Deed
9-115.421 Approval for Use of a General Warranty Deed

SPECIALTY
9-15.500 Post Extradition Considerations—Limitations on Further Prosecution

SPECIFIC PERFORMANCE
4-9.000 Common Litigation Issues

SPECIFICITY
9-7.111 Roving Interception
9-12.000 Indictment and Informations

SPECIFIED UNLAWFUL ACTIVITY
9-105.330 Consultation Requirements
9-105.600 Prosecution Standards—Bona Fide Fees Paid to Attorneys for Representation in a Criminal Matter
9-105.750 Money Laundering Offenses Under § 1956(a)(1)(A)(ii)

SPEEDY TRIAL
4-8.310 From Investigating to Sentencing
9-1.000 Department of Justice Policy and Responsibilities
9-8.150 Detention of Juveniles
9-15.200 Procedures For Requesting Extradition From Abroad
9-15.225 Procedure When Fugitive is Non-Extraditable
9-17.000 Speedy Trial Act of 1974
9-27.420 Plea Agreements: Considerations to be Weighed
9-27.600 Entering into Non-prosecution Agreements in Return for Cooperation—Generally

SPEEDY TRIAL ACT
4-8.310 From Investigating to Sentencing
9-15.200 Procedures For Requesting Extradition From Abroad
9-17.000 Speedy Trial Act of 1974
9-27.600 Entering into Non-prosecution Agreements in Return for Cooperation—Generally

SQUATTERS
5-7.312 Authority of United States Attorneys to Defend Actions Without Prior Authorization
5-14.310 Authority of United States Attorneys to Initiate or Terminate Actions Without Prior Authorization

STANDARDIZED FORMS
3-13.321 Standardized Forms

STANDARDS FOR DEBT COLLECTION ACTION
3-9.130 Standards for Debt Collection Action

STANDARDS OF CONDUCT
see generally Title 1, Chapter 4

STANDING
4-2.130 Standing to Sue
7-5.220 Federal Trade Commission Clearance Procedure
9-15.500 Post Extradition Considerations—Limitations on Further Prosecution
9-138.170 Delegation of United States Attorney's Responsibility to Appear on Behalf of Federal Prosecuting Officials

STANDING SILENT
6-4.340 Sentencing

STATE AND LOCAL
1-2.121 International Criminal Police Organization-United States National Central Bureau (INTERPOL-USNCB)
1-2.122 Office of Intergovernmental Affairs
1-2.302 Drug Enforcement Administration
1-2.305 The Office of Justice Programs
1-2.306 U.S. Marshals Service—Generally
1-2.310 U.S. Marshals Service—Procedures for Special Deputation and Deputation of Local Law Enforcement Officers
1-3.000 Prior Approval Requirements
1-4.340 Civic Organizations, Professional Boards and Committees, and State Grievance Committees
1-8.070 Testimony or Assistance to State and Local Legislative Bodies
1-12.000 Coordination of Parallel Criminal, Civil, and Administrative Proceedings
3-1.200 Prior Approval Requirements
3-4.213 Excepted Service
3-4.334 Temporary Assignment Under Intergovernmental Personnel Act
3-7.100 History and Overview
3-7.210 Membership
3-7.330 Procedures
3-8.720 Payment for Travel Expenses
3-9.130 Standards for Debt Collection Action
3-10.200 Civil Postjudgment Financial Litigation Activity—Perfecting the Judgment
3-15.140 Communications Security
4-1.513 Cases Personally Handled by the Civil Division or Jointly Handled With United States Attorneys' Offices
4-4.541 Actions Not Within 28 U.S.C. § 2410
4-5.412 Constitutional Torts—Representation Process
4-6.300 Area 1—Affirmative Litigation and Regulatory Enforcement
5-6.112 Responsibility—Cases Brought on Behalf of the United States
5-11.113 Coordination with State Programs
5-12.523 Coordination With State Programs
6-4.130 Search Warrants
6-5.210 Summons Litigation—Enforcement Cases—Direct Referrals
6-5.400 Suits Involving Governmental Immunity From State and Local Taxes
8-2.210 Employment Litigation Section
8-2.211 Employment Litigation Section—Affirmative Suits Under Title VII
8-2.214 Employment Litigation Section—United States Attorney Responsibilities
8-2.240 Coordination and Review Section
8-2.261 Civil Rights of Institutionalized Persons
8-2.273 Literacy Tests (Section 201)
8-2.286 Voting Rights—Miscellaneous Provisions
8-2.289 Preservation and Production of Voting Records, 42 U.S.C. §§ 1974 to 1974d
8-2.400 Disability Rights Section
8-2.410 Disability Rights Section—ADA Enforcement
8-3.170 Cooperation with State Prosecutions
8-3.195 Production or Disclosure in Federal And State Proceedings of Material or Information in Civil Rights Division Files
9-2.400 Prior Approvals Chart
9-11.260 Rule 6(e)(3)(C)(iv) Disclosure of Grand Jury Material to State and Local Law Enforcement Officials
9-15.230 Request for Provisional Arrest
9-21.140 State and Local Witnesses
9-27.240 Initiating and Declining Charges—Prosecution in Another Jurisdiction
9-44.150 Fraud and Abuse Control Program and Joint Guidelines Mandated by the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996
9-44.160 Guidelines for Multidistrict Health Care Fraud Initiatives
9-46.100 Introduction
9-46.110 Prosecution Policy on Program Fraud and Bribery—Identifiable and Substantial Federal Interest
9-60.700 Hostage Taking (18 U.S.C. § 1203)—Prosecution Policy
9-60.1010 Prosecution Policy—Carjacking Cases
9-60.1100 Violence Against Women Act
9-61.111 Motor Vehicle and Aircraft Theft—Prosecution Policy
9-61.300 Theft From Interstate Shipment—18 U.S.C. § 659
9-61.510 Counterfeiting and Forging Securities—Prosecution Policy
9-61.610 Bank Robbery—Prosecution Policy
9-61.710 Motor Vehicle Theft Prevention Offenses—Policy Considerations
9-63.161 Prosecution Policy for Carrying Weapons or Explosives Aboard Aircraft (49 U.S.C. § 46505)
9-63.241 Prosecutive Policy for Destruction of Motor Vehicles—18 U.S.C. § 33
9-63.902 Restraint in Exercise of Federal Jurisdiction
9-63.1110 Tampering with Consumer Products—Prosecutive Policy
9-65.300 Presidential Assassination Statute—18 U.S.C. § 1751
9-65.402 Presidential Visit-United States Attorney's Responsibility
9-65.700 Congressional, Cabinet, and Supreme Court Assassination, Kidnapping, and Assault (18 U.S.C. § 351)
9-65.810 Prosecutive Policy—Preference for Local Disposition
9-65.880 Demonstrations
9-65.882 Demonstrations—Investigative Decisions by United States Attorneys
9-66.200 Protection of Government Property—Personalty
9-73.300 Immigration Violations—Immigration Officer Authority
9-75.320 Obscenity/Sexual Exploitation—Federal-State Relations
9-110.330 Charging RICO Counts
9-110.802 Violent Crimes in Aid of Racketeering (18 U.S.C. § 1959)—Approval Guidelines
9-110.812 Specific Guidelines for Section 1959 Prosecutions
9-111.120 Net Equity Values
9-113.500 Acceptance of a Monetary Amount in Lieu of Forfeiture
9-114.110 Payment of Interest and Penalties on State and Local Real Property Taxes
9-115.202 Use of Seized Property Where Custody is Retained by the State or Local Seizing Agency
9-116.100 General Adoption Policy and Procedure
9-116.110 Federal Adoption Form
9-116.120 Federal Investigative Agency Review of Adoption Requests
9-116.150 Judicial Review Favored
9-116.160 30-Day Rule for Presentation for Federal Adoption
9-116.170 United States Attorney Recommendation For Adoption of Seizure
9-116.180 Notice Requirements in Adopted Seizures
9-116.190 Retention of Custody by State or Local Agency
9-116.312 Role of Law Enforcement Coordinating Committees
9-118.010 I. Statement of Goals and Purposes
9-118.200 II. Definitions
9-118.460 IV.F. Competing Requests for Property for Official Use by Investigative Bureau and Other Federal, State or Local Agency
9-118.500 V. Equitable Transfer of Forfeited Property to Participating State and Local Agencies
9-118.510 V.A. Equitable Transfers Generally
9-118.520 V.B. Factors Governing the Amount of the Equitable Transfer
9-118.530 V.C. Sharing Percentages
9-118.620 VI.B. Sale of Forfeited Property
9-118.900 IX. Discontinuance of Federal Forfeiture Proceedings—A. Federal Judicial Forfeiture Proceedings
9-118.920 IX.B. Federal Administrative Forfeiture Proceedings
9-118.990 X. U.S. CUSTOMS SERVICE FORFEITURES
9-132.010 Introduction

STATE AND LOCAL BAR ASSOCIATION
1-4.340 Civic Organizations, Professional Boards and Committees, and State Grievance Committees
1-4.650 Other Restrictions on Post-Employment Activities
9-27.250 Non-Criminal Alternatives to Prosecution

STATE AND MUNICIPAL COMMISSIONS
1-4.340 Civic Organizations, Professional Boards and Committees, and State Grievance Committees
3-4.734 Financial Disclosure Requirements

STATE APPEALS
2-2.121 Necessity of Authorization by Solicitor General—Appeals or Petitions on Behalf of United States
2-2.400 State Court Proceedings
2-2.510 United States Supreme Court Review—Responsibility in Appeals or Certiorari by United States Generally

STATE COURTS
2-2.400 State Court Proceedings
2-4.211 Civil Cases—Supreme Court Petitions for Certiorari
4-4.543 Removal of Actions Brought in State Courts
4-4.550 Foreclosure of Government-Held Mortgages
4-6.332 Area 3—Government Information—General Information for Particular Case Types (Including Jurisdiction and Exhaustion of Administrative Remedies)
4-7.200 Revocation of Naturalization
5-7.120 Statutes Administered
6-1.100 Department of Justice Policy and Responsibilities
6-5.010 Introduction
6-5.324 Removal of Actions from State Courts
6-5.530 Receivership Proceedings
6-5.550 Insolvency Proceedings
8-3.170 Cooperation with State Prosecutions
9-43.100 Prosecution Policy Relating to Mail Fraud and Wire Fraud
9-60.020 Sentencing Enhancement—"Three Strikes" Law

STATE DEPARTMENT
3-8.730 Foreign Travel
3-19.811 Depositions Taken in a Foreign Country
4-6.360 Area 6—National Security, Military and Foreign Relations
4-7.100 Reporting of Decisions
4-8.310 From Investigating to Sentencing
9-2.400 Prior Approvals Chart
9-13.500 International Legal Assistance
9-13.534 Foreign Travel by Prosecutors
9-15.210 Role of the Office of International Affairs
9-65.881 Demonstrations—Procedures
9-65.882 Demonstrations—Investigative Decisions by United States Attorneys
9-116.400 International Sharing of Forfeited Assets
9-118.800 VIII. Transfer of Forfeited Property to Foreign Countries
see also SECRETARY OF STATE

STATE EXEMPTION LAWS
6-8.400 Differences Between Tax Judgments and Other Civil Judgments—Collection Procedures

STATE LAW TORTS
4-5.412 Constitutional Torts—Representation Process
4-5.413 Constitutional Torts—Analysis of Complaint

STATE PREDICATE OFFENSE
9-110.200 RICO Guidelines Preface

STATE SECURITIES
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

STATE TOLLING PROVISIONS
4-5.413 Constitutional Torts—Analysis of Complaint

STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL CONDITION
6-6.412 Form DJ-TD 433

STATEMENTS MADE DURING PLEA DISCUSSIONS (RULE 11)
6-4.310 Major Count Policy/Plea Agreements
9-16.300 Plea Agreements—Federal Rule of Criminal Procedure 11(e)
9-16.400 Inadmissibility of Pleas: Federal Rule of Criminal Procedure 11(e)(6)
9-27.400 Plea Agreements Generally
9-27.420 Plea Agreements: Considerations to be Weighed
9-27.430 Selecting Plea Agreement Charges
9-27.440 Plea Agreements When Defendant Denies Guilt
9-27.450 Records of Plea Agreements
9-27.500 Offers to Plead Nolo Contendere—Opposition Except in Unusual Circumstances
9-27.530 Argument in Opposition of Nolo Contendere Plea

STATISTICS
1-2.305 The Office of Justice Programs
9-21.1010 Results of Witnesses' Testimony

STATUS REPORTS
3-2.171 Procedures in Implementing Recusals
3-9.230 Financial Litigation Records
6-4.248 Status Reports
9-21.800 Use of Relocated Witnesses or Former Protected Witnesses as Informants

STATUTE OF LIMITATION
3-9.100 Introduction
3-10.141 Returning Deficient Referrals
4-2.300 Service of Process
4-3.412 Dismissal Where Suit Has Been Filed
4-4.430 Collections
4-5.620 FTCA Staff—Research and Guidance Materials
4-9.000 Common Litigation Issues
6-4.241 Review of CRLs
6-4.242 Recommendation Following a Grand Jury Investigation
6-4.245 Request to Decline Prosecution
9-2.100 Limitations on United States Attorneys
9-2.112 Statutory Limitations—Prosecutions
9-15.600 Alternatives To Extradition
9-18.000 Defenses
9-27.230 Initiating and Declining Charges—Substantial Federal Interest
9-37.130 Memorandum, cont'd—Application of Retroactivity Principles to Title I
9-39.000 Contempt of Court
9-41.001 Resource Materials
9-43.100 Prosecution Policy Relating to Mail Fraud and Wire Fraud
9-110.320 Approval of Organized Crime and Racketeering Section Necessary

STATUTE OF LIMITATIONS
3-9.100 Introduction
3-10.141 Returning Deficient Referrals
4-2.300 Service of Process
4-3.412 Dismissal Where Suit Has Been Filed
4-4.430 Collections
4-5.413 Constitutional Torts—Analysis of Complaint
4-5.620 FTCA Staff—Research and Guidance Materials
4-9.000 Common Litigation Issues

STATUTES ASSIGNED BY CITATION
see generally Title 9, Chapter 4

STATUTORY AGGRAVATING FACTORS
9-10.080 Standards for Determination

STATUTORY INTEREST
6-6.500 Compromises of Government Claims, Including Compromises Based on Inability to Pay—Statutory Interest
6-6.613 Closing Out Cases Compromised or Conceded—Issuance of Refund Checks

STATUTORY WAIVER
4-2.100 Sovereign Immunity

STAY PENDING APPEAL
2-2.200 Procedure Where Appeal is Taken by Adverse Party to Court of Appeals
4-6.330 Area 3—Government Information

STAYS
1-2.104 Office of the Solicitor General
2-2.150 Preserving Government's Rights Pending Review
2-2.200 Procedure Where Appeal is Taken by Adverse Party to Court of Appeals
3-10.200 Civil Postjudgment Financial Litigation Activity—Perfecting the Judgment
3-10.240 Postjudgment Demand
3-12.300 Enforcement of Criminal Debts During Appeal
3-12.413 Suspense of Criminal Fines—Stay of Enforcement
3-12.600 Efforts for Victims of Crime
4-1.512 Cases Monitored by Civil Division
4-6.330 Area 3—Government Information
4-6.332 Area 3—Government Information—General Information for Particular Case Types (Including Jurisdiction and Exhaustion of Administrative Remedies)
5-8.320 Handling of Appeals by Other than Staff Attorneys
6-5.220 Actions or Petitions to Quash or Enjoin IRS Summonses
6-5.522 Directly Referred Cases
9-2.060 Appeals, Mandamus, Stays, Rehearing, Certiorari
9-2.170 Decision to Appeal and to File Petitions in Appellate Courts
9-2.400 Prior Approvals Chart
9-15.700 Foreign Extradition Requests
9-42.010 Coordination of Criminal and Civil Fraud Against the Government Cases
9-117.100 Transfer of Funds From the Seized Asset Deposit Fund to the Assets Forfeiture Fund

STENOGRAPHERS
3-1.200 Prior Approval Requirements
3-8.210 Depositions
3-19.200 Witness' Expenses Incurred on Behalf of Indigent Persons
4-1.322 United States Attorney Responsibilities—Assistance to Civil Division Attorneys
5-8.200 Organization

STIPULATED DEPORTATION
9-73.500 Immigration Violations—Deportation

STIPULATION FOR DISMISSAL
6-6.600 Closing Out Cases Compromised or Conceded—Compromises of Refund Suits
6-6.612 Closing Out Cases Compromised or Conceded—Concessions
6-6.613 Closing Out Cases Compromised or Conceded—Issuance of Refund Checks
6-6.620 Compromises of Government Claims
6-6.622 Concessions of Government Claims

STIPULATION OF LIABILITY
4-1.512 Cases Monitored by Civil Division
4-5.230 Torts Branch Procedures—Settlement of Federal Tort Claims Act Suits

STIPULATIONS
2-2.312 Filing of 1292(b) Petition with Court of Appeals
3-10.200 Civil Postjudgment Financial Litigation Activity—Perfecting the Judgment
4-1.511 Cases Delegated to United States Attorneys
4-1.512 Cases Monitored by Civil Division
4-3.400 Consummation of Compromise of Claims of the United States—Generally
4-5.230 Torts Branch Procedures—Settlement of Federal Tort Claims Act Suits
5-5.112 Stipulations
5-15.545 Stipulation of Exclusion
5-15.581 Contents of Judgment
6-2.000 Prior Approvals
6-4.311 Application of Major Count Policy in Sentencing Guideline Cases
6-4.360 Compromise of Criminal Liability/Civil Settlement
6-5.113 Public Sale; Bidding by United States Attorney
6-6.600 Closing Out Cases Compromised or Conceded—Compromises of Refund Suits
6-6.612 Closing Out Cases Compromised or Conceded—Concessions
6-6.613 Closing Out Cases Compromised or Conceded—Issuance of Refund Checks
6-6.620 Compromises of Government Claims
6-6.622 Concessions of Government Claims
9-5.110 Testimony of FBI Laboratory Examiners
9-16.040 Plea Bargains in Fraud Cases
9-16.300 Plea Agreements—Federal Rule of Criminal Procedure 11(e)
9-27.400 Plea Agreements Generally
9-27.430 Selecting Plea Agreement Charges
9-73.500 Immigration Violations—Deportation
9-73.520 Immigration Violations—Deportation of Criminal Aliens
9-118.600 VI. Sale of Seized and Forfeited Property—A. Pre-Forfeiture Sale of Seized Property

STOLEN AUTOMOBILE PARTS
9-61.700 Motor Vehicle Theft Prevention Statutes

STOLEN AUTOMOBILES
9-60.1010 Prosecution Policy—Carjacking Cases
9-61.010 Introduction
9-61.100 Motor Vehicle and Aircraft Theft—18 U.S.C. §§ 2311-2313
9-61.111 Motor Vehicle and Aircraft Theft—Prosecution Policy
9-61.112 Motor Vehicle and Aircraft Theft—Prosecution Policy
9-61.113 Motor Vehicle and Aircraft Theft—Prosecution Policy
9-61.114 Motor Vehicle and Aircraft Theft—Notification Requirements
9-61.700 Motor Vehicle Theft Prevention Statutes

STOLEN PROPERTY
3-13.200 Property Management
9-61.010 Introduction
9-61.200 National Stolen Property Act—18 U.S.C. § 2311, 2314, and 2315
9-61.244 National Stolen Property Act—Securities
9-61.400 Fencing—Prosecution Policy
9-61.510 Counterfeiting and Forging Securities—Prosecution Policy
9-66.200 Protection of Government Property—Personalty

STRICT LIABILITY
9-63.161 Prosecution Policy for Carrying Weapons or Explosives Aboard Aircraft (49 U.S.C. § 46505)

STRIKE BREAKERS
9-139.020 Investigatory and Supervisory Jurisdiction for Miscellaneous Labor Statutes

STRIKE FORCES
1-6.111 Definitions—"Employee"
9-2.180 Strike Forces
9-2.181 Organized Crime Strike Force Unit Duties
9-2.182 Organized Crime Strike Force Unit Strategic Plans
9-2.183 Organized Crime Strike Force Unit Personnel
9-2.400 Prior Approvals Chart
9-7.302 Consensual Monitoring—"Procedures for Lawful, Warrantless Interceptions of Verbal Communications"
9-13.900 Access to and Disclosure of Tax Returns in a Non-tax Criminal Case

STRUCTURED SETTLEMENTS
4-5.240 Torts Branch Procedures—FTCA Payment Procedure

STRUCTURING
9-79.200 Bank Records and Foreign Transactions Act

STU-III TRIAD FACSIMILE
3-18.200 Urgent Reports—Litigation—Pending and New

STUDENT EDUCATIONAL EMPLOYMENT PROGRAM (SEEP)
3-4.213 Excepted Service

STUDENT LAW CLERKS
see LAW CLERKS

SUBJECT MATTER JURISDICTION
4-5.413 Constitutional Torts—Analysis of Complaint

SUBJECTS OF INVESTIGATIONS
see TARGETS

SUBPOENA DUCES TECUM
3-19.400 Federal Government Employees as Witnesses (Non-Military)—Compliance with Subpoenas Duces Tecum
4-6.332 Area 3—Government Information—General Information for Particular Case Types (Including Jurisdiction and Exhaustion of Administrative Remedies)
9-11.142 Grand Jury Subpoenas for Financial Records

SUBPOENA ENFORCEMENT
4-6.210 Delegated Affirmative Cases

SUBPOENA TO PRODUCE DEPARTMENTAL RECORDS
1-3.000 Prior Approval Requirements

SUBPOENAED FEDERAL GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES
see generally Title 1, Chapter 6 (DOJ personnel)
see also
3-19.400 Federal Government Employees as Witnesses (Non-Military)—Compliance with Subpoenas Duces Tecum
3-19.411 DOJ Employees Under Subpoena
3-19.412 Serving a Subpoena Government Officers, Agents or Employees
3-19.420 Federal Government Employees—Witness Fees
3-19.421 Federal Government Employees—Expenses for Travel
4-6.332 Area 3—Government Information—General Information for Particular Case Types (Including Jurisdiction and Exhaustion of Administrative Remedies)

SUBPOENAS FOR FOREIGN NATIONALS
see FOREIGN SERVICE OF PROCESS AND SUBPOENAS

SUBPOENAS ON IRS EMPLOYEES
6-5.350 Subpoenas Served on Employees of the IRS

SUBSISTENCE
1-2.306 U.S. Marshals Service—Generally
3-8.232 Foreign Witnesses
3-8.240 Payment of Travel Expenses of Defendant and Counsel to Attend Depositions Taken at the Instance of the Government
3-8.314 Travel During a Lapse in Appropriations
3-8.420 Court Reporters
3-8.520 Expenses Incurred on Behalf of Indigents
3-8.700 Travel Authority
3-8.740 First Class Transportation
3-19.322 Witness Fees for Foreign Nationals
3-19.412 Serving a Subpoena Government Officers, Agents or Employees
3-19.820 Payment of Travel Expenses of Defendant and Counsel to Attend Depositions Taken at the Instance of the Government
9-21.500 Responsibilities and Prerogatives of the United States Marshals Service
9-21.800 Use of Relocated Witnesses or Former Protected Witnesses as Informants
9-118.722 VII.B.2. Case Related Expenses
see also TRAVEL and PER DIEM

SUBSTANTIAL ASSISTANCE
1-2.113 Standards for Considering Commutation Petitions
9-27.400 Plea Agreements Generally
9-27.600 Entering into Non-prosecution Agreements in Return for Cooperation—Generally
9-27.730 Conditions for Making Sentencing Recommendations

SUBSTITUTE ASSETS
9-112.230 Exemption of Certain Assets from Pre-trial Restraint of Substitute Assets
9-112.240 Prior Approval Requirements
9-119.104 Attorney Fees—Approval/Consultation Procedure

SUBSTITUTE CUSTODIAN
9-115.200 Use of Seized Property by Department of Justice Personnel
9-115.202 Use of Seized Property Where Custody is Retained by the State or Local Seizing Agency
9-116.190 Retention of Custody by State or Local Agency

SUBSTITUTING PARTIES
5-15.533 Continuation of Title Evidence

SUBSTITUTION OF MONEY IN LIEU OF FORFEITURE
9-113.500 Acceptance of a Monetary Amount in Lieu of Forfeiture

SUBVERSION
9-2.420 Prior Approvals Chart
9-65.880 Demonstrations
9-73.200 Immigration Violations—8 U.S.C. § 1325-28, 8 U.S.C. § 1253, and 18 U.S.C. § 758
9-90.020 National Security Matters—Prior Approval, Consultation, and Notification Requirements
9-90.550 Contempt of Congress—2 U.S.C. § 192

SUCCESSIVE PROSECUTIONS
9-20.100 Introduction

SUITS AGAINST STATE GOVERNMENTS, RELATIONSHIPS WITH CLIENT AGENCIES
see generally Title 1, Chapter 10

SUITS FOR REFUND
6-5.600 Suits for Refund of Taxes Paid—Generally

SUMMARY JUDGMENT
4-4.550 Foreclosure of Government-Held Mortgages
4-5.413 Constitutional Torts—Analysis of Complaint
5-15.523 Land Subject to Options or Contracts of Sale by Acquiring Agency
9-117.100 Transfer of Funds From the Seized Asset Deposit Fund to the Assets Forfeiture Fund

SUMMARY PROCEEDINGS
6-5.212 Commencement of the Proceeding

SUMMONS
4-1.520 Liaison of United States Attorneys with Client Agencies
4-2.300 Service of Process
4-4.542 Screening New Actions Under 28 U.S.C. § 2410
4-5.200 Torts Branch Procedures—Conduct of FTCA Litigation
4-5.412 Constitutional Torts—Representation Process
4-5.413 Constitutional Torts—Analysis of Complaint
4-6.100 Defensive Litigation
4-6.230 Personally Handled and Jointly Handled Affirmative Cases
4-6.332 Area 3—Government Information—General Information for Particular Case Types (Including Jurisdiction and Exhaustion of Administrative Remedies)
4-6.399 Telefax Critical Mail Procedures
6-1.100 Department of Justice Policy and Responsibilities
6-1.120 Civil Tax Cases
6-1.130 Other Relevant Manuals for United States Attorneys
6-2.000 Prior Approvals
6-5.010 Introduction
6-5.111 Service of Process Abroad
6-5.210 Summons Litigation—Enforcement Cases—Direct Referrals
6-5.212 Commencement of the Proceeding
6-5.213 Prosecution Under 26 U.S.C. § 7210
6-5.220 Actions or Petitions to Quash or Enjoin IRS Summonses
6-5.221 Direct Referrals
6-5.230 Adverse Decisions
6-5.240 Litigation Support Relating to Summons Cases
6-5.300 Suits Against the United States or its Officers and Employees—Generally
6-5.323 Procedures
6-5.620 Responsibilities of United State Attorney on Receipt of Complaint
6-5.621 Copies to Tax Division
9-13.241 Overt Communications with Represented Targets—Permissible Circumstances
9-27.200 Initiating and Declining Prosecution—Probable Cause Requirement
9-74.105 Child Support—Notice to Target and Charging Considerations

SUMMONS ENFORCEMENT
6-1.130 Other Relevant Manuals for United States Attorneys
6-5.010 Introduction
6-5.210 Summons Litigation—Enforcement Cases—Direct Referrals
6-5.212 Commencement of the Proceeding
6-5.240 Litigation Support Relating to Summons Cases

SUNSHINE ACT
see GOVERNMENT IN THE SUNSHINE ACT

SUPERFUND
3-11.141 Electronic Funds Transfer
5-6.130 Statutes Administered

SUPERSEDEAS BOND
4-4.430 Collections

SUPERSEDING INDICTMENTS
5-11.108 Dismissals
6-4.246 Request to Dismiss Prosecution
9-10.040 Submissions to the Department of Justice
9-18.000 Defenses
9-110.210 Authorization of RICO Prosecution—The Review Process

SUPERVISED RELEASE
1-2.113 Standards for Considering Commutation Petitions
9-73.520 Immigration Violations—Deportation of Criminal Aliens

SUPERVISORY POWER
9-11.233 Presentation of Exculpatory Evidence

SUPERVISORY TRAINING
3-6.100 Attorney and Staff Training—Generally

SURPLUSAGE
4-8.240 Motions Commonly Filed

SUSPENDED SENTENCES
6-4.340 Sentencing

SUSPENSE OF CRIMINAL COLLECTION ACTIVITY
3-10.700 Terminating Civil Postjudgment Collection Action—Suspension of Collection Action
3-12.320 Enforcement of Criminal Debts During Incarceration
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

SUSPENSION OF CRIMINAL FINES
3-12.400 Suspension of Criminal Fines—Deportation
3-12.411 Suspension of Criminal Fines—Payment is not Immediate
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
3-12.520 Remission of Special Assessments

SWINE FLU
4-10.110 Payment of Judgments by the Department of the Treasury and Postal Service

SYSTEM MANAGER
3-15.130 Computer Security
3-16.110 Case Management Reports—Automated Case Management Systems
3-17.220 Privacy Act Operations Within the Justice Department

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