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TAFT HARTLEY
9-130.200 Supervisory Jurisdiction
9-130.300 Consultation Requirements
9-132.010 Introduction
9-132.020 Investigative and Supervisory Jurisdiction

TAINTING
see PRODUCT TAINTING AND TAMPERING

TALON
3-16.110 Case Management Reports—Automated Case Management Systems

TAPE RECORDINGS
1-2.303 Federal Bureau of Investigation

TARGETS
3-2.171 Procedures in Implementing Recusals
4-5.412 Constitutional Torts—Representation Process
4-8.310 From Investigating to Sentencing
6-2.000 Prior Approvals
6-4.122 United States Attorney Initiated Grand Jury Investigations
6-4.123 Joint United States Attorney-IRS Request to Expand Tax Grand Jury Investigations
6-4.130 Search Warrants
7-1.200 Notification to Targets
7-5.410 Preparation of Fact Memorandum
8-3.120 Staffing of Cases
9-2.400 Prior Approvals Chart
9-2.410 Prior Approvals Chart
9-2.420 Prior Approvals Chart
9-11.150 Subpoenaing Targets of the Investigation
9-11.151 Advice of "Rights" of Grand Jury Witnesses
9-11.152 Requests by Subjects and Targets to Testify Before the Grand Jury
9-11.153 Notification of Targets
9-11.154 Advance Assertions of an Intention to Claim the Fifth Amendment Privilege Against Compulsory Self-Incrimination
9-11.155 Notification to Targets when Target Status Ends
9-13.220 Communications During Investigative Stage
9-13.240 Overt Communications with Represented Targets
9-13.241 Overt Communications with Represented Targets—Permissible Circumstances
9-13.242 Overt Communications with Represented Targets—Organizations and Employees
9-13.250 Overt Communications During Investigative Stage—Office Approval Procedure
9-13.420 Searches of Premises of Subject Attorneys
9-13.800 Access to and Disclosure of Financial Records
9-21.010 Introduction
9-21.050 Utilization of Persons in Custody of BOP or USMS for Investigative Purposes, or as Targets of Investigative Activity
9-74.105 Child Support—Notice to Target and Charging Considerations
9-75.084 Child Pornography—Prosecution Policy—Prospective Policy Generally and in Multi-District Investigations
9-75.310 Multiple Prosecutions of Obscenity Offenses
9-90.200 Policies and Procedures for Criminal Cases That Involve Classified Information
9-90.230 Disclosure Of Classified Information to the Grand Jury

TASK FORCES
1-6.111 Definitions—"Employee"
3-4.731 Personnel Suitability
3-7.100 History and Overview
3-7.300 Guidelines on Victim and Witness Assistance—Introduction
6-4.124 Grand Jury—Drug Task Force (OCDETF) Requests
6-4.125 IRS Transmittal of Reports and Exhibits from Grand Jury Investigations
9-105.750 Money Laundering Offenses Under § 1956(a)(1)(A)(ii)
9-118.760 VII.F. Payment of Awards

TAX ACCRUAL WORKPAPERS
6-5.210 Summons Litigation—Enforcement Cases—Direct Referrals

TAX APPEALS
2-3.200 Appeals in Tax Cases

TAX DISCLOSURE ACT
9-13.900 Access to and Disclosure of Tax Returns in a Non-tax Criminal Case

TAX ENFORCEMENT PROGRAM
6-4.010 The Federal Tax Enforcement Program
6-4.211 Standards of Review

TAX EVASION
6-4.310 Major Count Policy/Plea Agreements
9-105.750 Money Laundering Offenses Under § 1956(a)(1)(A)(ii)

TAX FORECLOSURE
4-4.541 Actions Not Within 28 U.S.C. § 2410

TAX FRAUD SCHEMES
6-4.210 Filing False Tax Returns—Mail Fraud Charges or Mail Fraud Predicates for RICO

TAX JUDGMENTS
3-9.100 Introduction
6-1.130 Other Relevant Manuals for United States Attorneys
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
6-8.430 Differences Between Tax Judgments and Other Civil Judgments—Availability of Tax Returns and Tax Return Information

TAX LIENS
3-10.200 Civil Postjudgment Financial Litigation Activity—Perfecting the Judgment
5-7.312 Authority of United States Attorneys to Defend Actions Without Prior Authorization
6-1.100 Department of Justice Policy and Responsibilities
6-5.110 Suits to Collect Tax and Foreclose Tax Liens—Generally
6-5.113 Public Sale; Bidding by United States Attorney
6-5.120 Intervention by the United States in Court Actions
6-5.322 Nature of the Suit
6-5.323 Procedures
6-6.700 Release of Right of Redemption
6-8.400 Differences Between Tax Judgments and Other Civil Judgments—Collection Procedures

TAX LOSSES
6-4.311 Application of Major Count Policy in Sentencing Guideline Cases

TAX POOL ANALYSIS
6-5.210 Summons Litigation—Enforcement Cases—Direct Referrals

TAX PROTESTS AND PROTESTERS
6-4.011 Criminal Tax Manual and Other Tax Division Publications
6-5.010 Introduction
6-5.300 Suits Against the United States or its Officers and Employees—Generally
6-5.320 Actions Under 28 U.S.C. § 2410—Allocation of Responsibilities
6-5.323 Procedures

TAX REFUNDS
3-12.400 Suspense of Criminal Collection Activity
6-4.120 Grand Jury Investigations—Generally
6-5.300 Suits Against the United States or its Officers and Employees—Generally
6-5.620 Responsibilities of United State Attorney on Receipt of Complaint
6-5.622 Copies and Call to Service Center
6-5.720 Adverse or Partially Adverse Decisions

TAX RETURNS
3-9.230 Financial Litigation Records
3-10.530 Offset
3-15.120 Information Security
6-4.120 Grand Jury Investigations—Generally
6-4.210 Filing False Tax Returns—Mail Fraud Charges or Mail Fraud Predicates for RICO
6-5.522 Directly Referred Cases
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
9-2.400 Prior Approvals Chart
9-13.900 Access to and Disclosure of Tax Returns in a Non-tax Criminal Case
9-105.750 Money Laundering Offenses Under § 1956(a)(1)(A)(ii)

TAX SHELTERS
6-4.210 Filing False Tax Returns—Mail Fraud Charges or Mail Fraud Predicates for RICO

TAX STAMPS
9-61.200 National Stolen Property Act—18 U.S.C. § 2311, 2314, and 2315

TAXPAYER APPEAL
6-5.700 Procedure Upon Lower Court Rendering a Favorable Decision—Taxpayer Appeal
6-5.712 Case Transfer to Appellate Section
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
6-5.725 Applications for Attorneys' Fees and Litigation Expenses

TEACHING AND LECTURING
see PUBLIC SPEAKING

TELECOMMUNICATIONS
1-2.119 Executive Office for United States Attorneys
1-2.207 Justice Management Division
1-11.300 Department Responsibilities
7-3.600 Specialized Sections
9-48.000 Computer Fraud
9-49.000 Fraud in Connection with Access Devices and Credit Cards
9-75.093 Telecommunications

TELECOMMUNICATIONS DEVICES FOR DEAF PERSONS (TDD'S)
1-11.300 Department Responsibilities

TELEMARKETING
9-43.100 Prosecution Policy Relating to Mail Fraud and Wire Fraud

TELEPHONE TOLL RECORDS
9-2.400 Prior Approvals Chart
9-11.120 Power of a Grand Jury Limited by Its Function
9-11.140 Limitation on Grand Jury Subpoenas
9-13.400 News Media Subpoenas—Subpoenas for News Media Telephone Toll Records—Interrogation, Indictment, or Arrest of Members of the News Media

TELEPHONIC AUTHORIZATION
8-2.271 United States Attorney Responsibilities

TELEVISING A LAW ENFORCEMENT ACTIVITY
1-3.000 Prior Approval Requirements
1-7.600 Assisting the News Media

TEMPORARY ACTING UNITED STATES ATTORNEY
3-2.171 Procedures in Implementing Recusals

TEMPORARY APPOINTMENT
3-1.200 Prior Approval Requirements
3-4.316 Temporary Employment

TEMPORARY CUSTODY
9-69.500 Escape from Custody Resulting from Conviction (18 U.S.C. §§ 751 and 752)

TEMPORARY DETENTION
9-6.100 Introduction

TEMPORARY PROMOTIONS
3-4.430 Performance Management—Performance Appraisal for Attorneys and Non-attorneys

TEMPORARY PROTECTED STATUS
9-21.220 Emergency Authorization

TEMPORARY RESTRAINING ORDERS
see RESTRAINING ORDERS

TEMPORARY USE
5-15.546 Termination of Temporary Use Cases
5-15.650 Dismissal or Abandonment of Condemnation Case

TEN PERCENTERS
6-4.243 Review of Direct Referral Matters

TENDER OF CHECK
6-7.200 Delivery of Checks

TERM APPOINTMENT
3-4.300 Employment (General)

TERMINATING CIVIL POSTJUDGMENT COLLECTION ACTION
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

TERMINATION AGREEMENTS
1-4.300 DOJ Employee Participation in Outside Activities—Termination Agreements/Contingency Fees

TERMINATION OF COVERAGE AND BAILOUT
see BAILOUT

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

TERRORISM
1-2.102 Office of the Deputy Attorney General
1-2.121 International Criminal Police Organization-United States National Central Bureau (INTERPOL-USNCB)
1-2.303 Federal Bureau of Investigation
1-2.304 Immigration and Naturalization Service
3-15.010 Introduction
9-2.136 Investigative and Prosecutive Policy for International Terrorism Matters
9-2.400 Prior Approvals Chart
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
9-63.181 Prosecution Policy for Aircraft Piracy Outside the Special Aircraft Jurisdiction of the United States (49 U.S.C. § 46502(b))
9-65.400 Protection of Temporary Residences and Offices of the President and Other Secret Service Protectees (18 U.S.C. § 1752)
9-65.900 Protection of a Member of a Federal Official's Family (18 U.S.C. § 115)
9-72.100 S Visa Program

TERRORISM AND VIOLENT CRIME SECTION
9-2.136 Investigative and Prosecutive Policy for International Terrorism Matters
9-4.010 Introduction
9-4.118 8 U.S.C.: Aliens and Nationality
9-4.126 15 U.S.C.: Commerce and Trade
9-4.127 16 U.S.C.: Conservation
9-4.129 18 U.S.C. 1-2725: Crimes
9-4.130 18 U.S.C. 3000-: Procedure
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
9-4.142 28 U.S.C.: Judiciary and Judicial Procedure
9-4.144 2 U.S.C.: Labor
9-4.159 42 U.S.C.: The Public Health and Welfare
9-4.161 43 U.S.C.: Public Lands
9-4.166 47 U.S.C.: Telegraphs, Telephones, and Radiotelegraphs
9-4.168 49 U.S.C.: Transportation
9-8.001 Supervision of Juvenile Prosecutions
9-8.130 Motion to Transfer
9-20.230 Supervising Section—Indian Country Offenses
9-60.010 Introduction
9-60.111 Kidnapping/Missing Persons—Prosecution Policy
9-60.700 Hostage Taking (18 U.S.C. § 1203)—Prosecution Policy
9-60.900 Murder-for-Hire—18 U.S.C. § 1958
9-60.1000 Carjacking—18 U.S.C. § 2119
9-60.1100 Violence Against Women Act
9-61.600 Bank Robbery and Bank Larceny—18 U.S.C. 2113
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)
9-63.500 Firearms Generally
9-63.900 Federal Explosives Statutes—18 U.S.C. §§ 841 - 848
9-63.1100 Tampering with Consumer Products—18 U.S.C. § 1365
9-63.1200 Gangs and Gang-Related Youth Violence—Approval/Consultation Requirements
9-64.200 Postal Offenses
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
9-65.200 Threats Against the President and Successors to the Presidency; Threats Against Former Presidents; and Certain Other Secret Service Protectees
9-65.500 Interference with or Obstruction of the Secret Service—18 U.S.C. § 3056(d)
9-65.800 Protection of Foreign Officials, Internationally Protected Persons (IPPs) and Official Guests
9-65.900 Protection of a Member of a Federal Official's Family (18 U.S.C. § 115)
9-66.500 Destruction of Government Property (18 U.S.C. §§ 1361-1363, 1366)
9-73.010 Immigration Violations—Supervisory Responsibility
9-130.200 Supervisory Jurisdiction
9-130.300 Consultation Requirements
9-131.020 Investigative and Supervisory Jurisdiction
9-131.030 Consultation Prior to Prosecution
9-139.020 Investigatory and Supervisory Jurisdiction for Miscellaneous Labor Statutes

TESTAMENTARY DONATION
4-4.450 Decedent's Estate

TESTIMONY BEFORE CONGRESS
see CONGRESSIONAL APPEARANCES

TESTIMONY OF IRS EMPLOYEES
6-5.350 Subpoenas Served on Employees of the IRS

THEFT FROM INTERSTATE SHIPMENT
9-2.112 Statutory Limitations—Prosecutions
9-61.300 Theft From Interstate Shipment—18 U.S.C. § 659

THEFT PREVENTION DECALS
9-61.700 Motor Vehicle Theft Prevention Statutes

THING OF VALUE
9-47.100 Introduction
9-64.300 False Personation
9-132.020 Investigative and Supervisory Jurisdiction

THIRD PARTIES
1-2.105 Office of the Inspector General
1-4.320 Outside Activities Generally
3-12.414 Suspense of Criminal Fines—Criminal Debt is Uncollectible
4-5.640 FTCA Staff—Medical Care Recovery Act Cases
4-5.650 FTCA Staff—Medicare Recovery Cases
4-6.010 Federal Programs Branch—Subject Matter Areas
6-4.210 Filing False Tax Returns—Mail Fraud Charges or Mail Fraud Predicates for RICO
9-2.410 Prior Approvals Chart
9-11.254 Guidelines for Handling Documents Obtained by the Grand Jury
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
9-19.221 Request for Authorization to the Deputy Assistant Attorney General
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
9-19.400 Non-Applicability in Certain Situations
9-19.500 Sanctions
9-19.600 Criminal Tax Offenses
9-19.700 Contact Points for Advice and Approval
9-44.202 Overview of Authorized Investigative Demands—Limitations
9-59.100 Economic Espionage Act of 1996 (18 U.S.C. §§ 1831-1837)—Prosecutive Policy
9-113.420 Criminal Forfeiture Settlement Procedures
9-116.530 Liens, Mortgages, and Third Party Ownership Interests in Weed and Seed Transferred Real Property
9-118.200 II. Definitions
9-118.723 VII.B.3. Payment of Qualified Third Party Interests
9-118.742 VII.D.2. Claims of Unsecured Creditors
9-118.743 VII.D.3. Payment of Expenses
9-119.200 Policy Limitations on Application of Forfeiture Provisions to Attorney Fees

THIRD PARTY CONTRACTORS
9-118.742 VII.D.2. Claims of Unsecured Creditors

THIRD PARTY INTERESTS
see generally Title 9, Chapter 114

THIRD PARTY RECORDKEEPERS
6-5.220 Actions or Petitions to Quash or Enjoin IRS Summonses

THIRD PARTY SUBPOENA
4-6.010 Federal Programs Branch—Subject Matter Areas

THIRD PARTY TRANSFEREE
9-119.200 Policy Limitations on Application of Forfeiture Provisions to Attorney Fees

THREAT AGAINST SECRET SERVICE PROTECTEE
9-65.110 Protection of the President and Secret Service Protectees— Notification Requirement

THREAT AGAINST THE PRESIDENT
9-65.110 Protection of the President and Secret Service Protectees— Notification Requirement
see also ASSASSINATION and PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES

THREAT ASSESSMENT
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
9-21.300 Requests for Preliminary Interviews
9-21.400 Procedures for Securing Protection

THREATS AGAINST GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS
1-2.306 U.S. Marshals Service—Generally
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
3-15.160 Reporting Security Incidents and Emergency Security Support
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

THREE STRIKES
9-27.420 Plea Agreements: Considerations to be Weighed
9-60.020 Sentencing Enhancement—"Three Strikes" Law
9-63.1200 Gangs and Gang-Related Youth Violence—Approval/Consultation Requirements

THREE-JUDGE COURT
2-4.212 Civil Cases—Direct Appeals to the Supreme Court
8-2.233 Housing and Civil Enforcement Section—Title II of the Civil Rights Act of 1964
8-2.277 Preclearance of Voting Changes (Section 5)
8-2.280 Minority Language (Section 4(f)(4) and Section 203(c))
8-2.284 Eighteen-Year-Old Voters (Section 301)

TIMBER SALE CONTRACT
5-1.310 Authority of United States Attorneys to Initiate Actions Without Prior Authorization, i.e., Direct Referral Cases

TIME AND ATTENDANCE RECORDS
3-4.550 Pay Administration (General)
3-4.620 Alternative Work Schedules

TIME LIMITS, TIMELINESS
1-10.100 Litigation Against State Governments, Agencies or Entities
1-10.220 Case Processing by Teletype with Social Security Administration
1-12.000 Coordination of Parallel Criminal, Civil, and Administrative Proceedings
2-2.111 Prompt Recommendation Concerning Further Appellate Review
2-2.132 Serving and Filing Notice of Appeal—Pending Decision to Appeal or Cross-Appeal
2-2.140 Rehearing En Banc
2-2.300 Procedure in Interlocutory Appeals Under 28 U.S.C. § 1292(b)—Generally
2-2.311 Government Seeking Interlocutory Appeal—Solicitor General Authorization
2-2.312 Filing of 1292(b) Petition with Court of Appeals
2-2.320 Procedure for Interlocutory Appeals Available as of Right
2-2.400 State Court Proceedings
2-4.110 Criminal Cases—Appeal by Government
2-4.112 Criminal Cases—Appeal by Defendant
2-4.113 Criminal Cases—Rehearing In Court of Appeals
2-4.114 Criminal Cases—Petitions For Writs of Certiorari
2-4.121 Criminal Cases—Collateral Relief—28 U.S.C. § 2255 and Habeas Corpus
2-4.122 Criminal Cases—Other
2-4.123 Criminal Cases—Mandamus
2-4.211 Civil Cases—Supreme Court Petitions for Certiorari
2-4.220 Civil Cases—Appeals to Court of Appeals
2-4.222 Civil Cases—Cross-Appeals
2-4.250 Petition Requesting Rehearing In Banc
3-4.430 Performance Management—Performance Appraisal for Attorneys and Non-attorneys
3-5.200 Processing Complaints of Discrimination
3-10.141 Returning Deficient Referrals
3-10.420 Return of Certain Bankruptcy Cases to Agencies for Collection
3-10.700 Terminating Civil Postjudgment Collection Action—Suspension of Collection Action
3-12.400 Suspense of Criminal Collection Activity
3-15.180 Occupational Safety and Health Program
3-17.131 Specific Processing Procedures in Department of Justice
3-18.220 Urgent Reports—Notice of Interviews of Subjects of Investigations
4-1.511 Cases Delegated to United States Attorneys
4-2.300 Service of Process
4-6.332 Area 3—Government Information—General Information for Particular Case Types (Including Jurisdiction and Exhaustion of Administrative Remedies)
4-6.390 Area 10—Employment Discrimination Litigation
4-6.396 Social Security Act Review Procedure
4-6.399 Telefax Critical Mail Procedures
4-7.100 Reporting of Decisions
5-6.520 Preparing Responsive Pleadings in Actions Directed Against the United States, Its Agencies or Officials
5-12.340 Cooperation and Coordination with Environmental Protection Agency
6-4.248 Status Reports
6-5.110 Suits to Collect Tax and Foreclose Tax Liens—Generally
6-5.323 Procedures
6-5.523 Appeal to United States District Court
6-5.530 Receivership Proceedings
6-5.722 Filing of Notice of Appeal by the Government
6-6.440 Opportunity for Conference Regarding Offers
6-7.100 Duties of the Post-Litigation Unit
8-2.170 Standards for Amicus Participation
9-2.010 Investigations
9-2.031 Dual and Successive Prosecution Policy ("Petite Policy")
9-2.170 Decision to Appeal and to File Petitions in Appellate Courts
9-5.100 Policy Regarding the Disclosure to Prosecutors of Potential Impeachment Information Concerning Law Enforcement Agency Witnesses ("Giglio Policy")
9-15.635 Interpol Red Notices
9-17.000 Speedy Trial Act of 1974
9-37.001 Introduction
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
9-75.410 Obscenity/Sexual Exploitation—Request to Re-export
9-85.240 Independent Counsel Provisions—Ethics In Government Act
9-111.600 Seized Cash Management
9-112.210 Sixty-Day Notice Period in All Administrative Forfeiture Cases

TIME-LIMITED PROMOTION
3-1.200 Prior Approval Requirements
3-4.300 Employment (General)
see also PROMOTION

TITLE APPROVAL
5-15.001 Area of Responsibility

TITLE COMPANY LIABILITY
5-15.534 Title Evidence—Title Company Liability

TITLE EVIDENCE
see EVIDENCE OF TITLE

TITLE INSURANCE
4-3.430 Payment of Compromises—Compromise Payable by Client Agency or Insurer
5-15.534 Title Evidence—Title Company Liability
5-15.535 Title Evidence—Certification of Ownership
9-115.412 Indemnification Agreement in Addition to Special Warranty Deed
9-115.420 General Warranty Deed
9-115.421 Approval for Use of a General Warranty Deed

TITLE SEARCHES
5-15.530 Title Evidence—Purpose

TOLL RECORDS
9-2.400 Prior Approvals Chart
9-11.120 Power of a Grand Jury Limited by Its Function
9-11.140 Limitation on Grand Jury Subpoenas
9-13.400 News Media Subpoenas—Subpoenas for News Media Telephone Toll Records—Interrogation, Indictment, or Arrest of Members of the News Media

TOLLING OF THE STATUTE OF LIMITATIONS
4-3.412 Dismissal Where Suit Has Been Filed
4-5.413 Constitutional Torts—Analysis of Complaint
4-6.396 Social Security Act Review Procedure

TORT LITIGATION
see generally Title 4, Chapter 5

TORTS BRANCH
see generally Title 4, Chapter 5
see also
4-1.210 Responsibilities of Organizational Units in the Civil Division
4-1.211 Torts Branch
4-1.511 Cases Delegated to United States Attorneys
4-1.512 Cases Monitored by Civil Division
4-1.600 Prior Approvals
4-4.120 Civil Penalties And Civil Monetary Forfeitures
4-4.210 Court of Federal Claims
5-12.100 Area of Responsibility—Statutes Administered

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

TOTAL NET ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE
3-9.211 Reporting and Management—Establishing Quantitative Goals

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

TOXIC SUBSTANCES CONTROL ACT
5-6.130 Statutes Administered
5-11.101 Statutes Administered
5-12.100 Area of Responsibility—Statutes Administered

TOXIC SUBSTANCES AND TOXIC TORTS
4-1.313 Retained Cases
4-4.210 Court of Federal Claims
4-5.100 Tort Litigation—Generally
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
5-6.130 Statutes Administered
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

TRACING DOCTRINE
9-61.200 National Stolen Property Act—18 U.S.C. § 2311, 2314, and 2315

TRADE SECRETS
1-6.240 Authorizing Disclosure in General
1-6.340 Authorizing Disclosure in General
4-4.330 Suits Involving Trademarks, Trade Secrets, or Technical Data
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

TRADEMARK
4-1.313 Retained Cases
4-4.330 Suits Involving Trademarks, Trade Secrets, or Technical Data
7-3.600 Specialized Sections
9-59.100 Economic Espionage Act of 1996 (18 U.S.C. §§ 1831-1837)—Prosecutive Policy
9-68.100 Introduction
9-68.500 Trademark Counterfeiting—Notification to the United States Attorney of Applications for Ex Parte Seizure Orders

TRADEMARK COUNTERFEITING
see generally Title 9, Chapter 68

TRADING WITH THE ENEMY ACT
4-6.380 Area 8—Foreign and Domestic Commerce
9-90.020 National Security Matters—Prior Approval, Consultation, and Notification Requirements
9-90.630 Trading With the Enemy Act—50 U.S.C.App. § 5(b)/Foreign Assets Control

TRAINING
1-2.117 Office of Community Oriented Policing Service (COPS)
1-2.119 Executive Office for United States Attorneys
1-2.207 Justice Management Division
1-2.302 Drug Enforcement Administration
1-2.303 Federal Bureau of Investigation
1-2.305 The Office of Justice Programs
1-2.306 U.S. Marshals Service—Generally
1-11.300 Department Responsibilities
1-12.000 Coordination of Parallel Criminal, Civil, and Administrative Proceedings
3-1.200 Prior Approval Requirements
3-4.511 Classification Under the General Schedule
3-4.630 Absence and Leave
3-4.720 Affirmative Employment Programs—Upward Mobility Program
3-5.100 Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) Policy
3-5.105 Training
3-5.150 Employees With Disabilities
3-6.010 Office of Legal Education
3-6.100 Attorney and Staff Training—Generally
3-7.100 History and Overview
3-7.340 Emergency Victim/Witness Programs
3-8.900 Law Enforcement Coordinating Committee (LECC) Expenses
3-9.150 Outreach and Training
3-11.120 Standards For Internal Financial Control-Employee Responsibilities
3-13.100 Delegation of Procurement Authority (DPA)
3-15.010 Introduction
3-15.170 Deputation (Authorization to Carry Firearms)
3-15.180 Occupational Safety and Health Program
3-15.190 Emergency Planning
3-15.300 Security Education and Awareness
3-17.121 Office of Information and Privacy
3-19.111 Expert Witness
4-1.520 Liaison of United States Attorneys with Client Agencies
5-6.200 Organization in General
5-11.111 Policy-Making, Support, and Other Functions of the ENRD
8-2.261 Civil Rights of Institutionalized Persons
8-2.500 Office of Special Counsel For Immigration Related Unfair Employment Practices
9-2.420 Prior Approvals Chart
9-44.160 Guidelines for Multidistrict Health Care Fraud Initiatives
9-75.520 Child Victims' and Child Witnesses' Rights
9-118.725 VII.B.5. Program Management Expenses

TRAINING EXPENSES
3-6.100 Attorney and Staff Training—Generally
9-118.725 VII.B.5. Program Management Expenses

TRAINING OF FOREIGN OFFICIALS
1-2.302 Drug Enforcement Administration

TRANSACTIONAL IMMUNITY
9-23.100 Witness Immunity—Generally

TRANSCRIPT OF RECORD
5-15.516 Transmittal of Record
5-15.538 Title Evidence—Curative Materials

TRANSCRIPTS
2-2.111 Prompt Recommendation Concerning Further Appellate Review
3-8.210 Depositions
3-8.420 Court Reporters
3-8.450 Grand Jury Reporting
3-8.510 Transcripts
3-8.625 Chargeable to Other Agencies
3-13.400 Reporting and Transcription Services
4-6.396 Social Security Act Review Procedure
5-15.516 Transmittal of Record
5-15.536 Certificates as to Parties in Possession and Mechanics' Liens
5-15.537 Final Title Evidence
5-15.538 Title Evidence—Curative Materials
5-15.592 Procedure in Recommending Appeal
6-4.242 Recommendation Following a Grand Jury Investigation
9-2.170 Decision to Appeal and to File Petitions in Appellate Courts
9-5.150 Authorization to Close Judicial Proceedings to Members of the Press and Public
9-15.240 Documents Required in Support of Request for Extradition
9-27.450 Records of Plea Agreements
9-37.130 Memorandum, cont'd—Application of Retroactivity Principles to Title I

TRANSFER OF FORFEITED PROPERTY
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
9-118.440 IV.D. Personal Property
9-118.800 VIII. Transfer of Forfeited Property to Foreign Countries

TRANSFER TO ADULT STATUS
9-8.130 Motion to Transfer

TRANSFERS OF DOJ EMPLOYEES
3-10.600 Transfers
3-10.620 Assists

TRANSFERS AND OBTAINING PRISONERS FOR PROSECUTION
9-14.000 Transfers and Obtaining Prisoners for Prosecution

TRANSLATIONS
3-8.625 Chargeable to Other Agencies
9-13.530 Special Considerations—Translations
9-15.250 Procedure After Assembling Documents
9-15.300 Procedure in the Foreign Country
9-118.722 VII.B.2. Case Related Expenses

TRANSPORTATION
see generally Title 9, Chapter 76

TRANSPORTING ALIENS
9-73.100 Immigration Violations—8 U.S.C. § 1324

TRAP AND TRACE
9-60.200 Criminal Sanctions Against Illegal Electronic Surveillance

TRAVEL
1-4.010 Introduction
1-4.500 Gifts Received From Foreign Governments
1-6.620 Reimbursement of Travel Expenses
3-1.200 Prior Approval Requirements
3-4.550 Pay Administration (General)
3-7.340 Emergency Victim/Witness Programs
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
3-8.550 Expenses Requiring Prior Authorization
3-8.622 Chargeable to "Fees and Expenses of Witness" Appropriation
3-8.700 Travel Authority
3-8.720 Payment for Travel Expenses
3-8.730 Foreign Travel
3-8.740 First Class Transportation
3-8.800 Relocation
3-8.900 Law Enforcement Coordinating Committee (LECC) Expenses
3-13.500 Motor Vehicle Management—Acquisition of Leased Government Vehicles
3-14.200 Parking Space
3-15.110 Personnel Security
3-19.120 Pre-Appearance Conferences
3-19.123 Allowances
3-19.124 Advances
3-19.312 Witness' Advance—American Citizens—Compensation for Necessary Travel to the United States
3-19.412 Serving a Subpoena Government Officers, Agents or Employees
3-19.421 Federal Government Employees—Expenses for Travel
3-19.500 Armed Forces Witnesses—Military Personnel—Fees and Travel Expenses
3-19.820 Payment of Travel Expenses of Defendant and Counsel to Attend Depositions Taken at the Instance of the Government
9-2.400 Prior Approvals Chart
9-5.110 Testimony of FBI Laboratory Examiners
9-13.534 Foreign Travel by Prosecutors
9-13.535 Depositions
9-21.910 Dual Payments Prohibited
9-60.1100 Violence Against Women Act
9-63.171 Prosecution Policy for False Information (49 U.S.C. § 46507(1))
9-90.020 National Security Matters—Prior Approval, Consultation, and Notification Requirements
9-118.722 VII.B.2. Case Related Expenses
see also SUBSISTENCE and PER DIEM

TRAVEL ABROAD
1-4.500 Gifts Received From Foreign Governments
3-1.200 Prior Approval Requirements
3-8.730 Foreign Travel
3-15.110 Personnel Security
9-13.534 Foreign Travel by Prosecutors
9-13.535 Depositions

TREASON
see ESPIONAGE AND TREASON

TREASURY AGENTS
1-10.210 Notification to Special Agent in Charge Concerning Illegal or Improper Actions by DEA or Treasury Agents

TREASURY CHECKS
9-64.133 Prosecution Policy—18 U.S.C. § 495 or § 510

TREASURY DEPARTMENT
1-2.121 International Criminal Police Organization-United States National Central Bureau (INTERPOL-USNCB)
1-2.306 U.S. Marshals Service—Generally
1-2.308 U.S. Marshals Service—Asset Seizure and Forfeiture
1-2.403 Foreign Claims Settlement Commission
1-10.210 Notification to Special Agent in Charge Concerning Illegal or Improper Actions by DEA or Treasury Agents
3-11.133 Receipt of Cash or Currency
4-3.432 Payment of Compromises—Federal Tort Claims Act Suits
4-5.240 Torts Branch Procedures—FTCA Payment Procedure
4-6.010 Federal Programs Branch—Subject Matter Areas
4-6.380 Area 8—Foreign and Domestic Commerce
4-10.100 Payment and Satisfaction of Judgement Against the Government
4-10.110 Payment of Judgments by the Department of the Treasury and Postal Service
5-15.555 Refund of Balance When Owner Not Locatable
6-5.113 Public Sale; Bidding by United States Attorney
6-5.350 Subpoenas Served on Employees of the IRS
9-4.123 12 U.S.C.: Banks and Banking
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
9-4.135 22 U.S.C.: Foreign Relations and Intercourse
9-4.139 26 U.S.C.: Internal Revenue Code
9-4.141 27 U.S.C.: Intoxicating Liquor
9-4.146 31 U.S.C.: Money and Finance
9-4.163 45 U.S.C.: Railroads
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
9-5.100 Policy Regarding the Disclosure to Prosecutors of Potential Impeachment Information Concerning Law Enforcement Agency Witnesses ("Giglio Policy")
9-63.516 Charging Machinegun Offenses Under 18 U.S.C. § 922(o), Instead of Under the National Firearms Act
9-79.200 Bank Records and Foreign Transactions Act
9-90.210 Contacts with the Intelligence Community Regarding Criminal Investigations or Prosecutions
9-90.630 Trading With the Enemy Act—50 U.S.C.App. § 5(b)/Foreign Assets Control
9-90.640 International Emergency Economic Powers Act—50 U.S.C. § 1701 et seq.
9-105.750 Money Laundering Offenses Under § 1956(a)(1)(A)(ii)
9-113.107 Forfeiture Settlements Involving Partial Payments
9-118.990 X. U.S. CUSTOMS SERVICE FORFEITURES

TREASURY ENFORCEMENT COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS (TECS)
1-2.121 International Criminal Police Organization-United States National Central Bureau (INTERPOL-USNCB)

TREATIES
1-2.402 U.S. Parole Commission
4-1.325 United States Attorney Responsibilities—Judicial Assistance to Foreign Tribunals
5-1.310 Authority of United States Attorneys to Initiate Actions Without Prior Authorization, i.e., Direct Referral Cases
5-7.120 Statutes Administered
5-9.120 Statutes Administered
5-10.120 Statutes Administered
5-10.312 Notice to Wildlife and Marine Resources Section of Intention to File Direct Referral Action
6-5.210 Summons Litigation—Enforcement Cases—Direct Referrals
9-2.173 Arrest of Foreign Nationals
9-2.400 Prior Approvals Chart
9-13.520 Methods of Obtaining Evidence from Abroad
9-13.540 Assisting Foreign Prosecutors
9-15.100 Definition and General Principles
9-15.210 Role of the Office of International Affairs
9-15.230 Request for Provisional Arrest
9-15.240 Documents Required in Support of Request for Extradition
9-15.300 Procedure in the Foreign Country
9-15.500 Post Extradition Considerations—Limitations on Further Prosecution
9-15.635 Interpol Red Notices
9-15.700 Foreign Extradition Requests
9-15.800 Plea Agreements and Related Matters—Prohibition
9-20.230 Supervising Section—Indian Country Offenses
9-35.010 Introduction
9-35.100 Role of the United States Attorneys' Offices—Inclusion of Promises Regarding Transfers in Plea Agreements

TRESPASS
5-1.310 Authority of United States Attorneys to Initiate Actions Without Prior Authorization, i.e., Direct Referral Cases
5-14.310 Authority of United States Attorneys to Initiate or Terminate Actions Without Prior Authorization
9-7.302 Consensual Monitoring—"Procedures for Lawful, Warrantless Interceptions of Verbal Communications"
9-65.400 Protection of Temporary Residences and Offices of the President and Other Secret Service Protectees (18 U.S.C. § 1752)
9-69.300 Prison Offenses (18 U.S.C. §§ 1791-1793)

TRIAL BY MAGISTRATE
5-5.130 Proposed Findings of Fact and Conclusions of Law

TRIAL DE NOVO
4-1.511 Cases Delegated to United States Attorneys
4-4.120 Civil Penalties And Civil Monetary Forfeitures
4-6.332 Area 3—Government Information—General Information for Particular Case Types (Including Jurisdiction and Exhaustion of Administrative Remedies)

TRIBAL ASSETS
5-14.100 Area of Responsibility

TRIBAL COURTS
9-20.100 Introduction

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

TUCKER ACT, LITTLE TUCKER ACT
2-4.221 Civil Cases—Appeals to the Federal Circuit From District Courts
4-2.200 Venue
4-3.430 Payment of Compromises—Compromise Payable by Client Agency or Insurer
4-4.210 Court of Federal Claims
4-4.220 Federal Circuit
4-5.510 Environmental Torts (Formerly Environmental and Occupational Disease Litigation (EODL))—Introduction
4-5.520 Conduct of Toxic Tort and Asbestos Litigation
5-7.120 Statutes Administered
9-37.120 Memorandum, cont'd—Definition of "Retroactively"

TUNNEY ACT
7-5.612 Settlements

TURN-OVER HEARINGS
6-5.522 Directly Referred Cases

TWO WITNESS RULE
9-27.300 Selecting Charges—Charging Most Serious Offenses

TWO-YEAR RESTRICTION FOR SUPERVISORS
1-4.620 Two-Year Restriction for Supervisors

TYING
7-4.200 Clayton Act, 15 U.S.C. Secs. 14, 18, 19, and 20
7-5.420 Civil Actions Generally

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