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Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

Federal and State Legal Systems

 

investigations & violations of law

 

LEGAL ASSISTANCE

 

FEDERAL CASES

 

Prisons

 

NOTE: The Department of Justice has no authority to intervene in matters of state law. The Department of Justice can assume jurisdiction only when there has been a violation of federal law. Accordingly, you may want to consider consulting with local law enforcement agencies, your state’s Attorney General’s Office, or the appropriate state or local officials. Administrative members of the court with jurisdiction over your matter or private counsel may also be useful in addressing your concerns.