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Civil Division

The Civil Division defends lawsuits brought against the United States, such as constitutional torts, medical malpractice, negligence claims, defense of federal programs and agency decisions, employment discrimination, immigration, social security, and bankruptcy. In addition, the Civil Division brings affirmative civil rights actions and mortgage fraud cases on behalf of the government.


Criminal Division

The Criminal Division prosecutes all violations of federal criminal law occurring in Guam and the Northern Mariana Islands. Among the many statutes found in federal law, the United States Attorney’s Office prosecutes such crimes as terrorism, organized crime, serious narcotics trafficking, complex fraud schemes, public corruption, and more.

Updated June 14, 2019