Contents 1 History 2 Headquarters 3 Organization 3.1 Leadership offices 3.2 Divisions 3.3 Law enforcement agencies 3.4 Offices 3.5 Other offices and programs 4 Finances and budget 5 See also 6 Notes and references 7 External links


History[edit] The office of the Attorney General was established by the Judiciary Act of 1789 as a part-time job for one person, but grew with the bureaucracy. At one time, the Attorney General gave legal advice to the U.S. Congress as well as the President, but in 1819 the Attorney General began advising Congress alone to ensure a manageable workload.[6] Until March 3, 1853, the salary of the Attorney General was set by statute at less than the amount paid to other Cabinet members. Early Attorneys General supplemented their salaries by running private law practices, often arguing cases before the courts as attorneys for paying litigants.[7] Following unsuccessful efforts (in 1830 and 1846) to make Attorney General a full-time job,[8] in 1869, the U.S. House Committee on the Judiciary, led by Congressman William Lawrence, conducted an inquiry into the creation of a "law department" headed by the Attorney General and also composed of the various department solicitors and United States attorneys. On February 19, 1868, Lawrence introduced a bill in Congress to create the Department of Justice. President Ulysses S. Grant signed the bill into law on June 22, 1870.[9] The Department of Justice officially began operations on July 1, 1870.[6] Just prior to the Civil War, in February 1861, the Confederate States of America established a Department of Justice.[10] Though "[t]he second American department of justice was brought into being on July 1, 1870, fifty years of amendments were required before it reached a status comparable to that of its Confederate predecessor."[11] Grant appointed Amos T. Akerman as Attorney General and Benjamin H. Bristow as America's first Solicitor General. Both Akerman and Bristow used the Department of Justice to vigorously prosecute Ku Klux Klan members in the early 1870s. In the first few years of Grant's first term in office there were 1000 indictments against Klan members with over 550 convictions from the Department of Justice. By 1871, there were 3000 indictments and 600 convictions with most only serving brief sentences while the ringleaders were imprisoned for up to five years in the federal penitentiary in Albany, New York. The result was a dramatic decrease in violence in the South. Akerman gave credit to Grant and told a friend that no one was "better" or "stronger" then Grant when it came to prosecuting terrorists.[12] George H. Williams, who succeeded Akerman in December 1871, continued to prosecute the Klan throughout 1872 until the spring of 1873 during Grant's second term in office.[13] William's then placed a moratorium on Klan prosecutions partially because the Justice Department, inundated by cases involving the Klan, did not have the manpower to continue prosecutions.[13] The "Act to Establish the Department of Justice" drastically increased the Attorney General's responsibilities to include the supervision of all United States Attorneys, formerly under the Department of the Interior, the prosecution of all federal crimes, and the representation of the United States in all court actions, barring the use of private attorneys by the federal government.[14] The law also created the office of Solicitor General to supervise and conduct government litigation in the Supreme Court of the United States.[15] With the passage of the Interstate Commerce Act in 1887, the federal government took on some law enforcement responsibilities, and the Department of Justice tasked with performing these.[16] In 1884, control of federal prisons was transferred to the new department, from the Department of Interior. New facilities were built, including the penitentiary at Leavenworth in 1895, and a facility for women located in West Virginia, at Alderson was established in 1924.[17] In 1933, President Franklin D. Roosevelt issued an executive order which gave the Department of Justice responsibility for the "functions of prosecuting in the courts of the United States claims and demands by, and offsenses [sic] against, the Government of the United States, and of defending claims and demands against the Government, and of supervising the work of United States attorneys, marshals, and clerks in connection therewith, now exercised by any agency or officer..."[18]


Headquarters[edit] Main article: Robert F. Kennedy Department of Justice Building The U.S. Department of Justice building was completed in 1935 from a design by Milton Bennett Medary. Upon Medary's death in 1929, the other partners of his Philadelphia firm Zantzinger, Borie and Medary took over the project. On a lot bordered by Constitution and Pennsylvania Avenues and Ninth and Tenth Streets, Northwest, it holds over 1,000,000 square feet (93,000 m2) of space. The sculptor C. Paul Jennewein served as overall design consultant for the entire building, contributing more than 50 separate sculptural elements inside and outside.[citation needed] Various efforts, none entirely successful, have been made to determine the original intended meaning of the Latin motto appearing on the Department of Justice seal, Qui Pro Domina Justitia Sequitur (literally "Who For Lady Justice Strives"). It is not even known exactly when the original version of the DOJ seal itself was adopted, or when the motto first appeared on the seal. The most authoritative opinion of the DOJ suggests that the motto refers to the Attorney General (and thus, by extension, to the Department of Justice) "who prosecutes on behalf of justice (or the Lady Justice)".[19] The motto's conception of the prosecutor (or government attorney) as being the servant of justice itself finds concrete expression in a similarly-ordered English-language inscription ("THE UNITED STATES WINS ITS POINT WHENEVER JUSTICE IS DONE ITS CITIZENS IN THE COURTS") in the above-door paneling in the ceremonial rotunda anteroom just outside the Attorney General's office in the Department of Justice Main Building in Washington, D.C.[20] The building was renamed in honor of former Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy in 2001. It is sometimes referred to as "Main Justice".[21]


Organization[edit] Organizational chart for the Dept. of Justice. (Click to enlarge) Leadership offices[edit] Office of the Attorney General Office of the Deputy Attorney General Office of the Associate Attorney General Office of the United States Principal Deputy Associate Attorney General Office of the Solicitor General of the United States Divisions[edit] Division Date Established (as formal division) Antitrust Division 1933[22] Civil Division (originally called the Claims Division; adopted current name on February 13, 1953)[23][24] 1933[23] Civil Rights Division 1957[25] Criminal Division 1919[26] Environment and Natural Resources Division (ENRD) (originally called the Land and Natural Resources Division; adopted current name in 1990)[27] 1909[27] Justice Management Division (JMD) (originally called the Administrative Division; adopted current name in 1985)[28] 1945[28] National Security Division (NSD) 2007[29] Tax Division 1933[30] War Division (defunct) 1942 (disestablished 1945)[31] Law enforcement agencies[edit] Several federal law enforcement agencies are administered by the Department of Justice: United States Marshals Service (USMS) – The office of U.S. Marshal was established by the Judiciary Act of 1789. The U.S. Marshals Service was established as an agency in 1969, and it was elevated to full bureau status under the Justice Department in 1974.[32][33] Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) – On July 26, 1908, a small investigative force was created within the Justice Department under Attorney General Charles Bonaparte. The following year, this force was officially named the Bureau of Investigation by Attorney General George W. Wickersham. In 1935, the bureau adopted its current name.[34] Federal Bureau of Prisons (BOP) – the Three Prisons Act of 1891 created the federal prison system. Congress created the Federal Bureau of Prisons in 1930 by Pub. L. No. 71–218, 46 Stat. 325, signed into law by President Hoover on May 14, 1930.[35][36][37] National Institute of Corrections Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) – Except for a brief period during Prohibition, ATF's predecessor bureaus were part of the Department of the Treasury for more than two hundred years.[38] ATF was first established by Department of Treasury Order No. 221, effective July 1, 1972; this order "transferred the functions, powers, and duties arising under laws relating to alcohol, tobacco, firearms, and explosives from the Internal Revenue Service to ATF.[39] In 2003, under the terms of the Homeland Security Act, ATF was split into two agencies – the new Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) was transferred to the Department of Justice, while the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau (TTB) was retained by the Department of the Treasury.[38] Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) Office of the Inspector General (OIG) Offices[edit] Executive Office for Immigration Review (EOIR) Executive Office for U.S. Attorneys (EOUSA) Executive Office of the United States Trustee (EOUST) Office of Attorney Recruitment and Management (OARM) Office of the Chief Information Officer In May 2014, the Department appointed Joseph Klimavicz as CIO.[40] Klimavicz succeeds Kevin Deeley, who served as acting CIO since November 2013 when the previous office holder, Luke McCormack, left to take the CIO post at the Department of Homeland Security.[40] Office of Dispute Resolution Office of the Federal Detention Trustee (OFDT) Office of Immigration Litigation Office of Information Policy Office of Intelligence Policy and Review (OIPR) Office of Intergovernmental and Public Liaison (merged with Office of Legislative Affairs on April 12, 2012) Office of Justice Programs (OJP) Bureau of Justice Assistance Bureau of Justice Statistics Community Capacity Development Office National Institute of Justice Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Sex Offender Sentencing, Monitoring, Apprehending, Registering, and Tracking Office (SMART) Office for Victims of Crime Office of the Police Corps and Law Enforcement Education Office of Legal Counsel (OLC) Office of Legal Policy (OLP) Office of Legislative Affairs Office of the Pardon Attorney Office of Privacy and Civil Liberties (OPCL) Office of Professional Responsibility (OPR) Office of Public Affairs Office on Sexual Violence and Crimes against Children Office of Tribal Justice Office on Violence Against Women Professional Responsibility Advisory Office (PRAO) United States Attorneys Offices United States Trustees Offices Office of Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS) Community Relations Service Other offices and programs[edit] Foreign Claims Settlement Commission of the United States INTERPOL, U.S. National Central Bureau National Drug Intelligence Center (former) Obscenity Prosecution Task Force (former) United States Parole Commission In March 2003, the United States Immigration and Naturalization Service was abolished and its functions transferred to the United States Department of Homeland Security. The Executive Office for Immigration Review and the Board of Immigration Appeals, which review decisions made by government officials under Immigration and Nationality law, remain under jurisdiction of the Department of Justice. Similarly the Office of Domestic Preparedness left the Justice Department for the Department of Homeland Security, but only for executive purposes. The Office of Domestic Preparedness is still centralized within the Department of Justice, since its personnel are still officially employed within the Department of Justice. In 2003, the Department of Justice created LifeAndLiberty.gov, a website that supported the USA PATRIOT Act. It was criticized by government watchdog groups for its alleged violation of U.S. Code Title 18 Section 1913, which forbids money appropriated by Congress to be used to lobby in favor of any law, actual or proposed.[41] The website has since been taken offline.


Finances and budget[edit] The Justice Department was authorized a budget for Fiscal Year 2015 of approximately $31 billion. The budget authorization is broken down as follows:[42] Program Funding (in millions) Management and Finance General Administration $129 Justice Information Sharing Technology $26 Administrative Reviews and Appeals Executive Office for Immigration Review Office of the Pardon Attorney $351 $347 $4 Office of the Inspector General $89 United States Parole Commission $13 National Security Division $92 Legal Activities Office of the Solicitor General $12 Tax Division $109 Criminal Division $202 Civil Division $298 Environmental and Natural Resources Division $112 Office of Legal Counsel $7 Civil Rights Division $162 Antitrust Division $162 United States Attorneys $1,955 United States Bankruptcy Trustees $226 Law Enforcement Activities United States Marshals Service $2,668 Federal Bureau of Investigation $8,347 Drug Enforcement Administration $2,018 Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives $1,201 Federal Bureau of Prisons $6,894 Interpol-Washington Office $32 Grant Programs Office of Justice Programs $1,427 Office of Community Oriented Policing Services $248 Office on Violence Against Women $410 Mandatory Spending Mandatory Spending $4,011 TOTAL $31,201


See also[edit] Government of the United States portal Capital punishment in the United States Incarceration in the United States Justice Litigation Punishment


Notes and references[edit] ^ Revision of Original Letter Dated 14 February 1992, United States Department of Justice. ^ Madan, Rafael (Fall 2008). "The Sign and Seal of Justice" (PDF). Ave Maria Law Review. 7: 123, 191–192. Retrieved 8 December 2014.  ^ "Fraud Section (FRD) | Department of Justice". Justice.gov. Retrieved 2017-02-04.  ^ "Organization, Mission & Functions Manual: Attorney General, Deputy and Associate | DOJ | Department of Justice". Justice.gov. Retrieved 2017-02-04.  ^ "Conduct of Law Enforcement Agencies | CRT | Department of Justice". Justice.gov. Retrieved 2017-02-04.  ^ a b "United States Department of Justice: About DOJ".  ^ Madan, Rafael (Fall 2008). "The Sign and Seal of Justice" (PDF). Ave Maria Law Review. 7: 123, 127–136. Retrieved 8 December 2014.  ^ Madan, Rafael (Fall 2008). "The Sign and Seal of Justice" (PDF). Ave Maria Law Review. 7: 123, 132–134. Retrieved 8 December 2014.  ^ "Public Acts of the Forty First Congress".  ^ Act of February 21, 1861, An Act to organize and establish an Executive Department to be known as the Department of Justice, Prov. C.S. Cong. ^ William M. Robinson, Justice in Grey, A History of the Judicial System of the Confederate States of America 38, additionally citing at n.33, Albert Langeluttig, The Department of Justice of the United States 12 (1927), and Arthur J. Dodge, Origin and Development of the Office of the Attorney General, House Doc. 510, 70th Cong., 2d Sess., at 65-78 (U.S. G.P.O., 1929). ^ Smith 2001, pp. 542–547. ^ a b Williams (1996), The Great South Carolina Ku Klux Klan Trials, 1871–1872, p. 123 ^ "Act to Establish the Department of Justice". Memory.loc.gov. Retrieved 2012-01-27.  ^ "About DOJ - DOJ - Department of Justice".  ^ Langeluttig, Albert (1927). The Department of Justice of the United States. Johns Hopkins Press. pp. 9–14.  ^ Langeluttig, Albert (1927). The Department of Justice of the United States. Johns Hopkins Press. pp. 14–15.  ^ Executive Order 6166, Sec. 5 (June 12, 1933), at [1]. ^ Madan, Rafael (Fall 2008). "The Sign and Seal of Justice" (PDF). Ave Maria Law Review. 7: 123, 125, 191–192, 203. Retrieved 2014-12-08.  ^ Madan, Rafael (Fall 2008). "The Sign and Seal of Justice" (PDF). Ave Maria Law Review. 7: 123, 192–203. Retrieved 8 December 2014.  ^ "PRESIDENTIAL MEMORANDUM DIRECTS DESIGNATION OF MAIN JUSTICE BUILDING AS THE "ROBERT F. KENNEDY JUSTICE BUILDING"". U.S. Department of Justice. Retrieved 2014-12-08.  ^ History of the Antitrust Division, United States Department of Justice. ^ a b Gregory C. Sisk & Michael F. Noone, Litigation with the Federal Government (4th ed.) (American Law Institute, 2006), pp. 10-11. ^ Former Assistant Attorneys General: Civil Division, U.S. Department of Justice. ^ Kevin Alonso & R. Bruce Anderson, "Civil Rights Legislation and Policy" in Postwar America: An Encyclopedia of Social, Political, Cultural, and Economic History (2006, ed. James Ciment), p .233. ^ Organization, Mission and Functions Manual: Criminal Division, United States Department of Justice. ^ a b Arnold W. Reitze, Air Pollution Control Law: Compliance and Enforcement (Environmental Law Institute, 2001), p. 571. ^ a b Cornell W. Clayton, The Politics of Justice: The Attorney General and the Making of Legal Policy (M.E. Sharpe, Inc., 1992), p. 34. ^ National Security Cultures: Patterns of Global Governance (Routledge, 2010; eds. Emil J. Kirchner & James Sperling), p. 195. ^ Nancy Staudt, The Judicial Power of the Purse: How Courts Fund National Defense in Times of Crisis (University of Chicago Press, 2011), p. 34. ^ Civilian Agency Records: Department of Justice Records, National Archived and Records Administration. ^ Larry K. Gaines & Victor E. Kappeler, Policing in America (8th ed. 2015), pp. 38–39. ^ United States Marshals Service Then … and Now (Office of the Director, United States Marshals Service, U.S. Department of Justice, 1978). ^ The FBI: A Comprehensive Reference Guide (Oryz Press, 1999, ed. Athan G. Theoharis), p. 102. ^ Mitchel P. Roth, Prisons and Prison Systems: A Global Encyclopedia (Greenwood, 2006), pp. 278–79. ^ Dean J. Champion, Sentencing: A Reference Handbook (ABC-CLIO, Inc.: 2008), pp. 22–23. ^ James O. Windell, Looking Back in Crime: What Happened on This Date in Criminal Justice History? (CRC Press, 2015), p. 91. ^ a b Transfer of ATF to U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives. ^ Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives Bureau, Federal Register. ^ a b Malykhina, Elena (April 25, 2014). "Justice Department Names New CIO". Government. InformationWeek.  ^ Dotgovwatch.com, October 18, 2007 ^ 2015 Department of Justice Budget Authority by Appropriation, United States Department of Justice, Accessed 2015-07-13


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