Entity: DOJ - Executive Office for U.S. Attorneys

FOIA to EOUSA Seeking Communications with the White House Concerning Michael Flynn

February 28, 2020
FOIA to the Executive Office for U.S. Attorneys seeking communications with the White House concerning the federal criminal case against former National Security Advisor Michael Flynn.

News Roundup: Trump Has Learned His ‘Lesson’

February 14, 2020
Trump's sights appear to be trained on making the Justice Department his personal political arm for helping allies and punishing perceived enemies.

FOIA to EOUSA Seeking Communications with Giuliani

February 14, 2020
FOIA to the Department of Justice's Executive Office for United States Attorneys seeking any communications of the Pittsburgh U.S. Attorney’s Office with Rudy Giuliani. American Oversight seeks these records to shed light on the DOJ's actions related to sensitive investigations that could affect the 2020 presidential election.

American Oversight Is Investigating the Justice Department Leadership’s Intervention in the Roger Stone Case

February 13, 2020
American Oversight filed FOIA requests with the Justice Department to uncover the extent to which President Trump’s personal interests were behind top officials’ stunning decision this week to intervene in the prosecution of Roger Stone.

FOIA to DOJ Seeking Documentation and Approval for Decision to Overrule Prosecutors in Roger Stone Case

February 13, 2020
FOIA to the Justice Department seeking written documentation and approval justifying the department's decision to depart from the sentencing guidelines range in the case United States v. Stone.

News Roundup: Fiona Hill’s Warnings, Nikki Haley’s Emails, and Matt Bevin’s Stay at Trump’s Hotel

November 22, 2019
As we wait for the State Department to produce documents in our lawsuit for Ukraine-related records (Friday is their deadline), plenty has happened on Capitol Hill.
(Photo: Brookings Institution)

FOIA to EOUSA Seeking Communications with ICE Regarding Federal Prosecution of State Court Judge

November 18, 2019
FOIA to the Executive Office for United States Attorneys seeking communications between senior Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials and the U.S. Attorney's Office for the District of Massachusetts concerning federal prosecution of a Massachusetts state court judge for allegedly allowing a criminal defendant out the rear door of her courtroom to evade Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) detention.