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Baird of Wilmot is a federal administrative law judge.
Miller is a retired Naval officer, Department of Justice attorney, and federal administrative law judge.
Federal Administrative Law Judges Who Handle Immigration Cases and Social Security Disability Claims Will Discuss Threats and Attacks on Judges and Lax Security in Federal Courtrooms and Facilities, Suggest Improvements WASHINGTON, Aug.
A federal administrative law judge for the National Transportation Safety Board will hear the case in Minneapolis on 22 June.
Landmark decision raises serious questions about surveys IN WHAT APPEARS TO BE THE FIRST DECISION OF ITS TYPE, A FEDeral administrative law judge (ALJ) has overruled the termination of a skilled nursing facility from the Medicare Program (Carehouse use Convalescent Hospital, Petitioner v.
Judge Overrules Medicare Termination In a determination that a law firm representing a nursing home claims to be a first, a federal administrative law judge (AU) has overruled the termination of a skilled nursing facility from the Medicare and Medicaid programs.
Sheriff's officials said men categorized as ``transitional'' inmates will be housed in the jail before and during deportation hearings that a federal administrative law judge will conduct at the jail.
But if he and others have their way -- that is, if Federal Administrative Law Judge Francis Young Jr.