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WASHINGTON -- The Justice Department claims impressive results in curbing counterfeit trading and copyright theft but Hollywood leaders and economists aren't buying it -- L.
The Justice Department laid out its rationale for the spying in a document entitled "Legal Authorities Supporting the Activities of the National Security Agency.
The Justice Department recognized it had a public relations problem.
Brown retired from the Justice Department in January 2001 at the age of 94.
Nor does he scrutinize the handling of the case by the Justice Department, or raise the question of why the Justice Department failed to question ADM Chairman Dwayne Andreas or company President James Randall--a matter on which the Justice Department refuses to comment.
Last month, Attorney General Janet Reno rejected the senators' demand for the Justice Department to launch a criminal investigation of Americans United -- and in the process cleared the organization of all charges.
Microsoft says the problem is Big Brother; the Justice Department says it's Big Business.
In the case of a joint venture with a foreign official, the Justice Department may ask or require that your request include detailed representations and warranties from the official assuring his or her compliance with the act.