Judges Ask For More Security Amid Threats

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What's Next For Blagojevich Prosecutors?

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Justice Department Clears Tom Delay Of Corruption

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Former Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice Louis Butler was the first incumbent in the state in more than 40 years to lose his court seat. AP hide caption

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Report: Too Much Money Going To State Court Races

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Little Progress On Closing Guantanamo As Trials Start

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Republicans Block Liu's Judicial Nomination

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States Lay Out Battle Lines In Health Care Suits

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Cranes move materials at a construction site in central Baghdad in May. The U.S. government has spent more than $770 billion on private contractors in Afghanistan and Iraq since the wars began. U.S. prosecutors increasingly are targeting bribery schemes, but their efforts have been criticized for employing strong-arm tactics designed for terrorism cases. Ali Al-Saadi/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Prosecutors Criticized For Tactics Against Contractors

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Members of the Outlaws motorcycle club pass a roadblock as they ride through Hollis Center, Maine. Club members gathered for a memorial service for Thomas Mayne, a club leader who was killed during a shootout with federal agents on June 15. ATF agents were trying to arrest Mayne in his home in Old Orchard Beach, Maine. Joel Page/AP hide caption

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Feds Peel Back Chrome On Motorcycle Gangs

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Senate Judiciary Chairman Patrick Leahy (right) talks with ranking Republican Sen. Jeff Sessions during the committee's vote on the confirmation of Supreme Court nominee Elena Kagan on Tuesday. Alex Brandon/AP hide caption

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Senate Committee Approves Kagan Nomination

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'Snitch' Visa: Tool To Get Terrorism Suspects Talking

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President Obama and Attorney General Eric Holder in the Rose Garden of the White House in Washington on May 14. Their close relationship has sparked concerns about the distance between the White House and the Justice Department. Susan Walsh/AP hide caption

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Obama, Holder Catch Heat For Close Ties

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Feds Sue Arizona Over Immigration Law

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Supreme Court nominee Elena Kagan answers questions from members of the Senate Judiciary Committee on the second day of her confirmation hearings on Capitol Hill. Mark Wilson/Getty Images hide caption

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Kagan's Wit Helps Her Court Favor

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