US Attorney General

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n US Attorney General the person who holds the position of secretary of the Justice Department "Edmund Randolph was the first Attorney General, appointed by President Washington"
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Usage

In literature:

Attorney General Sewell trembled us he received the deep cuts from the falchion quill of this devoted patriot.
"Sages and Heroes of the American Revolution" by L. Carroll Judson
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In news:

US Attorney General Eric Holder (Mark Wilson/Getty).
Michigan Attorney General asks US Supreme Court to decide affirmative action ban.
The ruling that ended Michigan's ban on affirmative action in college admissions was put on hold Friday until the US Supreme Court decides to hear an appeal by the state's attorney general.
DETROIT—The ruling that ended Michigan's ban on affirmative action in college admissions was put on hold Friday until the US Supreme Court decides to hear an appeal by the state's attorney general.
For the last nine years, Mr Kleiner was an assistant attorney general in the Tucson office of the US Justice Department, where he focused on white-collar crime.
The US Attorney General's office says the false billing happened at Flint's New Century Adult Day Program Services.
The state attorney general's office will ask to have an execution date set if the US Supreme Court denies the request, said spokeswoman Jan Schaefer.
Michigan attorney general lobbies US Supreme Court to overturn affirmative action ruling.
Emanuel stopped short of recommending whether Attorney General Lisa Madigan should file an appeal with the US Supreme Court, something Madigan's office said she is considering.
Assistant US Attorney General Lanny Breuer says the money-laundering settlement with HSBC will keep the bank from breaking the rules again.
Indiana Attorney General Greg Zoeller says the US - 1:03 pm.
US Attorney General Eric Holder.
Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott says the state will have to work swiftly to determine what is needed to comply with the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, after the US Supreme Court upheld the law Thursday.
Assistant US attorney general argues its voter ID requirement could be discriminatory.
Tom Perez, assistant attorney general for the civil rights division of the US Department of Justice , addresses a crowd at Glen Iris Elementary (The Birmingham News/Tamika Moore).
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