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Title 28Chapter IPart 0


TITLE 28—Judicial Administration

CHAPTER I—DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE

PART 0—ORGANIZATION OF THE DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE

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Subpart A—ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE OF THE DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE

§0.1
Organizational units.
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Subpart B—OFFICE OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL

§0.5
Attorney General.
§0.10
Attorney General's Advisory Committee of U.S. Attorneys.
§0.11
Incentive Awards Board.
§0.12
Young American Medals Committee.
§0.13
Legal proceedings.
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Subpart C—OFFICE OF THE DEPUTY ATTORNEY GENERAL

§0.15
Deputy Attorney General.
§0.17
Office of Investigative Agency Policies.
§0.18a
Office of Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization.
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Subpart C-1—OFFICE OF THE ASSOCIATE ATTORNEY GENERAL

§0.19
Associate Attorney General.
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Subpart D—OFFICE OF THE SOLICITOR GENERAL

§0.20
General functions.
§0.21
Authorizing intervention by the Government in certain cases.
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Subpart D-1—EXECUTIVE OFFICE FOR U.S. ATTORNEYS

§0.22
General functions.
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Subpart D-2—OFFICE OF LEGAL POLICY

§0.23
General functions.
§0.23a
[Reserved]
§0.23b
Office of Asylum Policy and Review.
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Subpart D-3—OFFICE OF INFORMATION POLICY

§0.24
General functions.
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Subpart E—OFFICE OF LEGAL COUNSEL

§0.25
General functions.
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Subpart E-1—OFFICE OF INTERNATIONAL PROGRAMS

§0.26
Organization.
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Subpart E-2—OFFICE OF LEGISLATIVE AND INTERGOVERNMENTAL AFFAIRS

§0.27
General functions.
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Subpart E-3—OFFICE OF PUBLIC AFFAIRS

§0.28
General functions.
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Subpart E-4—OFFICE OF THE INSPECTOR GENERAL

§0.29
Organization.
§0.29a
General functions.
§0.29b
Reporting allegations of waste, fraud, or abuse.
§0.29c
Reporting allegations of employee misconduct.
§0.29d
Whistleblower protection for FBI employees.
§0.29e
Relationship to other departmental units.
§0.29f
Confidentiality.
§0.29g
Reprisals.
§0.29h
Specific authorities of the Inspector General.
§0.29i
Audit, inspection, and review authority.
§0.29j
Law enforcement authority.
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Subpart F—COMMUNITY RELATIONS SERVICE

§0.30
General functions.
§0.31
Designating officials to perform the functions of the Director.
§0.32
Applicability of existing departmental regulations.
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Subpart F-1—[RESERVED]

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Subpart F-2—INTERPOL-UNITED STATES NATIONAL CENTRAL BUREAU

§0.34
General functions.
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Subpart G—OFFICE OF THE PARDON ATTORNEY

§0.35
General functions; delegation of authority.
§0.36
Recommendations.
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Subpart G-1—EXECUTIVE OFFICE FOR UNITED STATES TRUSTEES

§0.37
Organization.
§0.38
Functions.
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Subpart G-2—OFFICE OF PROFESSIONAL RESPONSIBILITY

§0.39
Office of Professional Responsibility.
§0.39a
Functions.
§0.39b
Confidentiality of information.
§0.39c
Relationship to other departmental units.
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Subpart H—ANTITRUST DIVISION

§0.40
General functions.
§0.41
Special functions.
Appendix
Appendix to Subpart H of Part 0—Delegation of Authority Respecting Denials of Freedom of Information and Privacy Act Requests
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Subpart I—CIVIL DIVISION

§0.45
General functions.
§0.46
Certain civil litigation and foreign criminal proceedings.
§0.47
Alien property matters.
§0.48
International trade litigation.
§0.49
International judicial assistance.
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Subpart J—CIVIL RIGHTS DIVISION

§0.50
General functions.
§0.51
Leadership and coordination of nondiscrimination laws.
§0.52
Certifications under 18 U.S.C. 3503.
§0.53
Office of Special Counsel for Immigration Related Unfair Employment Practices.
Appendix
Appendix to Subpart J of Part 0
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Subpart K—CRIMINAL DIVISION

§0.55
General functions.
§0.56
Exclusive or concurrent jurisdiction.
§0.57
Criminal prosecutions against juveniles.
§0.58
Delegation respecting payment of benefits for disability or death of law enforcement officers not employed by the United States.
§0.59
Certain certifications under 18 U.S.C. 3331 and 3503.
§§0.61-0.62
[Reserved]
§0.63
Delegation respecting admission and naturalization of certain aliens.
§0.64
[Reserved]
§0.64-1
Central or Competent Authority under treaties and executive agreements on mutual assistance in criminal matters.
§0.64-2
Delegation respecting transfer of offenders to or from foreign countries.
§0.64-3
Delegation respecting designation of certain Department of Agriculture employees (Tick Inspectors) to carry and use firearms.
§0.64-4
Delegation respecting temporary transfers, in custody, of certain prisoner-witnesses from a foreign country to the United States to testify in Federal or State criminal proceedings.
§0.64-5
Policy with regard to bringing charges under the Economic Espionage Act of 1996, Pub. L. 104-294, effective October 11, 1996.
Appendix
Appendix to Subpart K of Part 0
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Subpart L—ENVIRONMENT AND NATURAL RESOURCES DIVISION

§0.65
General functions.
§0.65a
Litigation involving Environmental Protection Agency.
§0.66
Delegation respecting title opinions.
§0.67
Delegation respecting conveyances for public-airport purposes.
§0.68
Delegation respecting mineral leasing.
§0.69
Delegation of authority to make determinations and grants.
§0.69a
Delegation respecting approval of conveyances.
§0.69b
Delegation of authority respecting conveyances for public airports.
§0.69c
Litigation involving the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act.
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Subpart M—TAX DIVISION

§0.70
General functions.
§0.71
Delegation respecting immunity matters.
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Subpart N—NATIONAL SECURITY DIVISION

§0.72
National Security Division.
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Subpart O—JUSTICE MANAGEMENT DIVISION

§0.75
Policy functions.
§0.76
Specific functions.
§0.77
Operational functions.
§0.78
Implementation of financial disclosure requirements.
§0.79
Redelegation of authority.
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Subpart P—FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION

§0.85
General functions.
§0.85a
Criminal justice policy coordination.
§0.86
Seizure of gambling devices.
§0.87
Representation on committee for visit-exchange.
§0.88
Certificates for expenses of unforeseen emergencies.
§0.89
Authority to seize arms and munitions of war.
§0.89a
Delegations respecting claims against the FBI.
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Subpart P-1—OFFICE OF JUSTICE PROGRAMS AND RELATED AGENCIES

§0.90
Office of Justice Programs.
§0.91
Office for Victims of Crime.
§0.92
National Institute of Justice.
§0.93
Bureau of Justice Statistics.
§0.94
Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention.
§0.94-1
Bureau of Justice Assistance.
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Subpart Q—BUREAU OF PRISONS

§0.95
General functions.
§0.96
Delegations.
§0.96a
Interstate Agreement on Detainers.
§0.96b
Exchange of prisoners.
§0.96c
Cost of incarceration.
§0.97
Redelegation of authority.
§0.98
Functions of Commissioner of Federal Prison Industries.
§0.99
Compensation to Federal prisoners.
Appendix
Appendix to Subpart Q of Part 0—Confinement of Persons in District of Columbia Correctional Institutions
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Subpart R—DRUG ENFORCEMENT ADMINISTRATION

§0.100
General functions.
§0.101
Specific functions.
§0.102
Drug enforcement policy coordination.
§0.103
Release of information.
§0.103a
Delegations respecting claims against the Drug Enforcement Administration.
§0.104
Redelegation of authority.
Appendix
Appendix to Subpart R of Part 0—Redelegation of Functions
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Subpart S—IMMIGRATION AND NATURALIZATION SERVICE

§0.105
General functions.
§0.106
Certificates for expenses of unforeseen emergencies.
§0.107
Representation on committee for visit-exchange.
§0.108
Redelegation of authority.
§0.109
Implementation of the Treaty of Friendship and General Relations Between the United States and Spain.
§0.110
Implementation of the Convention Between the United States and Greece.
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Subpart T—UNITED STATES MARSHALS SERVICE

§0.111
General functions.
§0.111a
Temporary prisoner-witness transfers.
§0.111B
Witness Security Program.
§0.112
Special deputation.
§0.113
Redelegation of authority.
§0.114
Fees for services.
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Subpart U—EXECUTIVE OFFICE FOR IMMIGRATION REVIEW

§0.115
General functions.
§0.116
Board of Immigration Appeals.
§0.117
Office of Chief Immigration Judge.
§0.118
Office of Chief Administrative Hearing Officer.
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Subpart U-1—OFFICE OF COMMUNITY ORIENTED POLICING SERVICES

§0.119
Organization.
§0.120
General functions.
§0.121
Applicability of existing departmental regulations.
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Subpart U-2—OFFICE ON VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN

§0.122
Office on Violence Against Women.
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Subpart U-3—OFFICE OF THE FEDERAL DETENTION TRUSTEE

§0.123
Federal Detention Trustee.
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Subpart V—UNITED STATES PAROLE COMMISSION

§0.124
United States Parole Commission.
§0.125
Chairman of U.S. Parole Commission.
§0.126
Administrative support.
§0.127
Indigent prisoners.
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Subpart V-1—FOREIGN CLAIMS SETTLEMENT COMMISSION

§0.128
Organization.
§0.128a
General functions.
§0.128b
Regulations.
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Subpart V-2—PROFESSIONAL RESPONSIBILITY ADVISORY OFFICE

§0.129
Professional Responsibility Advisory Office.
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Subpart W—BUREAU OF ALCOHOL, TOBACCO, FIREARMS, AND EXPLOSIVES

§0.130
General functions.
§0.131
Specific functions.
§0.132
Delegation respecting claims against the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives.
§0.133
Transition and continuity of regulations.
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Subpart W-1—OFFICE OF TRIBAL JUSTICE

§0.134
Office of Tribal Justice.
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Subpart W-2—ADDITIONAL ASSIGNMENTS OF FUNCTIONS AND DESIGNATION OF OFFICIALS TO PERFORM THE DUTIES OF CERTAIN OFFICES IN CASE OF VACANCY, OR ABSENCE THEREIN OR IN CASE OF INABILITY OR DISQUALIFICATION TO ACT

§0.135
Functions common to heads of organizational units.
§0.136
Designation of Acting United States Attorneys.
§0.137
Designating officials to perform the functions and duties of certain offices in case of absence, disability or vacancy.
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Subpart X—AUTHORIZATIONS WITH RESPECT TO PERSONNEL AND CERTAIN ADMINISTRATIVE MATTERS

§0.138
Federal Bureau of Investigation, Drug Enforcement Administration, Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives, Bureau of Prisons, Federal Prison Industries, Immigration and Naturalization Service, United States Marshals Service, Office of Justice Programs, Executive Office for Immigration Review, Executive Office for United States Attorneys, Executive Office for United States Trustees.
§0.139
[Reserved]
§0.140
Authority relating to advertisements, and purchase of certain supplies and services.
§0.141
Audit and ledger accounts.
§0.142
Per diem and travel allowances.
§0.143
Incentive Award Program.
§0.144
Determination of basic workweek.
§0.145
Overtime pay.
§0.146
Seals.
§0.147
Certification of obligations.
§0.148
Certifying officers.
§0.149
Cash payments.
§0.150
Collection of erroneous payments.
§0.151
Administering oath of office.
§0.152
Approval of funds for attendance at meetings.
§0.153
Selection and assignment of employees for training.
§0.154
Advance and evacuation payments and special allowances.
§0.155
Waiver of claims for erroneous payments of pay and allowances.
§0.156
Execution of U.S. Marshals' deeds or transfers of title.
§0.157
Federal Bureau of Investigation—Drug Enforcement Administration Senior Executive Service.
§0.158
[Reserved]
§0.159
Redelegation of authority.
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Subpart Y—AUTHORITY TO COMPROMISE AND CLOSE CIVIL CLAIMS AND RESPONSIBILITY FOR JUDGMENTS, FINES, PENALTIES, AND FORFEITURES

§0.160
Offers that may be accepted by Assistant Attorneys General.
§0.161
Acceptance of certain offers by the Deputy Attorney General or Associate Attorney General, as appropriate.
§0.162
Offers which may be rejected by Assistant Attorneys General.
§0.163
Approval by Solicitor General of action on compromise offers in certain cases.
§0.164
Civil claims that may be closed by Assistant Attorneys General.
§0.165
Recommendations to the Deputy Attorney General or Associate Attorney General, as appropriate, that certain claims be closed.
§0.166
Memorandum pertaining to closed claim.
§0.167
Submission to Associate Attorney General by Director of Office of Alien Property of certain proposed allowances and disallowances.
§0.168
Redelegation by Assistant Attorneys General.
§0.169
Definition of “gross amount of the original claim”.
§0.170
Interest on monetary limits.
§0.171
Judgments, fines, penalties, and forfeitures.
§0.172
Authority: Federal tort claims.
Appendix
Appendix to Subpart Y of Part 0—Redelegations of Authority To Compromise and Close Civil Claims
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Subpart Z—ASSIGNING RESPONSIBILITY CONCERNING APPLICATIONS FOR ORDERS COMPELLING TESTIMONY OR PRODUCTION OF EVIDENCE BY WITNESSES

§0.175
Judicial and administrative proceedings.
§0.176
Congressional proceedings.
§0.177
Applications for orders under the Comprehensive Drug Abuse Prevention and Control Act.
§0.177a
Antitrust civil investigative demands.
§0.178
Redelegation of authority.
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Subpart Z-1—PROSECUTIONS FOR OBSTRUCTION OF JUSTICE AND RELATED CHARGES

§0.179
Scope.
§0.179a
Enforcement responsibilities.
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Subpart AA—ORDERS OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL

§0.180
Documents designated as orders.
§0.181
Requirements for orders.
§0.182
Submission of proposed orders to the Office of Legal Counsel.
§0.183
Distribution of orders.
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Subpart BB—SECTIONS AND SUBUNITS

§0.190
Changes within organizational units.
§0.191
Changes which affect the overall structure of the Department.
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Subpart CC—JURISDICTIONAL DISAGREEMENTS

§0.195
Procedure with respect to jurisdictional disagreements.
§0.196
Procedures for resolving disagreements concerning mail or case assignments.
§0.197
Agreements, in connection with criminal proceedings or investigations, promising non-deportation or other immigration benefits.


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