CNN: Federal Bureau of Prisons director retiring under political pressure.
"In the nearly two years since Director Carvajal was handpicked by then-Attorney General Bill Barr, he has failed to address the mounting crises in our nation's federal prison system, including failing to fully implement the landmark First Step Act," (Sen. Dick) Durbin (D-IL) said in a Wednesday night statement, calling the resignation "an opportunity for new, reform-minded leadership at the Bureau of Prisons."
Techdirt: Civil case continues against detective who turned a woman's natural death into a murder charge.
The Hill: Congressional Progressive Caucus backs measure to expand Supreme Court
The Hill: Attorney General Garland vows more prosecutions for Jan. 6 riot
“The actions we have taken thus far will not be our last. The Justice Department remains committed to holding all January six perpetrators at any level, accountable under law, whether they were present that day, or were otherwise criminally responsible for the assault on our democracy. We will follow the facts wherever they lead,” (U.S Attorney General Merrick) Garland said on the eve of the attack's one-year anniversary.
Washington Post: Lawyers say Maxwell will seek mistrial because two jurors may have been sexually abused as children
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