TRAC offers new ways to look at federal laws
(03 Jun 2008) TRAC has just added a unique new feature for displaying all the U.S. statutes cited by federal prosecutors as the primary charge in their prosecutions and convictions. For every law, there are case counts and the full text of the relevant statute, according to Congress. In addition, for those laws with a sufficient number of matters, there are links to exclusive TRAC reports on the prosecutions and convictions under the selected statute, as well as a link to a U.S. map showing the geographic distribution of convictions across the country.

For free direct access to this new service, go to
The reports and maps are available at no additional charge to TRACFED subscribers. Go to for more information.

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