Federal Prosecution Data for June 2012 Released
(28 Aug 2012) Federal criminal prosecutions totaled 14,352 for the month of June, according to the most recent data released by the Department of Justice. This was a decrease of 9.5 percent from the previous month.

Most prosecutions were referred by DHS, which accounted for 63 percent. Other agencies with substantial numbers of referrals were the FBI (9 percent), DEA (8 percent), ATF (5 percent) and DoD (3 percent). Among program categories, the largest number of prosecutions was seen in immigration, which accounted for 57 percent of the filings. Drug related crimes contributed 10 percent of the total, and weapons offenses made up 4.6 percent.

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