Major new offerings in TRAC Bulletins
(06 Feb 2006) Major new offerings in TRAC Bulletins were released Tuesday, February 6, 2006. For several months, TRAC has offered on its public website very timely month-by-month reports and data tracking changes in the government's enforcement activities against white collar criminals, illegal drug peddlers, immigration violators and unlawful gun users and dealers. TRAC has greatly expanded the offerings available at the bulletins link just above. For the latest available month, there are now twelve new reports containing information about both the recorded filings (prosecutions) and convictions for six specialized and revealing subjects: civil rights, environment, official corruption, organized crime, child pornography and government regulation. In addition, TRAC is offering an entirely new service that provides a printer-ready PDF report containing detailed "listing" information about each defendant in a selected subject of special interest — for example, those convicted of an environmental offense in a recent month in a particular federal judicial district. Although the Justice Department is withholding names and docket numbers (an action which TRAC has under appeal), the new listings still provide unique and very detailed information, organized by district, by statute and by judge. See TRAC Bulletins.

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