Federal Judge Thomas L. Kirsch II swearing in

Kirsch sworn in as Circuit Judge, 7th Circuit Court

United States Attorney Thomas Kirsch II assumed the duties of a United States Circuit Judge for the Seventh Circuit today, December 18, 2020.

COVID-19 Disinfectant List

Today, the EPA is releasing an expanded list of EPA-registered disinfectant products that have qualified for use against SARS-CoV-2, the novel coronavirus that causes COVID-19.
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Fort Wayne man sentenced to 240 months

Christian D. Shelton was sentenced to a total of 240 months imprisonment and a term of supervised release of 2 years last Thursday.
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Clifford Johnson appointed acting US Attorney

The United States Attorney's Office announced that Clifford D. Johnson is now the Acting United States Attorney.
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US Attorney Capp asked to resign

The United States Attorney's Office announced that David Capp has submitted his resignation as United States Attorney as requested by the Preside
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Text of the 2017 Inaugural Address

Inaugural Address of President Donald J. Trump as prepared.
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District Elections Officer selected

Assistant U.S. Attorney Gary Bell will lead his office in connection with the Justice Department's Election Day Program for the November 8th general election.
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Drug conspiracy network arrests

U.S. Attorney David A. Capp announced five indictments and six criminal complaints against 18 individuals allegedly involved in a drug distribution network.
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Efforts to provide flexibility for local communities upgrading wastewater systems renewed

The Clean Water Compliance and Affordability Act would establish a national pilot program to ensure that the most innovative and cost-efficient solutions are available to local communities when complying with Clean Water Act standards.
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Ayad Al-Shaibani sentenced in Food Stamp Case and ordered to pay $1,714,207.10 in restitution

On October 6, 2015, Ayad Al-Shaibani, was sentenced to probation and was ordered to pay $1,714,207.10 after pleading guilty to food stamp benefits fraud.