Why should I?
From fiscal year 2002 through fiscal year 2013, the Justice
Department’s Office of Professional Responsibility (OPR) documented more
than 650 infractions, according to a Project On Government Oversight
review of data obtained through the Freedom of Information Act and from
In the majority of the matters—more than 400—OPR categorized the violations as being at the more severe end of the scale: recklessness or intentional misconduct, as distinct from error or poor judgment.
The information the Justice Department has disclosed is only part of
the story. No less significant is what as a matter of policy it keeps
from the public.
As a general practice, the Justice Department does not make public
the names of attorneys who acted improperly or the defendants whose
cases were affected. The result: the Department, its lawyers, and the
internal watchdog office itself are insulated from meaningful public
scrutiny and accountability.
Screw trusting any of these people. Some of them are honest, but unless you KNOW one is, why, considering what's come out the last few years, would you trust them?