Department of Justice

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Department of Justice

A cabinet-level body of the U.S. federal government responsible for the prosecution of federal crimes. It also provides counsel for the government and supervises law enforcement agencies such as the FBI and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives. The department was created in 1870.
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Its prestigious advisory board includes: former Secretary of Commerce for the state of Florida, Charles Dusseau; Alfred Seifert, the former Director to the Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command at the Pentagon; Stephen Rosenthal, the former United States Department of Justice attorney; Arne Themmen, a Senior Vice President with Northern Trust Bank of Florida ; and Stephanie Toothaker, a partner with Blosser & Sayfie and a government relations specialist who previously served as Special Counsel to United States Senator Robert Graham assisting the U.
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Rosen has been recognized on four occasions for special achievement by the United States Department of Justice.

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