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DOJ Will Not Prosecute Garland After Contempt Vote

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DOJ Will Not Prosecute Garland After Contempt Vote

The Department of Justice (DOJ) announces that it will not prosecute Attorney General Merrick Garland following a House contempt vote against him. The decision, communicated to House Speaker Mike Johnson, underscores the DOJ's longstanding policy of not prosecuting executive branch officials who withhold information from Congress under claims of executive privilege.


The Republican-led House vote to hold Garland in contempt stemmed from the DOJ's refusal to release audio recordings of President Joe Biden's interview with the special counsel investigating his handling of classified documents. The controversy. . .

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