Office of Special Counsel | Definition


Course: Courts

The Attorney General has the authority to appoint Special Counsels to conduct criminal investigations and possible prosecutions.

The Attorney General has used this authority to appoint Special Counsels to investigate such sensitive matters as the government assault on the Branch Davidian compound in Waco, Texas, and the unauthorized disclosure of a CIA employee’s identity.

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