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US Department of Justice, Northern District of California

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The San Francisco Office is divided into the Criminal, Civil, Tax and Administrative Divisions. 

The Civil Division includes the Civil Defensive Unit, the Affirmative Civil Enforcement Unit, the Financial Litigation Unit, the Environment and Natural Resources Unit and the Immigration Unit

The Tax Division litigates both criminal and civil cases ranging from criminal tax fraud and evasion to civil matters involving claimed refunds, fraudulent conveyances, lien determinations and preferential transfers.  

The largest sections in the Criminal Division are the General Crimes Section, which prosecutes cases involving violent crime, bank robberies, guns, Social Security fraud and criminal immigration violations; the White Collar Crime Section, which prosecutes cases of financial fraud (excluding securities and Social Security fraud), civil rights violations, health care fraud and environmental crimes; the Securities Fraud Section, which prosecutes securities fraud in Silicon Valley and throughout the District; Narcotics and the Organized Crime Drug Enforcement Task Force (OCDETF), which prosecutes violations of the narcotics laws, including narcotics offenses that involve violence; and the Organized Crime Strike Force, which prosecutes cases of organized crime, including Russian and Asian organized crime. 

The Administrative Division provides a full range of office support and employee services.


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