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What does the U.S. Department of Justice’s Public Integrity Section do?

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Generally, public integrity investigates allegations of bribery, extortion, obstruction type crimes involving public officials in jurisdictions, either where the local US attorney is recused, or is disqualified because of some conflict of interest, or because they may be involved in some nationwide program involving corruption investigations.

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