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(2) $22–2012 (Sexual performances using minors—prohibited acts);

(3) $22–2013 (Sexual performances using minors-penalties);

(4) $22-2101 (Kidnaping) where the victim is a minor;

(5) $ 22-2401 (Murder in the first degree) if it includes murder while committing or attempting to commit first degree sexual abuse;

(6) $ 22-2704 (Abducting or enticing child from his or her home for purposes of prostitution; harboring such child);

(7) $22-4102 (First degree sexual abuse);

(8) $22-4103 (Second degree sexual abuse);

(9) $22-4104 (Third degree sexual abuse);

(10) $22–4105 (Fourth degree sexual abuse);

(11) $22-4106 (Misdemeanor sexual abuse);

(12) $22-4108 (First degree child sexual abuse);

(13) 822-4109 (Second degree child sexual abuse);

(14) § 22-4110 (Enticing a child);

(15) $22-4113 (First degree sexual abuse of a ward);

(16) $ 22-4114 (Second degree sexual abuse of a ward);

(17) $22–4115 (First degree sexual abuse of a patient or client);

(18) $22-4116 (Second degree sexual abuse of a patient or client);

(19) $22-4118 (Attempts to commit sexual offenses);

(20) $ 22–4120 (Aggravating circumstances).

(21) $ 22-103 (Attempts to commit crime) if it includes an attempt to commit any offense listed in paragraphs (c)(1)-(20) of this section.

Subpart D-Parole and Mandatory

Release Violator Reports 8572.30 Purpose and scope.

The Bureau of Prisons provides the U.S. Parole Commission with a Violator Report for use at the revocation hearing of a parole or mandatory release violator, when that hearing is conducted in an institution of the Bureau of Prisons.

(45 FR 33941, May 20, 1980)

$572.31 Procedures.

Staff shall prepare the Violator Report to include the following information:

(a) The inmate's original offense, sentence imposed, date and district;

(b) Description of release procedure;

(c) Alleged violation(s) of parole or mandatory release;

(d) Inmate's comments concerning the alleged violation(s);

(e) An outline of the inmate's activities while under supervison on parole or mandatory release; and

(f) At the option of the inmate, statement of current release plans and available community resources. [45 FR 33941, May 20, 1980]


Subparts A-C [Reserved)

Subpart D-Parole and Mandatory Release

Violator Reports

Subpart E-Compassionate Re

lease (Procedures for the Implementation of 18 U.S.C.

4205(g)) 8 572.40 Compassionate release under

18 U.S.C. 4205(g). 18 U.S.C. 4205(g) was repealed effective November 1, 1987, but remains the

Sec. 572.30 Purpose and scope. 572.31 Procedures.

controlling law for inmates whose offenses occurred prior to that date. For inmates whose offenses occurred on or after November 1, 1987, the applicable statute is 18 U.S.C. 3582(c)(1)(A). Proce

dures for compassionate release of an inmate under either provision are contained in 28 CFR part 571, subpart G.

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General powers of Special Counsel
Jurisdiction of the Independent Counsel: Iran

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Sec. 600.1 Grounds for appointing Special

Counsel. 600.2 Alternatives available to the Attorney

General. 600.3 Qualifications of the Special Counsel. 600.4 Jurisdiction. 600.5 Staff. 600.6 Powers and authority. 600.7 Conduct and accountability. 600.8 Notification and reports by the Spe

cial Counsel. 600.9 Notification and reports by the Attor

ney General. 600.10 No creation of rights.

AUTHORITY: 5 U.S.C. 301; 28 U.S.C. 509, 510, 515-519.

SOURCE: 64 FR 37042, July 9, 1999, unless otherwise noted.

interest would not be served by removing the investigation from the normal processes of the Department, and that the appropriate component of the Department should handle the matter. If the Attorney General reaches this conclusion, he or she may direct that appropriate steps be taken to mitigate any conflicts of interest, such recusal of particular officials. $ 600.3 Qualifications of the Special

Counsel. (a) An individual named as Special Counsel shall be a lawyer with a reputation for integrity and impartial decisionmaking, and with appropriate experience to ensure both that the investigation will be conducted ably, expeditiously and thoroughly, and that investigative and prosecutorial decisions will be supported by an informed understanding of the criminal law and Department of Justice policies. The Special Counsel shall be selected from outside the United States Government. Special Counsels shall agree that their responsibilities Special Counsel shall take first precedence in their professional lives, and that it may be necessary to devote their full time to the investigation, depending on its complexity and the stage of the investigation.

(b) The Attorney General shall consult with the Assistant Attorney General for Administration to ensure an appropriate method of appointment, and to ensure that a Special Counsel undergoes an appropriate background investigation and a detailed review of ethics and conflicts of interest issues. A Special Counsel shall be appointed as a “confidential employee" as defined in 5 U.S.C. 7511(b)(2)(C).

8 600.1 Grounds for appointing a Spe

cial Counsel. The Attorney General, or in cases in which the Attorney General is recused, the Acting Attorney General, will appoint a Special Counsel when he or she determines that criminal investigation of a person or matter is warranted and

(a) That investigation or prosecution of that person or matter by a United States Attorney's Office or litigating Division of the Department of Justice would present a conflict of interest for the Department or other extraordinary circumstances; and

(b) That under the circumstances, it would be in the public interest to appoint an outside Special Counsel to assume responsibility for the matter.


$ 600.2 Alternatives available to the At

torney General. When matters are brought to the attention of the Attorney General that might warrant consideration of appointment of a Special Counsel, the Attorney General may:

(a) Appoint a Special Counsel;

(b) Direct that an initial investigation, consisting of such factual inquiry or legal research as the Attorney General deems appropriate, be conducted in order to better inform the decision; or

(c) Conclude that under the circumstances of the matter, the public

$ 600.4 Jurisdiction.

(a) Original jurisdiction. The jurisdiction of a Special Counsel shall be established by the Attorney General. The Special Counsel will be provided with a specific factual statement of the matter to be investigated. The jurisdiction of a Special Counsel shall also include the authority to investigate and prosecute federal crimes committed in the course of, and with intent to interfere with, the Special Counsel's investigation, such as perjury, obstruction of

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