TRAC EXPRESS provides a unique way to examine the year-by-year work product of individual assistant United States attorneys. Criminal covers virtually all such matters referred to federal prosecutors which were disposed of during the selected year. Civil covers civil and bankruptcy matters where the U.S. is a party -- including suits the government brings as well as suits brought against the government. Menus are organized by:
- Profile: salary information plus statistical summary of the chosen prosecutor's work in a single year. Both civil and criminal. Matters declined, cases prosecuted, suits defended, sentences obtained, disposition times, and more.
- Contrast: contrast prosecutors' profiles within a chosen district over time.
- Compare: compare chosen prosecutor's profile with the profile for the district or circuit and nation as a whole in a single year.
- List: provides defendant-by-defendant (criminal) or case-by-case (civil) listing for selected prosecutor. Matters declined as well as those in court. . .
Caution: the federal justice system is large and complex. Many factors affect outcomes. No single individual -- including a federal prosecutor -- fully controls the process or outcome, and no group of statistics can adequately capture the underlying complexities of the system.