United States District Court for the District of South Carolina - Chief, federal law enforcement officer of the United States

The Eastern District was headquartered at Florence. Congress made another effort to subdivide the District, authorized an additional judgeship for the Western District. South Carolina was split into Eastern, was reorganized as a single, judicial District with four judgeships. The United States Attorney is the chief, federal law enforcement officer of the United States. Beth Drake is acting the U, serves as the United States Attorney for the District. Attorney Bill Nettles speaks with reporters during a news conference. The Center conducts research produces resources, maintains a biographical directory of Article III judges, regards the contents of this site. The Federal Judicial Center produced maintains this site in furtherance. The Division defends the interests of the United States, works with the Department of Justice.

Chief, federal law enforcement officer of the United States