[Title 28 CFR CC]
[Code of Federal Regulations (annual edition) - July 1, 2002 Edition]
[Title 28 - JUDICIAL ADMINISTRATION]
[Chapter I - DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE]
[Part 0 - ORGANIZATION OF THE DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE]
[Subpart Cc - Jurisdictional Disagreements]
[From the U.S. Government Printing Office]
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Subpart CC--Jurisdictional Disagreements
Sec. 0.195 Procedure with respect to jurisdictional disagreements.
Any disagreement between or among heads of the organizational units
as to their respective jurisdictions shall be resolved by the Attorney
General, who may, if he so desires, issue an order in the numbered
series disposing of the matter.
[Order No. 423-69, 34 FR 20388, Dec. 31, 1969. Redesignated by Order No.
445-70. 35 FR 19397, Dec. 23, 1970]
Sec. 0.196 Procedures for resolving disagreements concerning mail or case assignments.
When an assignment for the handling of mail or a case has been made
through established procedures and the appropriate authorities in any
organizational unit of the Department disagree concerning jurisdiction
of the unit for handling the matter or matters assigned, the
disagreement, together with a statement of the view of
the unit or units involved, shall be referred to the Assistant Attorney
General for Administration for determination. If the disagreement cannot
be resolved, the matter shall be referred to the Deputy Attorney General
for final disposition.
[Order No. 900-80, 45 FR 43703, June 30, 1980]
Sec. 0.197 Agreements, in connection with criminal proceedings or investigations, promising non-deportation or other immigration benefits.
The Immigration and Naturalization Service (Service) shall not be
bound, in the exercise of its authority under the immigration laws,
through plea agreements, cooperation agreements, or other agreements
with or for the benefit of alien defendants, witnesses, or informants,
or other aliens cooperating with the United States Government, except by
the authorization of the Commissioner of the Service or the
Commissioner's delegate. Both the agreement itself and the necessary
authorization must be in writing to be effective, and the authorization
shall be attached to the agreement.
[Order No. 2055-96, 61 FR 48406, Sept. 13, 1996]