For some former staff in the Justice Department's Civil Rights Division, Bradley Schlozman's face-off with the Democratic-led Senate Judiciary Committee this week couldn't have come soon enough. A senior political official in the division from 2003 to 2006, Schlozman has emerged as the latest lightning rod for allegations that the DOJ has become politicized during the Bush administration. Democrats plan to press him on his role in hiring career attorneys in the division's voting and appellate sections.
DOJ Probes Turn to Civil Rights Division
June 4, 2007