Carmen Ortiz

Last Friday the highest court in New England told the always-amorous Boston U.S. Attorney’s office that it needs some space
Dear Senator Marco Rubio and Governor Rick Scott, I’m asking you to take a moral stand against bullying, and health care
U.S. Attorney Carmen Ortiz's office "overstepped its bounds" in pursuing federal charges, the ruling said.
Martin Gottesfeld's not backing down anytime soon in his fight to raise awareness around institutional child abuse.
An indictment of the Boston media’s failure to expose a federal prosecutor results in more of the same.
At the heart of the Muzzles is a simple but powerful idea: "Congress" -- and all levels of government, thanks to the 14th Amendment -- "shall make no law ... abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press."
US Senator Ed Markey doesn't seem like your typical enemy of free speech. Progressive and amiable, the Massachusetts Democrat is known mainly for speaking up on behalf of liberal causes such as fighting climate change and preserving funding for public broadcasting.
Heymann was not available for comment, and Christina Dilorio-Sterling, spokeswoman for the U.S. Attorney's Office for the
While the Tsarnaev case will bear Ortiz's imprint, U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder in Washington will be calling important
Carmen Milagros Ortiz’s parents never got to finish high school, but they stressed education while raising their daughter
The Huffington Post asked Cornyn if Monday's bombing raised questions about the Justice Department's use of resources, given
Government lawyers argued that the U.S. District Court in Massachusetts should not disclose to the public or to Congress
The appeal appeared to have little impact on the trajectory of Ortiz's career. President Barack Obama nominated her to be