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Who is Alberto Gonzales?
Alberto Gonzales: Alberto R. Gonzales was the 80th United States Attorney General, appointed in February 2005 by President George W. Bush, becoming the highest-ranking Hispanic in executive government to date. He was the first Hispanic to serve as White House Counsel, and earlier he had been Bush's General Counsel during his governorship of Texas. Gonzales had also served as Secretary of State of Texas and then as a Texas Supreme Court Justice.
- also known as Fredo, Alberto R. Gonzales
- born on (60 years ago) in San Antonio, child of Maria Gonzales and Pablo Gonzales
- nationality: United States of America
- religion: Catholicism, Episcopal Church
- profession: Lawyer, politician
- TV series: "Special Report with Bret Baier"
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Encyclopedia of Drug Policy (2011)
by Mark A. R. Kleiman, James E. Hawdon
Attorney General Alberto Gonzales, who had replaced Ashcroft, must show Congress expressly intended that the U.S. attorney general has the right to regulate Oregon's medical practice procedures.
An Encyclopedia of the American Mosaic by Charles A. Gallagher, Cameron D. Lippard
Attorney General Alberto Gonzales speaks about the renewal of. Commission's (EEOC) exhaustive investigation of five years of complaints of discrimination against A&F. Court documents detail the scope and ...
by Donald T. Critchlow, Philip R. VanderMeer
Attorney General Alberto Gonzales stated that the U.S. attorneys “serve at the pleasure of the president” and described the affair as “an overblown personnel matter.” By mid-September 2007, nine of the highest-level officers of the Department ...
by Richard S. Conley
Alberto Gonzales (2005–07) Michael ...
A Historical Encyclopedia by David M. Fahey, Jon S. Miller
Raich (Alberto Gonzales being the newly appointed attorney general). Ultimately, it was determined that the Court had a right to regulate at a federal level the transportation, sale, and production of medical marijuana in all nine states which ...
Encyclopedia of American Civil Rights and Liberties: Revised and Expanded Edition, 2nd Edition [4 volumes] (2017)
by Kara E. Stooksbury, John M. Scheb II, Otis H. Stephens Jr.
Alberto Gonzales, who succeeded Ashcroft as attorney general in 2005, successfully petitioned the U.S. Supreme Court for certiorari. In 2006, the Supreme ...
Conspiracy Encyclopedia (2006)
by Thom Burnett
Clear evidence to the contrary, however, was heard during the Senate confirmation hearing into the appointment of former White House counsel, Alberto Gonzales, to the post of US attorney general. In a memo dated August 1st , 2002 to ...
An Encyclopedia of American Espionage by Glenn Peter Hastedt
First, Attorney General Alberto Gonzales maintained that the authority to conduct warrantless wiretaps in the United States was inherent in the Authorization for Use of Military Force passed by Congress on September 18, 2001. Democratic ...
Encyclopedia of Deception (2014)
by Timothy R. Levine
Interrogation and Torture In August 2002, Bybee wrote to White House Counsel Alberto Gonzales, describing options that attempted to redefine the meaning of torture. The first of the options explains that for an act to be considered torture it ...
by John R. Vile, David Hudson
Attorney General Alberto Gonzales held a press briefing on the surveillance program, arguing that “the President has the inherent authority under the Constitution, as Commander—in—Chief, to engage in this kind of activity.”When ...
by Facts On File, Incorporated
Ashcroft's successor Alberto Gonzales denied ...
Encyclopedia of Human Rights (2009)
Vol. 1- by David P. Forsythe
Alberto Gonzales, Ashcroft's successor, insisted in 2005 ...
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