Federal Investigations under President Joe Biden’s administration Department of Justice (DOJ) are facing criticism for alleged partisan bias and overcharging, with a 99.6% conviction rate. Experts argue that prosecutors often charge additional felonies to pressure guilty pleas, violating defendants’ fair trial rights.

The DOJ is conducting thorough investigations into white-collar crimes and healthcare funds thoroughly. Critics argue that the government is overcharging defendants and forcing innocent people to plead guilty.

A report by the House Judiciary Committee has revealed that the FBI has been targeting traditional Catholics and labeling them as potential domestic terrorists. Former FBI agent Kyle Seraphin has spoken about the issue, stating that it is a bigger problem than people think.

“We have just lost our damn minds when it comes to criminal prosecution,” Ron Chapman, healthcare defense attorney, said in an interview. “95% of cases do not go to trial because prosecutors can find fuzzy statutes to get such high maximums or even mandatory minimums at play, which force innocent people to plead guilty.”

In 2020, two pro-life activists were sentenced to prison for protesting at an abortion clinic in D.C., violating the 1994 FACE (Freedom of Access to Clinic Entrances) Act. However, the investigations into these activists didn’t begin under Biden’s administration.

Justin Paperny, a federal prison consultant, claims Biden’s administration prioritizes white-collar crimes compared to former President Donald Trump’s administration. He noted that the healthcare professionals are being investigated thoroughly for fraud.

Paperny also observes that drug cases have decreased, possibly because drug use has become more accepted in the U.S. In addition, he warned against comparing Hunter Biden and Trump’s cases, stating that each prosecution has its unique agenda.

Dr Eithan Haim is fighting DOJ charges, accusing Texas Children’s Hospital of performing transgender surgeries on minors.

An example of the DOJ’s selective prosecution and political bias is the DOJ’s decision not to prosecute Attorney General Merrick Garland despite the House vote to hold the attorney general in contempt for refusing to hand over audio recordings between Special Counsel Robert Hur and Biden.