Here are a list of characters from Justice for All.
Assistant Attorney General Gabriel Joseph “Gabe” Atkins, M.S./J.D., DOJ Criminal Division EditAssistant Attorney General Gabriel Joseph “Gabe” Atkins is a main character in Justice for All, a fanfiction story written by Little_kingsfan2005. He is a wholly original character – a product of the author’s imagination, and any resemblance to actual persons, living or dead, is entirely coincidental.
The Assistant Attorney General—Criminal Division, Gabe Atkins is the mastermind behind the DOJ Anti-Crime Task Force. With the success of other national criminal investigation teams such as the FBI Behavioral Analysis Unit as well as state-wide in the vein of the Hawaii State Five-0 Task Force, AAG Atkins convinced theUnited States Attorney General, the House Subcommittee on Crime, Terrorism, Homeland Security, and Investigations, and the President to authorize the creation of the Anti-Crime Task Force. The task force has been granted the means and opportunity to pursue major felons, serial killers, and even terrorists across the country, provided they are called in by the local authorities.
In his mid-50s, AAG Atkins grew up in Burbank, California, the picture-perfect upper-middle class kid. After graduating from high school, he spent the next two years backpacking across North America before attending college. He started at Los Angeles Valley College, where he earned an Associate’s degree in General Education. He transferred to USC, where he completed his Bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice. While working on his B.A., he was granted an internship with his congressman (who was a friendly acquaintance of his father’s). He went on to attend the FBI Academy at Quantico and then the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center at Glynco, Georgia, and became a Special Agent with the FBI.
As a “probie”, AAG Atkins was assigned to the prestigious Honolulu Field Office, where he was, in his own words, a glorified gofer. He was the kid the senior agents made go get coffee, file reports, and take the night shift on stakeouts. Upon the completion of his probationary status, he was assigned to the Criminal Investigative Division and posted at the FBI Resident Agency in Guam. He spent a year there before returning to the States. He served at the Pittsburgh Field Office in the CID where he simultaneously attended graduate school, earning a joint Master of Science in Public Policy and Management/Juris Doctor from Carnegie Mellon University and the University of Pittsburgh School of Law. He is licensed to practice law in a number of states, including California, Pennsylvania, and Washington, D.C.
While with the FBI in Pittsburgh, AAG Atkins shot and killed a homicide suspect who was later proven to be innocent; this still haunts him to this day.
Upon completion of his degree, AAG Atkins was recruited from the Bureau by the United States Department of Justice in their Office of Justice Programs. Subsequent assignments in the Justice Department include the Office of Legislative Affairs (serving as a DOJ advisor to the House of Representatives) and a brief assignment with the Civil Division before ultimately joining the Criminal Division.
In the 2010s, he was nominated by the President and the Attorney General of the United States for appointment to the position of Assistant Attorney General—Criminal Division, and was confirmed by the Senate by the end of the year. As the AAG—Criminal Division, he oversees nearly 600 attorneys who prosecute federal criminal cases across the country, help develop criminal law and formulate criminal enforcement policy. He also works closely with the nation’s 93 United States Attorneys in the investigation and prosecution of criminal matters in their districts. He is assisted in his duties by Dina Clancy, who serves as his Chief of Staff and Principal Deputy Assistant Attorney General.
AAG Atkins’s most notable contribution to the position he holds is the formation of the Anti-Crime Task Force, consisting of members of various federal agencies who work together to combat major crimes all over the country. The task force leader is Special Agent-in-Charge Tim Duncan of the FBI, who works directly for AAG Atkins. On occasion, AAG Atkins will accompany the task force out into the field.
Due to the success and magnitude of the Anti-Crime Task Force, AAG Atkins has deemed it necessary to delegate some of his other duties as AAG—Criminal Division to his deputy, Dina Clancy, who is more than up for the task.
Although he’s both a politician and a law enforcement officer, he prefers to think of himself as a LEO first and a politician second…even though that’s not always the case.
As a former field agent of the FBI, AAG Atkins is licensed to carry a concealed weapon – in his case, the same Glock 23 in .40 S&W assigned to him as an agent. He lives in Chevy Chase, Maryland, with his teenage daughter, Erin, and preteen son, Joe. His wife, Jenny, died in a drunk driving accident a few years earlier. His personal vehicle is a Cadillac STS, on which his daughter is just starting to learn how to drive.
- Associate of Arts degree in General education – Los Angeles Valley College, CA
- Bachelor of Arts degree in Criminal justice – University of Southern California, CA
- FBI Academy – Quantico, VA
- Federal Law Enforcement Training Center – Glynco, GA
- Master of Science in Public Policy and Management – Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA
- Juris doctor – University of Pittsburgh School of Law, Pittsburgh, PA
List of assignments Edit
- Probationary Field Agent, FBI Honolulu Field Office
- Junior Field Agent, FBI Resident Agency in Guam (Criminal Investigative Division)
- Field Agent, FBI Pittsburgh Field Office (Criminal Investigative Division)
- Employee, DOJ Office of Justice Programs
- DOJ advisor to the House of Representatives, DOJ Office of Legislative Affairs
- Employee, DOJ Civil Division
- Employee, DOJ Criminal Division
- Assistant Attorney General—Criminal Division
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Special Agent-in-Charge Timothy “Tim” Duncan, M.P.A., FBI Anti-Crime Task Force Edit
The Special Agent-in-Charge of the DOJ’s joint Anti-Crime Task Force, Tim Duncan (no relation to the NBA player with the same name) is a 20-year veteran of the Bureau who has served all over the country. His most recent posting, prior to taking command of the task force, was SAC of the FBI Sacramento Field Office.
Originally from Biloxi, Mississippi, Sp. Agt. Duncan and his family suffered a personal tragedy when he was a young boy after the Ku Klux Klan killed his uncle in one of Mississippi’s rural towns. He earned a degree in Chemical Engineering from Mississippi State University, and then joined the FBI.
While serving at the FBI New York Field Office, Sp. Agt. Duncan attended John Jay College of Criminal Justice, where he earned a Master’s of Public Administration in Policy and Administration.
Upon the creation of the Anti-Crime Task Force by Assistant Attorney General Gabe Atkins, Sp. Agt. Duncan was selected to lead the unit. Based out of the Robert F. Kennedy Department of Justice Building in D.C., the task force consists of operators from throughout the federal law enforcement community and has been granted the means and opportunity to pursue major felons, serial killers, and even terrorists across the country.
Sp. Agt. Duncan is a confirmed bachelor with no children (much to his mama’s chagrin), although he does have a number of brothers and sisters with children of their own. He drives a government-issued Ford Excursion as his duty vehicle, and carries the Glock 23 in .40 S&W as his duty weapon.
Special Agent Brandon Saito, DSS Anti-Crime Task Force Edit
Assigned to the Anti-Crime Task Force, Diplomatic Security Service Special Agent Brandon Saito is a 30-something-year-old Japanese-American from San Francisco. Before joining the ACTF, Sp. Agt. Saito previously served as an Assistant Regional Security Officer at the United States Embassy in Seoul. Between his heritage and his postings in Far East Asia, he is the team’s authority on that part of the world.
As a DSS agent, Sp. Agt. Saito drives a government-issued Ford Excursion as his duty vehicle, and carries a SIG-Sauer P229R in 9×19mm as his duty weapon. He is also a martial artist, proficient in both karate and kung fu, and is fluent in both Japanese and Korean, proficient in Mandarin, Cantonese, Thai, and Vietnamese, and can get by in Filipino.
Special Agent Selena Ramirez, DEA Anti-Crime Task Force Edit
Assigned to the Anti-Crime Task Force as the team’s drug specialist, Special Agent Selena Ramirez is a former DEA undercover operative who just returned to the field after a year-long leave of absence after taking down a major player in the narcotics trade (and then discovering she was pregnant from her op).
One of Sp. Agt. Ramirez’s conditions for joining the Anti-Crime Task Force was that she no longer be given any long-term undercover assignments – a condition AAG Atkins and SAC Duncan were able to meet with little hesitation.
As a DEA agent, Sp. Agt. Ramirez drives a government-issued Ford Excursion as her duty vehicle, and carries the Glock 27 in .40 S&W as her duty weapon. She speaks fluent French and can get by in Portuguese.
NCIC Analyst Alexandra “Lexi” Burton, B.S., FBI Anti-Crime Task Force Edit
A young analyst working for the National Crime Information Center, Lexi Burton is not a field agent, but is nevertheless instrumental in the organization and success of the Anti-Crime Task Force. Her job is to mine the vast amounts of data within the federal government’s databases for relevant information to help with the case at hand.
A country girl, Lexi was born in 1990 and raised in Clarksburg, West Virginia. She attended Liberty High School where she was a member of the cheerleading squad, and was voted Homecoming Queen her senior year. During her freshman year of college at the Salem International Institute, her uncle, a Judge on the Supreme Court of Appeals of West Virginia, got her an internship with NCIC, and she’s been working there ever since. Upon completing her B.S. in Computer science in the Spring of 2012, Lexi was accepted to the FBI Academy at Quantico, where she was trained as a technical analyst. As per her preference, Lexi was assigned to the FBI Criminal Justice Information Services Division after completing her training.
Upon the creation of the Anti-Crime Task Force by Assistant Attorney General Gabe Atkins, Lexi became the unit’s contact at NCIC, which led to her joining the team on a full-time basis.
The summer after graduating from high school, her boyfriend of the past two and a half years proposed and she said yes. However, their engagement was short-lived as both of them realized there was more to life outside of Clarksburg and they wanted a chance to spread their wings (and sow their oats).
Assistant United States Attorney Daniel “Dan” Morgan, USAO Anti-Crime Task Force Edit
Assigned to the Anti-Crime Task Force as the team’s legal officer, AUSA Dan Morgan is responsible for drafting warrants, issuing subpoenas, and making sure the task force stays within the law. Because the team is usually on the move, he doesn’t often get to prosecute the team’s cases himself.
AUSA Morgan is a semi-closeted bisexual – he doesn’t broadcast his sexual preferences, but doesn’t hide them either. He first realized his feelings for both genders in high school, and had his first boyfriend in college.
Deputy Assistant Attorney General Dina Clancy, J.D., DOJ Criminal Division Edit
The Chief of Staff and Principal Deputy Assistant Attorney General of the Department of Justice, Dina Clancy is Assistant Attorney General Gabe Atkins’s right-hand woman. She maintains the office of the DOJ Criminal Division and works closely with the nation’s 93 United States Attorneys in the investigation and prosecution of criminal matters in their districts.
Before going federal, Dina worked as an Assistant District Attorney with the New York County District Attorney’s Office’s Public Integrity Unit.
Her biggest cause is public official corruption; before being promoted to Deputy Assistant AG, Dina was Chief of the Public Integrity Section of the DOJ Criminal Division. Her crusade began as a law clerk in Syracuse to a corrupt judge who used his position to extort sexual favors out of the women around him, including prosecutors, defense attorneys, defendants, and personal employees…even her. After learning that she was not the only one the judge was using for sex – and that he was manipulating the criminal justice system via sex – Dina went to the authorities and started the process that ended with the judge removed from the bench in disgrace (although he cut a deal to remain out of prison). However, due to her own role in the judge’s downfall, Dina left Syracuse after being unofficially blackballed.
Due to the success and magnitude of the Anti-Crime Task Force, AAG Atkins has deemed it necessary to delegate some of his other duties as AAG—Criminal Division to Dina, who is more than up for the task.
Congressman Charles “Charlie” Kent, US House of Representatives Edit
The current Chairman of the House Subcommittee on Crime, Terrorism, Homeland Security, and Investigations, Congressman Charlie Kent of Nevada’s 2nd congressional district is one of the ones who approved the formation of the joint Anti-Crime Task Force proposed by his old friend, Assistant Attorney General Gabe Atkins. Before running for Congress in 2008, Rep. Kent served as the Sheriff of Washoe County, NV.
One of Congress’s most supportive members regarding law enforcement (both vocally and politically), Rep. Kent is a friend to many of the nation’s most prominent law enforcement officers, with contacts in every single state. He simultaneously promotes harsh sentences for hardened and/or repeat criminal offenders (including the death penalty) and leniency for first-time or juvenile offenses.
Rep. Kent has been married for over 20 years, and he and his wife have three children together. In addition, the Congressman has a 20-something-year-old mistress in Washington, D.C. (his wife and children remain in Reno). As a retired sheriff, Rep. Kent continues to own and sometimes carry a weapon, specifically his Beretta 92FS in 9×19mm.
Senator Linda Clemmons, US Senate Edit
The United States Senator from South Dakota, Senator Linda Clemmons is the ranking member of the Senate Judiciary Committee and one of the ones who approved the formation of the joint Anti-Crime Task Force proposed by her friend, Assistant Attorney General Gabe Atkins.
Officer John Big Hawk, B.A., BIA Police Anti-Crime Task Force Edit
Born and raised on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota, Officer John Big Hawk is a police officer with the Bureau of Indian Affairs Police. He is also a scholar, having earned a Bachelor’s degree in Indigenous and American Indian Studies, and is at least somewhat familiar with most of the major American Indian tribes across the continent.
In part due to that familiarity, Officer Big Hawk was recruited by the DOJ’s joint Anti-Crime Task Force and serves as their liaison to the American Indian nations on cases involving Native Americans.
As a member of the BIA Police, Officer Big Hawk drives a Chevrolet Suburban as his duty vehicle and carries a Glock 17 in 9×19mm as his duty weapon.