These goos are from the Justice category, people famous for their work at various levels of the criminal justice system. Browse another way.

Alan Dershowitz

He has defended clients as famous as Mike Tyson, O.J. Simpson, Claus von B├╝low, and... Saddam Hussein? Go »

Alberto Gonzales

Don't torture yourself trying to recognize this controversial candidate. Go »

Angela Corey

This state attorney might finally bring legal resolution to the death of Trayvon Martin. Go »

Antonin Scalia

He's the first Italian-American justice on the highest court, but he's not the first to be known for his anger and scathing arguments. Go »

Charles Moose

Rhymes with noose, as in what you'd use to catch a duck. Go »

Clarence Thomas

Once in trouble for talking about sex, he's now mostly silent. Go »

Curtis Sliwa

Steamy e-mails and divorces are not exactly angelic. Go »

Darren Wilson

Six shots ended this Missourian's career three years after he joined the Ferguson police department. Go »

Duane "Dog" Chapman

Who let this goo out? His bail bondsman, after he was arrested in Hawaii for a "kidnapping" in Mexico. Go »

Eliot Ness

During the Prohibition, this top cop in Chicago couldn't be touched. Go »

Eric Ellison

He told a teen about a deadly crash before the young man got to collect an important document prior to leaving for college. Go »

Eric Holder

holds firm on the law Go »

George Graham Vest

This man proved, beyond a reasonable doubt, that a special bond exists between certain players and their pets. Go »

George Sutherland

It takes a weird legal mind to deny citizenship because someone is Caucasian, but not white. Go »

Gloria Allred

From Nicole Brown to Sharon Bialek, women have been well-represented, and well-publicized, by this attorney. Go »

J. Edgar Hoover

There wouldn't have been such controversy over his fondness for women's undergarments if he hadn't made a career out of prying into Americans' privacy. Go »

J. Edgar Hoover

The first director of the FBI, played on screen by Leonardo DiCaprio, was much more conflicted about his personal life than the ethics of his job. Go »

J. Edgar Hoover

This rumored cross-dresser practically single-handedly created the modern FBI. Go »

James Brady

I may have to run a criminal background check before I approve your guess, but at least you don't have the five-day waiting period any more. Go »

James Comey

This grandstanding lawman's last-minute intervention might have swung the presidential campaign, but the winner fired him anyway, in the biggest scandal so far this year. Go »

Janet Reno

The ugliest general anything in Nevada. Go »

Jim Garrison

This district attorney came closer than anyone to proving CIA involvement in the death of a president. Go »

Joan Lefkow

who knew federal judges were so insecure Go »

Joe Arpaio

He may be associated with pink undergarments, but Amnesty International and the ACLU agree with him that he's America's toughest sheriff. Go »

John G. Roberts

He might not be the most famous judge in the country, but he is the most Supreme. Go »

John Jay

cob jingleheimer schmidt? Go »

Lance Ito

This goo danced to fame presiding over the trial of the century, or at least the trial of 1995. Go »

Lois Jenson

This plaintiff mined controversy with an unprecedented class-action lawsuit. Go »

Loretta Lynch

This North Carolinian is now the nation's top prosecutor. Go »

Marcia Clark

Without a doubt, this prosecutor failed to win her most famous case in 1995 against a former football player and movie star. Go »

Marilyn Milian

This Floridian judge has served the people even longer than Wapner. Go »

Monique Pressley

If you're a successful black entertainer accused of doing horrible things to women, you should hire a successful black woman like this to defend you. Go »

Nancy Grace

Controversy has fueled this objectionable prosecutor's transition to courtroom television. Go »

Nguyễn Ngọc Loan

prefers executions to arrests Go »

Nikolai Yezhov

He's not there. Double plus ungood. Go »

Ruth Bader Ginsburg

This self-described moderate is considered one of the most famous liberal justices in the nation. Go »

Sandra Day O'Connor

In 1981, the day finally came for a woman to sit on the Supreme Court. Go »

Shadow Hare

The streets of Cincinnati are safe with this bunny on the prowl. Go »

Sonia Sotomayor

The Supreme Court's first Latina justice has been an outspoken protector of defendants' civil rights. Go »

Wyatt Earp

You'd better know about this famous lawman's shootout with horse thieves, OK? Go »