The San Francisco U.S. Attorney's Office is under investigation for firing an official who complained about office management. Administrative Officer Caroline Krewson, the office's highest-ranking nonlawyer, got a termination letter after about six tumultuous months in the office, and just days after being called up for military duty. Confidential termination documents detail a months-long power struggle between top management and Krewson that took place during a time of ongoing personnel turmoil.
U.S. Attorney's Office in S.F. Investigated Over Firing
December 23, 2005
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