The federal judge presiding over the prosecution of Greg Craig is no longer considering whether to recuse herself from the case, after defense lawyers for the former Obama White House counsel abandoned plans to introduce evidence involving the judge’s former law firm.

Craig’s defense lawyers had told U.S. District Judge Amy Berman Jackson of the District of Columbia this week that they might show jurors a report that her former firm, Trout Cacheris & Solomon, prepared in 2010 for Ukraine, the country at the center of Craig’s case. Jackson had been a partner at the firm from 2000 to 2011, when she joined the federal bench, but she had not worked on the report.

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