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Beryl Howell Beryl Howell during her confirmation hearing in July 2010. Photo: Diego M. Radzinschi/NLJ

The judge overseeing grand jury matters in Washington, D.C., peppered the Department of Justice with questions about the agency’s changing stance on whether grand jury information can be shared with the House during an impeachment inquiry.

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Jacqueline Thomsen

Jacqueline Thomsen, based in Washington, is a reporter covering D.C. courts and the legal side of politics. Contact her at jathomsen@alm.com. On Twitter: @jacq_thomsen

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