Two months after resigning from the U.S. Justice Department, federal prosecutor Jonathan Kravis has joined the attorney general’s office in Washington, D.C., to build a public corruption unit targeting bribery, fraud and campaign violations.

As special counsel for public corruption, Kravis will advise the district’s attorney general, Karl Racine, on how to structure the new division and on any legislation necessary for empowering the unit.

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