While the outcome of the presidential election can’t be known for sure, one thing is certain. No matter which candidate wins, the powerful U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of New York will need new leadership.

The nature of the shake-up will hinge on whether Democratic nominee Joe Biden enters the White House or President Donald Trump is reelected, former prosecutors said in a series of interviews with the Law Journal this month.

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