Lawyers for the Washington, D.C., government are facing possible disciplinary action after failing to turn over or possibly even preserve evidence in a high-profile civil case alleging improper mass arrests, D.C. Attorney General Peter Nickles warned Wednesday.

The warning is the latest twist in litigation related to the 2002 arrests of anti-globalization protesters in Pershing Park, near the White House.

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