In continuing fallout from the failed prosecution of Sen. Ted Stevens, the U.S. Department of Justice on Friday announced the selection of a new official to coordinate discovery policies and training nationwide.

Andrew Goldsmith will take on the post. He’s a former state and federal prosecutor who’s now supervising environmental prosecutions at the Justice Department. His duties will include creating a handbook on discovery, similar to the Grand Jury Manual; implementing a training curriculum; and reviewing case management software.

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