Nominee for deputy attorney general James Cole made just over $900,000 in 2009 and has vacation property valued at $3.3 million, according to a financial disclosure report he submitted.

Cole, a partner in the Washington office of Bryan Cave, reported a net worth to $7.1 million, making him the latest in a long line of wealthy lawyers from both political parties who have taken top jobs in the Justice Department. He had to complete the disclosure report as part of the Senate confirmation process, and it runs to 57 pages.

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