Nicholas Marsh was gripped with a growing sense of dread. Close friends said the young lawyer was uncertain whether he would salvage his career at the U.S. Justice Department or whether private law firms would hire him.

For nearly 18 months, Marsh was one of six prosecutors under investigation for misconduct in the public corruption case against former Alaska Sen. Ted Stevens. “This was a difficult time for Nick,” said Joshua Berman, a Katten Muchin Rosenman partner in Washington, D.C., and former DOJ public corruption prosecutor who worked with Marsh. “This cloud hung over him, and it was unfair that it dragged out. Nick was entitled to a more prompt resolution.”

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