Five federal prosecutors who came under fire for the botched prosecution of Ted Stevens on corruption charges in Washington are not expected to face criminal contempt charges, NPR reported today on its Web site.

The special prosecutor who is investigating the Stevens trial team, a group that includes former Public Integrity Section supervisors William Welch II and Brenda Morris, is not expected to recommend a referral for criminal contempt charges, the published report said.

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