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In the May 24 issue, the Inadmissibleitem “DOJ Officials Lawyer Up for Torture Suit” (Page 3) misidentified attorney Ira Raphaelson, a partner with O’Melveny & Myers, as a former aide to Attorney General Janet Reno. In fact, he was an aide to Attorney General William Barr. In the same issue, ” Moving On: A Nader Protégé With Friends in High Places” misidentified on Page 9 the school where longtime Public Citizen Litigation Group lawyer Alan Morrison earned his undergraduate degree. Morrison is a graduate of Yale University. In the May 3 and May 10 issues, “Case Digests” incorrectly stated that four D.C. Court of Appeals cases had been decided without argument. All lawyers listed are based in the District, unless otherwise noted. In Austin v. United States,No. 02-CF-1455, decided on April 22, 2004, Eric Murphy of the Public Defender Service argued on behalf of the appellants, Assistant U.S. Attorney Valinda Jones argued for the appellees, and Assistant Corporation Counsel Sidney Bixler argued for the intervenors. In In re Cohen,No. 02-BG-863, decided on April 29, Jacob Stein of Stein, Mitchell & Mezines argued for the respondents and Julia Border argued for the Office of Bar Counsel. In District of Columbia v. Beretta U.S.A. Corp., et al.,Nos. 03-CV-24 and 03-CV-38, decided on April 29, James McKay Jr. of the Office of Corporation Counsel argued for the appellant in 03-CV-24, and David Molot of Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr argued for the appellant in 03-CV-38. Thomas Fennell of Jones Day’s Dallas office and Lawrence Greenwald of Baltimore’s Gordon, Feinblatt, Rothman, Hoffberger & Hollander argued on behalf of the appellees. In Smith v. United States,No. 02-CF-909, decided on April 29, 2004, the Public Defender Service’s Eric Klein argued for the appellant, and Assistant U.S. Attorney Charles Floyd argued for the appellees. The corrections have been made to the online versions of the articles.

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