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Police Remain in Wone Murder House Without any further statements from the three residents of 1509 Swann St. N.W., all of whom were home the night of Aug. 2 when Robert Wone was killed, police have focused on the one thing they have: the house where he was found. • Staff Infection: Recruiter Spat Rages On The gloves are off again in a dispute between recruiting giant Lynn Mestel of Mestel & Co. and a former recruiter for her temporary-legal-placement subsidiary HIRECounsel D.C. • Benched: Two New Magistrate Judges Sworn In D.C. Superior Court Chief Judge Rufus King III swore in Mary Rook and Elizabeth Carroll Wingo as magistrate judges last week. • Key Assist: Arnold & Porter Helps With Sale of Soccer Franchise Handling the sale of professional sports teams may not be standard fare for Arnold & Porter, but last week the firm helped Cleveland Browns owner Randy Lerner take over English soccer club Aston Villa. • Thumbs Down: ABA Rating on Wallace Angers Specter The American Bar Association’s unanimous “not qualified” rating for Michael Wallace, the Mississippi lawyer nominated to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 5th Circuit, has sent Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Arlen Specter (R-Pa.) into a tizzy. • Miami Mafia: New Posts at DOJ Go to Miami Attorneys Alice Fisher, the head of the Justice Department’s Criminal Division, has named new leaders to a number of key posts. But the moves appear at least partly influenced by Barry Sabin, who was recently named a deputy assistant attorney general under Fisher after stints running the Counterterrorism Section and as a federal prosecutor in Miami. • Up in the Heir: Negotiations Over Wallick Fortune Break Down A year and a half after former Steptoe & Johnson managing partner Robert Wallick died of complications from prostate cancer, negotiations between three children from his first marriage and two from his second marriage over Wallick’s life insurance and retirement money have broken down.

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