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Bribery Trial Begins for D.C. Developer Assistant U.S. Attorney Mark Dubester had his work cut out for him when he delivered his opening statement last week in the bribery and tax-fraud case against real estate mogul Douglas Jemal. • Ney Pleads Guilty in Government’s Ongoing Corruption Probe Rep. Robert Ney (R-Ohio) pleaded guilty Friday to criminal fraud charges as part of the government’s ongoing public corruption probe stemming from the business deals of convicted lobbyist Jack Abramoff. • What About Bob?: D.C. Attorney General’s Future Unclear After Fenty Win Adrian Fenty has threatened to fire Metropolitan Police Department Chief Charles Ramsey and Fire Chief Adrian Thompson, but the future of D.C. Attorney General Robert Spagnoletti remains unclear. • SOX Fans: Former SEC Chairmen Join in Support of Oversight Board Seven former chairmen of the Securities and Exchange Commission have banded together to support the constitutionality of the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board. • Kirkpatrick’s High Marks: Firm Ranks Well With Treatment of Women The D.C. office of Kirkpatrick & Lockhart Nicholson Graham earned the highest marks in Washington in a survey released earlier this month of how female attorneys view the treatment of women in their own firms. • Corned Beef Saves the Day: Judges Will Have to Wait for Another Vote The judge wars may be over, at least for this Congress. On a busy day Sept. 14, just one Democrat, Illinois’ Richard Durbin, and six of the panel’s 10 Republicans showed up to vote out at least one, and possibly a couple more, of the most controversial federal appellate nominees. • Another Redskins Suit: No Closed Captioning Offered of PA System at FedEx Field According to a class action filed by the National Association of the Deaf, deaf and hard-of-hearing fans don’t receive public-safety messages, referee penalty calls, or other announcements. The suit claims the Redskins and FedEx Field are violating the Americans with Disabilities Act.

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