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Convicted Slumlord May Evade Rat Trap The poor track record of the D.C. Attorney General’s Office in prosecuting slumlords took another blow at a Nov. 16 probation-revocation hearing for David Nuyen. • Early Out: Mistrial Declared in Trinidad Case The jury found itself at an impasse in the case against Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia leader Simon Trinidad, charged with aiding the kidnapping of three American defense contractors whose plane crashed in the Colombian mountains in February 2003. • $500K Mistake: Aycoth Acquitted of Gambia Fraud Gambia’s former lobbyist John Aycoth did not defraud the tiny West African nation, nor did he fail to work hard on the country’s behalf in Washington, as Gambian officials alleged during a four-day bench trial in September. But, he won’t be seeing any payback… • D.C. Slots Go Bust: Ballot Initiative Struck Down Slot machines won’t be coming to the District anytime soon, now that the D.C. Court of Appeals has stricken down a slots-casino ballot initiative funded by offshore gambling financiers. • Betting on GOP Probes: Paoletta Joins Dickstein Shapiro in New Practice After 10 years on the Hill, Mark Paoletta, chief counsel of the House Energy and Commerce Committee’s Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations, is moving to D.C.’s Dickstein Shapiro, where he will start a congressional investigations practice. • Bucking the Bonus: DLA Piper Partners Leave for Cooley Godward Lawyers’ firm swapping usually slows down once bonus time nears, but two longtime DLA Piper partners bucked the trend last week, jumping to Cooley Godward Kronish.

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