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Judge Jackson Jumps to Howes’ Defense Retired U.S. District Judge Thomas Penfield Jackson said last week he is willing to testify for former D.C. federal prosecutor G. Paul Howes, who faces serious ethics charges filed this month by the D.C. Bar Counsel. • Farewell to the King: King & Spalding Partners Head to Hogan Three partners in King & Spalding’s corporate transaction practice have bolted for Hogan & Hartson. • Battle-Tested: Military Judge to Supervise Detainee Trials The Defense Department has appointed a veteran military judge to supervise the military commissions of detainees at Guant�namo Bay, Cuba. • Crikey! McCallum Says Detainees Are Victims of Their Rights Australian David Hicks and other detainees still held at Guant�namo have been victims of their own legal rights. That was the message of U.S. Ambassador to Australia Robert McCallum to reporters at a Valentine’s Day press conference in the Australian capital of Canberra. • Following Fred: Three Wiley Lawyers Headed to the White House Wiley Rein has always been a steppingstone for up-and-coming Republican lawyers. But the appointment of former name partner Fred Fielding as White House counsel last month has turned into a springboard for three young lawyers who have followed him to the White House. • Press and Play: DOJ Office of Public Affairs Leaks Wooldridge Talking Points The Justice Department’s Office of Public Affairs gave beat reporters a gift Valentine’s Day by accidentally spamming the department’s daily talking-points memo to journalists, including those regarding the condominium purchase involving Sue Ellen Wooldridge and a top lobbyist for ConocoPhillips. • The Number You Have Dialed: Problems With Calls at D.C. Child Support Services Division Callers are used to aggravations from automated customer-service systems, but the antiquated system at the D.C. Child Support Services Division takes those headaches to a higher level.

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