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Margolis Tells Hill Role in Firings Limited When David Margolis was interviewed by congressional investigators last week, his testimony about the firings of eight U.S. attorneys differed from the stories of other Justice officials. • Fielding’s Flock: White House Counsel Picks Two Former Southern District of New York For Justice Positions Alumni of the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of New York are wont to tell anyone who’ll listen that the office is home to the Justice Department’s best and brightest. White House Counsel Fred Fielding apparently agrees. • Executive Bump: Melson New Director of Justice’s Executive Office of U.S. Attorneys After 21 years as the first assistant in the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of Virginia, Kenneth Melson is getting a promotion. • Hearing Howes: Ethics Hearing to Decide Howes’ D.C. Law License Former federal prosecutor G. Paul Howes has admitted he violated six ethics rules in a wide-ranging witness payment scandal nearly 13 years ago. But Monday, the ethics hearing that will help decide whether he keeps his D.C. law license gets under way. • Shot Down: Convicted Murderer’s Appeal of Firearms Convictions Denied Patrick Andrews, a convicted murderer who fired 14 bullets into a car and killed a man in 2000, argued in an appeal that his related firearms convictions should be tossed because the Second Amendment protects his individual right to bear arms. • Source Search: The Media’s Strange Ally in Hatfill Case Reporters subpoenaed last month by the attorneys for the scientist once suspected in the 2001 anthrax attacks might be surprised by their new ally: the Justice Department. • Payne-ful Impersonation: Law School Student Allegedly Impersonated Official to Obtain Visas The case against Njock Eyong has been strange from the start. But in recently filed court documents, federal prosecutors shed light on how this law school student allegedly impersonated an official acting for Rep. Donald Payne (D-N.J.) in a failed effort to obtain visas.

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