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Jefferson Wants Case Moved to D.C. Last week, Jefferson’s lawyers asked the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia to dismiss 14 of the 16 criminal charges against him and move the other two to D.C. federal court. • Thumbing His Nose? President George W. Bush’s decision to bypass five recommendations from Virginia Sens. John Warner (R) and Jim Webb Jr. (D) and nominate Duncan Getchell Jr. to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 4th Circuit is already stirring criticism among advocacy groups. • Exit Stage Left: Another Senior Justice Depatment Official Is Stepping Down Peter Keisler, assistant attorney general for the Civil Division, announced last week that he will leave on Sept. 21. • Backlash For Tapping a Backside Jackson & Campbell’s Robert Rider Jr. concedes that he tapped another firm lawyer on the backside at a party, according to court papers. • Ye Gon Case Gets 90-Day Schedule Zhenli Ye Gon must wait in jail as prosecutors try to prove he helped import massive quantities of methamphetamines into the United States, a federal judge ruled last week. • Two New Magistrate Judges for D.C. Two former federal prosecutors are joining the D.C. Superior Court as magistrate judges.

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