Regina Schofield, assistant attorney general for the Office of Justice Programs, is leaving the Department of Justice on Sept. 28. Her plans for the near future were not released.

She is one of more than a dozen high-ranking Justice officials who have called it quits this year. Most left under a cloud of suspicion related to the controversial firing of nine U.S. Attorneys, but others — like Schofield — are leaving for other reasons.

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