When Sue Ellen Wooldridge stepped down last month from her job as the Justice Department’s top environmental prosecutor, it wasn’t her desire to return to the private sector that was notable, it was her timing.

Days earlier, Wooldridge’s boyfriend — oil and energy lobbyist J. Steven Griles — had been put on notice that he was a target of the federal public-corruption investigation involving convicted lobbyist Jack Abramoff.

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