Before last week, former federal prosecutor G. Paul Howes had only suffered blows to his reputation for his misconduct in a witness-payment scandal.
But now, Howes, a former Assistant U.S. Attorney in the District, faces serious ethics charges from the D.C. Bar Counsel that could trigger sanctions — including disbarment.
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