Among the many striking features of the U.S. Attorney scandal is the dearth of firsthand prosecutorial and trial experience of the Justice Department officials most involved in the selection and firing of eight prosecutors.

The lack of experience contrasts dramatically with that of the U.S. Attorneys, who were asked to resign last year for what the Justice Department characterized as underperformance.

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