Three lawyers in the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Minneapolis resigned their management posts and will return to prosecuting cases, the office said Friday.

Jeanne Cooney, spokeswoman for U.S. Attorney Rachel Paulose, confirmed that John Marti, a First Assistant U.S. Attorney, Erika Mozangue, head of the office’s civil division, and James Lackner, who heads the office’s criminal division, have “decided to go back to being prosecutors,” Cooney said.