One of the interesting trends I’ve watched lately is the steady stream of ex-prosecutors moving over to the private sector and joining law firms. A lot of that movement has been in the Northeast. It could be coincidental. Or it could be because there never seems to be a shortage of investigations into state and local governments there.

(And if you think I’m taking cheap shots, just consider that in Pennsylvania alone I’ve seen a number of judges get convicted, as well as legislators, an attorney general, and a prominent district attorney. )

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