Two former federal prosecutors are set to face a District of Columbia attorney ethics panel later this month at a rare hearing over disputed claims that they failed to timely disclose certain information to defense lawyers representing a man once charged in the murder of Washington intern Chandra Levy.

The District of Columbia Office of Disciplinary Counsel in April 2020 filed ethics charges against Amanda Haines and Fernando Campoamor-Sanchez, who both were assistant U.S. attorneys in Washington. Campoamor-Sanchez, a member of the D.C. bar, now works at the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, and Haines, once a cold-case prosecutor focused on domestic violence and female victims, recently retired from government service. Haines is a member of the New York bar.