Cleaning Up: Federal prosecutors have been aggressively pursuing public corruption cases across the county, filing a string of high-profile indictments. The Wall Street Journal takes a look.

Dewey Plea: Dewey & LeBoeuf’s former finance director pleaded guilty to grand larceny last month, according to documents unsealed on Thursday. The New York Law Journal reports.

Death Row Release: The New York Times explores the release this week of a 78-year-old man in Japan thought to be the world’s longest serving death row inmate.

Searching: Police in Washington resumed a search Friday morning for Relisha Rudd, a missing 8-year-old girl. The Washington Post reports that a D.C. Superior Court grand jury is investigating possible obstruction of justice charges against Rudd’s mother.

Christie Report: The New Jersey Law Journal has the full rundown on Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher’s report released Thursday on the Bridgegate scandal. The firm found Christie blameless.