Until Monday night, Sally Yates’ name and reputation—outside of Georgia and the halls of the U.S. Justice Department—was not one that garnered instant national name recognition.

After a long career as a federal prosecutor—including a list of high-profile prosecutions and a stint as Northern District of Georgia’s first woman U.S. attorney— her national profile was most closely tied to a policy on the prosecution of corporate executives, dubbed the “Yates Memo.”

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