It is no coincidence that the criminal case against three executives of Dewey & LeBoeuf, who are facing about 100 criminal counts and a months-long trial with dozens of witnesses, was assigned to Acting Supreme Court Justice Robert Stolz.

Acting Supreme Court Justice Michael Obus, who is the administrative judge for Manhattan criminal matters, said he chose Stolz to supervise the grand jury proceedings, and it simply made sense for him to keep the case.

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