Two veteran Philadelphia prosecutors were recently asked to resign, according to sources, one of whom was asked to leave after raising concerns about how the head of the homicide unit handled a high-profile exoneration.

Sources said longtime prosecutors Erin Boyle and Dawn Farrell were asked to leave the office Wednesday. Boyle was most recently an assistant supervisor in the homicide unit, while Farrell worked in the insurance fraud unit.

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