Senator Picks Outsiders For Ill. Prosecutor Job

Print More An Illinois senator is choosing outsiders as U.S. Attorneys in southern Illinois for fear that local candidates would be corrupted, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports. The Justice Department often defers to U.S. senators of the president’s party when selecting top prosecutors. Republican Sen. Peter Fitzgerald is recommending a career federal prosecutor from Maryland to
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