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Virginia U.S. Atty. Chuck Rosenberg Resigns

A U.S. Attorney in one of the higher profile offices in the nation is stepping down.

U.S. Atty. Chuck Rosenberg/doj photo

U.S. Atty. Chuck Rosenberg/doj photo

By Jerry Markon
Washington Post Staff Writer
ALEXANDRIA, Va. – Chuck Rosenberg has resigned as U.S. attorney in Alexandria, one of the most prominent federal prosecutor’s jobs in the country, Justice Department officials said yesterday.
Rosenberg, 48, who was appointed in March 2006, sent a resignation letter to President Bush on Sept. 30. His last day on the job will be Oct. 22. An acting U.S. attorney will be named until a permanent replacement is chosen.
“I have been extraordinarily privileged to have had this opportunity. It has been a dream come true,” said Rosenberg, who declined to say what he will do next. “There is no better U.S. Attorney’s Office. There is no better client. There are no better colleagues.”
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