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Two More U.S. Attorneys Calling it Quits

McGregor Scott/official photo

McGregor Scott/official photo

By Allan Lengel
ticklethewire.com

With the less than a month to go in the Bush administration, the latest U.S. Attorneys to hit the exit are Steven Biskupic of Milwaukee and McGregor W. Scott of Sacramento.
Biskuptic, 47,  plans to step down Jan. 9. He was appointed in 2002. His name popped up during the probe into the U.S. Attorney firings in documents questioning his job performance and loyalty to Bush.
In a statement to the Milwauekee Journal Sentinel on April 14, 2007, he said: “It is my understanding that my name appears on a list, which was a ranking of United States Attorneys. My name appeared in a category questioning my performance and loyalty to the President. That same list characterized esteemed Chicago United States Attorney Patrick Fitzgerald as “mediocre.” I believe the list has no credibility.”
He plans to join the Wisconsin law firm of Michael Best & Friedrich as a partner in the litigation practice group.
Scott, 45, will step down Jan. 4 and take a job at the Sacramento law firm of law firm of Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe as a law partner.

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