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Congressman’s Panel Recommends 3 Women To Fill 3 U.S. Atty. Posts in Alabama

By Allan Lengel
Ticklethewire
WASHINGTON –– A judicial advisory committee formed by Rep Artur Davis (D-Ala.) has recommended as its first choice three women for the three U.S. Attorney posts in Alabama.
For the Northern District, the committee’s first choice was Joyce Vance, 48, the chief of the U.S. Attorney’s Appellate Section, according to a press release issued by Davis’ office over the weekend. The second choice was Jim Sturdivant, an attorney with Sirote & Permutt and a former assistant U.S. Attorney in the Northern Alabama office. The recommendations will be submitted to the presidential transition team.
The first choice for the Middle District office in Alabama was Michel Nicrosi, a former assistant U.S. Attorney. The second choice was Joseph Van Heest, a former federal public defender who is in private practice.
In the Southern District office, the first choice was Vicki Davis, an assistant U.S. Attorney in the Southern District of Alabama (not related to the Congressman). The Press-Register reported Sunday that Davis, if appointed, would become the first black U.S. Attorney in Alabama. The second choice for that spot was Patrick Sims, an attorney with Cabaniss, Johnston, Garnder, Dumas & O’Neal and a former U.S. magistrate judge.
Rep. Davis’ office said it expected that President Obama would replace all three of the current U.S. Attorneys.


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