Three Leading Assistant US Attorneys in DC to Step Down

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Three of the top homicide prosecutors for the United States Attorney’s Office in Washington DC have decided to leave their positions only months after Ronald C. Machen, Jr., was appointed the District’s newest US Attorney to oversee the office. Assistant US Attorneys Glenn L. Kirschner, Deborah Sines, and Daniel Zachem are all leaving their posts after careers filled with the prosecution of high-profile homicide cases.

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