Monday, September 24, 2007
Dan Eggen of the Washington Post reports on a probe of the United States Attorney in Minneapolis. These kind of allegations may make someone think twice about going into public service. After all, a Yale Law School grad could probably make a lot more money in private practice. But maybe it should make everyone think twice. What qualifications are needed for a key position like United States Attorney? And will the appointment process change with a new Attorney General?