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David Capp, U.S. Attorney for Northern District of Indiana, to retire soon

March 15, 2017: Dana Boente and Rod Rosenstein have been given permission to remain in their posts as U.S. Attorneys for Northern Virginia and Maryland, respectively. Boente is also currently the U.S. Department of Justice’s Acting Deputy Attorney General. Rosenstein has been nominated to fill that post on a full-time basis. Meanwhile, U.S. Attorney for the Northern District of Indiana, David Capp, said he plans to retire soon, instead of in June, 2017, when he originally planned to retire. "After 31 years at the United States Attorney’s office I have submitted my resignation as United States Attorney," Capp said. “I had advised my office last summer [2016] that it was my plan to retire in 2017. I had been looking toward a June [2017] retirement, so this is just a few months earlier."

Attribution: Politico

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