DOJ Inspector General To Step Down

Law360, New York (November 29, 2010, 6:33 PM EST) -- U.S. Department of Justice Inspector General Glenn A. Fine told Attorney General Eric Holder on Monday that he would be stepping down in January.

Fine sent letters of resignation to Holder and President Barack Obama, saying he wanted to “pursue new professional challenges.”

"I am proud of the [Office of the Inspector General's] significant contributions to the Department of Justice," Fine wrote. "Through our audits, investigations, inspections and special reviews, we have sought to improve the department's performance, promote economy and efficiency in its programs, and...
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