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Stuart Berman Appears on MSNBC Discussing DOJ Appointment

Litigator Stuart Berman recently appeared on MSNBC to discuss the appointment of the acting U.S. Attorney General. A former federal prosecutor, Stuart is one of more than 400 former Department of Justice employees urging President Trump to nominate someone to succeed Jeff Sessions and to put a Senate-confirmed person in the acting attorney general position.

To see the interview, visit "400 former DOJ employees sign statement opposing Whitaker."

Stuart Berman represents businesses and individuals facing criminal investigation and prosecution or civil enforcement action by federal and state authorities in Maryland and around the country. Stuart joined Lerch Early after a 28-year career with the U.S. Department of Justice.

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