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Where U.S. attorneys are now

What happens to former U.S. attorneys?

The federal prosecutors in the Eastern District of North Carolina have gone onto wildly different careers after leaving office. Below, a quick roundup:

George Anderson: (1977-1980) Now a Raleigh attorney with his own practice.

Sam Currin: (1981-1987) Nominated for a federal judgeship but never confirmed. Led N.C. Republican Party from 1996 to 1999. Now serving time at a federal prison in Massachusetts for money laundering and obstruction of justice.

Margaret Currin: (1988-1993) Professor at Campbell University's law school.

Janice McKenzie Cole: (1994-2001) Ran unsuccessfully for Congress in 2002. Now runs an immigration law firm in Hertford.

Frank Whitney: (2002-2005) Now a federal judge in the Western District based in Charlotte, a lifetime appointment.


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Re: Where U.S. attorneys are now

Thanks!

Re: Sam Currin the DA???

The Granville D.A. is Samuel B. Currin III; the former U.S. attorney and current inmate was Samuel Thomas Currin.

— RTB 

Sam Currin the DA???

The District Attorney of Granville, Vance, Warren, and Franklin Counties is named Sam Currin. Is this a son, relative, or just a coincidence? I am guessing it is his son but I don't know. RTB can you find out?

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