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FEBRUARY 07 2008

House Democrats follow up on Siegelman case
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House Democrats follow up on Siegelman
case
by Mary Orndorff of The Birmingham News

The criminal prosecution of former Gov. Don Siegelman will be a
topic today when U.S. Attorney General Michael Mukasey testifies
before a congressional committee, according to the Democratic
chairman of the panel.

U.S. Rep. John Conyers, D-Mich., asked Mukasey to be prepared to
discuss the Siegelman case during the House Judiciary Committee's
oversight hearing of the Justice Department, according to a letter
from Conyers to Mukasey released by the committee.

A webcast of the hearing will be available at:
judiciary.house.gov

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Letter from John Conyers to
Michael Mukasey

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