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April 16, 2007

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Apples to Oranges

It is unclear what McNulty's status would have been without this latest scandal. Unlike, say, Mr Thompson, McNulty has no record in private practice.

Moreover, the general consensus is that McNulty was not exactly first in line for his position anyway, which, along with the low regard many people have for the way in which DOJ has been run during his tenure, will also drop his stock.

Given McNulty's most marketable trait would be access to DOJ that is in full revolt and an administration that is on the clock, don't expect anyone to open the bank. My guess would be that he ends up in some AmLaw lobbying practice, which won't be the $$$ of the previous office holders.

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