Senate Panel To Vote On More U.S. Attorney Nominees
By Andrew Ramonas | June 15, 2010 2:13 pm

The Senate Judiciary Committee is slated to consider two more of President Barack Obama’s U.S. Attorney nominees at its meeting Thursday.

They are:

Pamela C. Marsh (Akerman Senterfitt)

– Pamela C. Marsh (Northern District of Florida): An of counsel for Akerman Senterfitt LLP and former Assistant U.S. Attorney, Marsh would succeed George Miller, who stepped down as U.S. Attorney in 2008. Read more about her here.

– Peter J. Smith (Middle District of Pennsylvania): The former deputy state treasurer for the Pennsylvania Treasury Department and former Assistant U.S. Attorney in the Eastern District of Pennsylvania would succeed Martin C. Carlson, who resigned as U.S. Attorney last year. Read more about Smith here.

The committee has yet to schedule votes for another 15 would-be U.S. Attorneys. The panel has approved 55 of Obama’s U.S. Attorney nominees, 51 of whom have won Senate confirmation.


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