Eastern District of Pennsylvania Interim U.S. Attorney Michael Levy made several changes to his office’s leadership yesterday, less than a month after he replaced Laurie Magid, The Philadelphia Inquirer reported today.
Magid abruptly resigned a month before her 120-day interim appointment was about to expire. She was reportedly not going to be reappointed by a district court amid controversy over a Justice Department Inspector General investigation into her fund raising activities for former Eastern District of Pennsylvania U.S. Attorney Patrick Meehan, and a negative DOJ review of her management. Levy was promoted from his post as Computer-Crimes Unit Chief after her resignation.
The Inquirer reported that Levy promoted the following six Assistant U.S. Attorneys:
New Post: First Assistant
Old Post: Civil Division Chief
Joined Office: 1986
-Peter F. Schenck
New Post: Criminal Division Chief
Old Post: Commercial and Consumer Fraud Section Head
Joined Office: 1979
New Post: Commercial and Consumer Fraud Section Head
New Post: Criminal Division Deputy Chief for White-Collar Crime
Old Post: Violent-Crime and Counterterrorism Section Deputy Chief
-Stephen A. Miller
New Post: Violent-Crime and Counterterrorism Section Deputy Chief
-Albert S. Glenn
New Post: Computer-Crimes Unit Chief
Levy also said Linda Dale Hoffa, who led the criminal division, will work on Senate Judiciary crime and drugs subcommittee for Chair Sen. Arlen Specter (D-Pa.), The Inquirer reported.