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Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein today announced that Corey Ellis, First Assistant U.S. Attorney of the Western District of North Carolina, will serve as the Director of Asset Forfeiture Accountability within the Office of the Deputy Attorney General. Pursuant to Attorney General Jeff Sessionss Oct. 16 memorandum, Ellis will coordinate the Departments Asset Forfeiture Program, including reviewing complaints and ensuring compliance with the law.
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