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Both Mississippi U.S. attorneys were asked to resign, along with 44 other U.S. state attorneys that were appointed by President Obama.
Gregory Davis had been U.S. attorney for southern Mississippi and Felicia Adams had been the U.S. attorney for northern Mississippi. Both resigned after Attorney General Jeff Sessions asked Friday for all U.S. attorneys who had been appointed by President Obama to step down.
Harold Brittain is now acting as the top federal prosecutor in southern Mississippi and Robert Norman is filling that position in northern Mississippi.
President Donald Trump must now nominate new U.S. attorneys for Senate confirmation.

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