Prosecutor of Ted Stevens also worked on Libby case

Clarice Feldman
In a short bio preceding a presentation to Stanford Law Center, we learn that Brenda Morris, one of the lawyers in the Stevens case under investigation for wrongdoing in the prosecution of that case, was involved in a number of other familiar cases, including the Lewis Libby case:
For the past fifteen years, Brenda Morris has prosecuted political corruption crimes for the Justice Department's Public Integrity Section, which oversees all federal public corruption cases. As deputy chief, Brenda is the highest-ranking official in the Section who is not a political appointee. She will discuss her role supervising high-profile cases, including the Jack Abramoff investigation and the Scooter Libby trial, as well as her experience working as a career prosecutor under Alberto Gonzales. Sponsored by: Stanford Law & Policy Review (SLPR), Levin Center for Public Service & Public Interest Law, Stanford Criminal Justice Center, Criminal Law Society, Stanford Mock Trial, Black Law Students Association, and Women of Stanford Law.
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We also have learned this is not the first time her professional ethics have hurt innocent defendants.
In a short bio preceding a presentation to Stanford Law Center, we learn that Brenda Morris, one of the lawyers in the Stevens case under investigation for wrongdoing in the prosecution of that case, was involved in a number of other familiar cases, including the Lewis Libby case:
For the past fifteen years, Brenda Morris has prosecuted political corruption crimes for the Justice Department's Public Integrity Section, which oversees all federal public corruption cases. As deputy chief, Brenda is the highest-ranking official in the Section who is not a political appointee. She will discuss her role supervising high-profile cases, including the Jack Abramoff investigation and the Scooter Libby trial, as well as her experience working as a career prosecutor under Alberto Gonzales. Sponsored by: Stanford Law & Policy Review (SLPR), Levin Center for Public Service & Public Interest Law, Stanford Criminal Justice Center, Criminal Law Society, Stanford Mock Trial, Black Law Students Association, and Women of Stanford Law.
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We also have learned this is not the first time her professional ethics have hurt innocent defendants.