George Terwilliger

Senior Partner, Washington office of White & Case


Deputy Attorney General under George H.W. Bush. He has been attorney to Alberto Gonzales during investigations regarding his tenure as attorney general. He is now a senior partner in the Washington office of White & Case.

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Barack Obama’s  nominee for Attorney General  got some tough  grilling from Senate Republicans  today.

Eric Holder for Attorney General?

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