A little more than a week ago, Preet Bharara went from manning the most powerful prosecutors’ office outside of Washington to being unemployed.
Since then, the next steps for the former U.S. attorney in Manhattan have been the source of near-constant speculation in New York’s legal and political circles. And in the nine days that have passed since Mr. Bharara said he was fired after refusing to comply with the Justice Department’s request for the resignation of remaining Obama-appointed U.S. attorneys, he has been considering that question himself.
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