Todd Graves
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"Todd Graves" was a Republican Party (United States)/Republican lawyer and politician recommended to be United States Attorney for the Western District of Missouri by Michael A. Battle. He took his oath of office on September 17, 2001, as an interim United States attorney appointed by the U.S. District Court. His appointment was approved by President George W. Bush. On September 17, 2001 his presidential appointment was confirmed by the United States Senate on October 11, 2001.

He resigned effective March 24, 2006 as part of the dismissal of U.S. attorneys controversy.[ Tod Graves steps down as U.S. Attorney] Press Release. Department of Justice. March 10, 2006. Retrieved May 8, 2007.Note that Senate confirmation date differs with presidential citation by one day.[ Todd P. Graves] Presidential Nomination The White House Retrieved May 8, 2007.

:Announcement: July 30, 2001, Nomination Sent to the Senate: September 4, 2001. Confirmed by the United States Senate: October 12, 2001

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We have the state line very close by, but it's charged on the Missouri side, ... The main body of what took place was on the Missouri side.

I think that maybe it's not as complicated as it might seem. I'm not a medical expert, but I think anyone with a reasonable amount of skill could probably accomplish this.

In this district, we have a history of seeking the death penalty in appropriate cases, ... It's not something we shy away from, but we're still a ways away from that decision.

All but one of the attorneys who made loans practiced at one time or another before Judge Neal, ... The one exception is a former law partner who did not practice at all in Municipal Court.

The baby is fine. The baby is doing great.