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Italy’s Highest Appeals Court to Decide Amanda Knox’s Fate

March 24, 2015, Wall Street Journal

Covington's Dan Suleiman is mentioned in this article regarding the possibility of Amanda Knox being extradited to Italy:

"According to Dan Suleiman, a lawyer at Covington & Burling LLP in Washington and former deputy chief of staff for the Justice Department’s criminal division, any Italian extradition request would be made in writing and filed as a formal matter with the U.S. State Department. From there, the U.S. Justice Department’s Office of International Affairs, likely working in concert with officials in the State Department, would decide whether to extradite Ms. Knox, he said."

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