Assistant U.S. attorneys Amanda Haines and Fernando Campoamor-Sanchez (left and right) will be returning to D.C. Superior Court in Washington the week of May 26 for crucial post-trial hearings in the Chandra Levy murder case. In this file photo, Haines and Campoamor-Sanchez leave the D.C. Superior Court on Feb. 11, 2011.
Assistant U.S. attorneys Amanda Haines and Fernando Campoamor-Sanchez (left and right) will be returning to D.C. Superior Court in Washington the week of May 26 for crucial post-trial hearings in the Chandra Levy murder case. In this file photo, Haines and Campoamor-Sanchez leave the D.C. Superior Court on Feb. 11, 2011. AP
Assistant U.S. attorneys Amanda Haines and Fernando Campoamor-Sanchez (left and right) will be returning to D.C. Superior Court in Washington the week of May 26 for crucial post-trial hearings in the Chandra Levy murder case. In this file photo, Haines and Campoamor-Sanchez leave the D.C. Superior Court on Feb. 11, 2011. AP

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