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Bush taps Novak, Davis for federal judgeships

President Bush has nominated David J. Novak and Mark S. Davis for federal judgeships in Richmond and Alexandria, respectively.

Novak is an assistant U.S. attorney who worked on the trial of Zacarias Moussaoui, the convicted Sept. 11 conspirator. Davis is a circuit judge in Portsmouth.

Both men were on the list of candidates submitted by Sens. John Warner and Jim Webb to the White House. The Richmond Times-Dispatch has more details.

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