RENO — Nevada U.S. Attorney Greg Brower says he expects to be replaced by the Obama administration.
Brower says he hasn’t been asked to leave, but he expects the new administration to make changes by fall.
Brower became the top federal prosecutor in Nevada in January 2008. He replaced Daniel Bogden, who was one of nine federal prosecutors fired in 2006 in a Justice Department scandal that figured in former Attorney General Alberto Gonzales’ resignation.
Brower is a former Nevada assemblyman.