Report: Both MS U.S. attorneys asked to resign

Report: Both MS U.S. attorneys asked to resign
The Department of Justice has removed Davis' biography and contact information. Source: Department of Justice.
The Department of Justice has removed Davis' biography and contact information. Source: Department of Justice.
Adams' information was removed and replaced with information for Robert C. Norman. Source: Department of Justice.
Adams' information was removed and replaced with information for Robert C. Norman. Source: Department of Justice.

MISSISSIPPI (WDAM) - Both of Mississippi's U.S. attorneys have been asked to resign by Attorney General Jeff Sessions, according to The Clarion Ledger. 

Gregory K. Davis, Southern District, and Felicia C. Adams, Northern District were two of the 46 U.S. attorneys in the nation asked to resign by Sessions on Friday.

Both were nominated by former President Barack Obama.

Southern District spokeswoman Sheila Wilbanks confirmed to The Clarion Ledger that Davis submitted his resignation on Friday as requested.

The Ledger was unable to get confirmation on Adams' resignation.

The Department of Justice has removed Davis' information from their website, and Adams information was replaced with Robert H. Norman.