Dann's Scheduler Wanted Job Back

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10 Investigates on Friday learned that the former scheduler for Attorney General Marc Dann tried to get her job back after resigning.

Jessica Utovich was tied to the sex scandal inside Dann's office when the attorney general admitted she spent the night at his condo on the city's northwest side, 10 Investigates' Paul Aker reported.

Utovich resigned the night before an internal investigation ousted three of Dann's top aides.

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According to documents obtained by 10 Investigates, Utovich tried to rescind her resignation, but she said the Attorney General's Office denied her that option and made her quit, Aker reported.

Utovich then wrote in an e-mail, "I'm not proud of my actions in my personal life, but do not deserve to be retaliated for them by the office."

Dann Spends First Day Out Of Office Selling Dishes

Former Ohio Attorney General Marc Dann spent his first day after resigning helping his wife with her business selling dishes online.

Dann's attorney Mike Harshman said that Dann helped his wife, Alyssa Lenhoff Dann, with her side job selling Fiestaware on the Internet.

Dann walked two miles from his suburban Youngstown home Thursday to the office where he took orders and packed dishes.

Harshman said Dann is weighing career options that could include the law, teaching or another run for political office.

Dann resigned Wednesday after acknowledging an affair with a subordinate and ahead of a threat of impeachment.

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Previous Stories:

May 15, 2008:  New Dann Investigation Begins
May 14, 2008: Dann Resigns As Attorney General
May 13, 2008: AG Office: Dann Has Not Resigned
May 9, 2008:  Democrats Rescind Endorsement Of Dann
May 8, 2008: Dann Cancels Appearances; Hires Consultant
May 7, 2008: Employee: Dann Should Resign
May 6, 2008: Calls For Dann's Impeachment Soften
May 5, 2008: Dann Working Despite Calls To Resign
May 3, 2008: Democrats Call For Dann To Leave Office
May 2, 2008: 3 Aides Ousted; AG Admits Affair
April 30, 2008: Dan Staffer Claims Someone Ransacked Her Office
April 29, 2008: Suspended AG Administrator Tied Into Other Crash
April 23, 2008: Gutierrez To Face Second Investigation
April 22, 2008: Police: No Criminal Charges Filed In Sexual Harassment Case
April 18, 2008: Man In Sexual Harassment Investigation Had Previous Legal Problems
April 17, 2008: Technical Glitches Arise In Sexual Harassment Case
April 16, 2008: New Details Emerge In Sexual Harassment Case
April 14, 2008: Attorney General Puts Director On Leave
April 9, 2008: Attorney General Addresses Claims Against Services Director
April 8, 2008: Attorney General Staffers File Federal Complaint
April 7, 2008: Attorney General Suspends Director Amid Sexual Harassment Claims