(a) An attorney, whether retained or appointed, who enters a post-indictment appearance shall continue to represent the defendant until the case is
dismissed, the defendant is acquitted, or the direct appeal is completed unless the attorney is granted leave to withdraw by the District Court or the
Court of Appeals if notice of appeal has been filed.
(b) An attorney who has appeared in a criminal case may thereafter withdraw only by written motion served upon the defendant personally
or at the defendant's last-known address and upon all other parties. The Court may deny a motion to withdraw if the attorney's withdrawal would unduly
delay trial of the case, or be unfairly prejudicial to any party, or otherwise not be in the interest of justice.
(c) The United States Attorney shall advise the Clerk and the District Judge to whom the case is assigned regarding any change in the
attorney for the United States responsible for the prosecution.
Comment: LCrR 57.1 should be read with Fed. R. Crim. P. 44.
July 01, 199