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Paula Jones' Lawyers Allowed to Quit

September 10, 1997|From Times Staff and Wire Reports

A federal judge let Paula Corbin Jones' lawyers withdraw from her sexual-harassment lawsuit against President Clinton but ordered that the case stay on course for a trial in May. "All deadlines shall remain in place," U.S. District Judge Susan Webber Wright said in an order that let Joseph Cammarata and Gilbert K. Davis quit as Jones' lawyers. New attorneys for Jones have yet to emerge. The two lawyers said in papers that they had "fundamental differences of opinion" with Jones about how the case should proceed.

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