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June 21, 1998 | PETER BAKER and SUSAN SCHMIDT, THE WASHINGTON POST
Monica S. Lewinsky's new legal team, seeking a deal to protect her from prosecution, has offered to have her testify that she had sex with President Clinton, but independent counsel Kenneth W. Starr wants her to plead guilty to some offense as part of any agreement, according to lawyers close to the talks. Lewinsky's lawyers have told Starr she would not testify that she was encouraged by Clinton or his friend Vernon E. Jordan Jr.
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August 2, 1998 | ROBERT L. JACKSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Five days after issuing a subpoena for President Clinton's testimony, independent counsel Kenneth W. Starr moved quickly to obtain Monica S. Lewinsky's full cooperation by arranging a pair of secret meetings in private homes that led to the former White House intern receiving a grant of full immunity from prosecution, her attorneys said in interviews Saturday. Veteran defense lawyers Plato Cacheris and Jacob A.
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August 2, 1998 | ROBERT L. JACKSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Five days after issuing a subpoena for President Clinton's testimony, independent counsel Kenneth W. Starr moved quickly to obtain Monica S. Lewinsky's full cooperation by arranging a pair of secret meetings in private homes that led to the former White House intern receiving a grant of full immunity from prosecution, her attorneys said in interviews Saturday. Veteran defense lawyers Plato Cacheris and Jacob A.
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June 21, 1998 | PETER BAKER and SUSAN SCHMIDT, THE WASHINGTON POST
Monica S. Lewinsky's new legal team, seeking a deal to protect her from prosecution, has offered to have her testify that she had sex with President Clinton, but independent counsel Kenneth W. Starr wants her to plead guilty to some offense as part of any agreement, according to lawyers close to the talks. Lewinsky's lawyers have told Starr she would not testify that she was encouraged by Clinton or his friend Vernon E. Jordan Jr.
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June 3, 1998 | DAVID WILLMAN and RONALD J. OSTROW, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Former White House intern Monica S. Lewinsky hired two prominent lawyers to take control of her defense Tuesday, abruptly ending the involvement of the often-outspoken William H. Ginsburg of Los Angeles. By retaining the two new lawyers--Jacob A. Stein and Plato Cacheris--the 24-year-old Lewinsky has placed her fate in the hands of seasoned Washington practitioners who are no strangers to independent counsel investigations.
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June 4, 1998 | ROBERT L. JACKSON and RONALD J. OSTROW, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
When prominent lawyers gathered for tennis a few years ago at the suburban Virginia home of Plato Cacheris, the host confidently announced the pairing. "Jake and I will take you on," he told his fellow members of the bar, referring to Jacob A. Stein, his longtime friend and confidant. The question now is what this power doubles pair is going to do to help their newest client, Monica S. Lewinsky, as they take on independent counsel Kenneth W. Starr.
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July 10, 1985 | From the Washington Post
John R. McKean, chairman of the Postal Service's board of governors, has charged the Postal Service $97,793 for legal fees he incurred during investigations into loans that he arranged for Atty. Gen. Edwin Meese III, it was learned Tuesday. The board has agreed to pay for the legal work, which was provided by its outside counsel, former Jimmy Carter Administration official Joseph A. Califano Jr., and his law firm. Rep. Glenn English (D-Okla.
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June 7, 1985 | Associated Press
An appellate court panel told the government to reimburse Atty. Gen. Edwin Meese III for $472,190 of the more than $720,000 in legal expenses he incurred while defending himself against allegations of misconduct as President Reagan's counselor. The decision by the three-judge panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia was made public today.
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March 24, 2000
Warren E. Magee, 91, a lawyer whose penchant for defending the rights of pariahs brought him his best-known clients: a Nazi war criminal and Sen. Joseph R. McCarthy (R-Wis.). Magee had practiced for 18 years in Washington, and was known for his defense work for at least one disgraced congressman, when he was asked in 1948 to take part in the Nuremberg war crimes trials. His client was Baron Ernst von Weizsaecker, the former German secretary of state and wartime ambassador to the Vatican.
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June 4, 1998 | ROBERT L. JACKSON and RONALD J. OSTROW, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
When prominent lawyers gathered for tennis a few years ago at the suburban Virginia home of Plato Cacheris, the host confidently announced the pairing. "Jake and I will take you on," he told his fellow members of the bar, referring to Jacob A. Stein, his longtime friend and confidant. The question now is what this power doubles pair is going to do to help their newest client, Monica S. Lewinsky, as they take on independent counsel Kenneth W. Starr.
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June 3, 1998 | DAVID WILLMAN and RONALD J. OSTROW, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Former White House intern Monica S. Lewinsky hired two prominent lawyers to take control of her defense Tuesday, abruptly ending the involvement of the often-outspoken William H. Ginsburg of Los Angeles. By retaining the two new lawyers--Jacob A. Stein and Plato Cacheris--the 24-year-old Lewinsky has placed her fate in the hands of seasoned Washington practitioners who are no strangers to independent counsel investigations.
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January 29, 1985 | Associated Press
Atty. Gen.-designate Edwin Meese III said today that his investigation by an independent counsel "left no stone unturned" and declared that he has adhered to ethical standards governing the conduct of public officials. Meese appeared before the Senate Judiciary Committee one day after his lawyer confirmed that ethics investigators had concluded that the presidential counselor had violated ethics rules. That conclusion had been kept secret by the investigators' boss, a Reagan appointee.
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February 26, 1994 | From Associated Press
Sen. Bob Packwood (R-Ore.) asked Chief Justice William H. Rehnquist on Friday to block the transfer of his diaries to the Senate Ethics Committee while he appeals the panel's subpoena. Packwood's emergency petition said he "is being made subject to an unreasonable search and seizure of his private personal papers." A federal judge earlier this month ordered the diaries turned over to the committee.
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