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January 30, 1999 | From Times Wire Reports
Independent counsel Kenneth W. Starr won a court fight in Alexandria, Va., to keep much of the evidence secret for now in an obstruction case stemming from his investigation of President Clinton. Starr's office argued there is a danger that evidence provided to defendant Julie Hiatt Steele could be funneled to targets of the continuing investigation. Steele's lawyers contended that Starr is trying to muzzle her from speaking out about what they consider a "politically motivated" prosecution.
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March 27, 1999 | ROBERT L. JACKSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Cracks are appearing in independent counsel Kenneth W. Starr's case against Julie Hiatt Steele, one of the minor players in the Monica S. Lewinsky scandal, and the problems are casting doubt on Kathleen Willey's claim that President Clinton made an unwelcome sexual advance toward her in the White House.
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June 12, 1998 | From Reuters
A friend of Kathleen E. Willey, the former White House volunteer who said President Clinton groped her, was called Thursday before the grand jury investigating presidential sex and perjury allegations. Julie Hiatt Steele was expected to be asked about a sworn statement she made in March in which she said Willey asked her to lie about the encounter with Clinton.
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January 30, 1999 | From Times Wire Reports
Independent counsel Kenneth W. Starr won a court fight in Alexandria, Va., to keep much of the evidence secret for now in an obstruction case stemming from his investigation of President Clinton. Starr's office argued there is a danger that evidence provided to defendant Julie Hiatt Steele could be funneled to targets of the continuing investigation. Steele's lawyers contended that Starr is trying to muzzle her from speaking out about what they consider a "politically motivated" prosecution.
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January 9, 1999 | ROBERT L. JACKSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In the criminal justice system, when a witness retracts a previous statement on grounds that it was a lie, the presumption of prosecutors nearly always is that the retraction represents the hard truth. This is especially so when the recantation raises doubts about the person's own credibility, as in the case of Julie Hiatt Steele, the onetime friend of Kathleen Willey. But Kenneth W. Starr's indictment of Steele, returned on Thursday, represents a twist of that principle, legal analysts say.
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March 27, 1999 | ROBERT L. JACKSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Cracks are appearing in independent counsel Kenneth W. Starr's case against Julie Hiatt Steele, one of the minor players in the Monica S. Lewinsky scandal, and the problems are casting doubt on Kathleen Willey's claim that President Clinton made an unwelcome sexual advance toward her in the White House.
NEWS
January 9, 1999 | ROBERT L. JACKSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In the criminal justice system, when a witness retracts a previous statement on grounds that it was a lie, the presumption of prosecutors nearly always is that the retraction represents the hard truth. This is especially so when the recantation raises doubts about the person's own credibility, as in the case of Julie Hiatt Steele, the onetime friend of Kathleen Willey. But Kenneth W. Starr's indictment of Steele, returned on Thursday, represents a twist of that principle, legal analysts say.
NEWS
June 12, 1998 | From Reuters
A friend of Kathleen E. Willey, the former White House volunteer who said President Clinton groped her, was called Thursday before the grand jury investigating presidential sex and perjury allegations. Julie Hiatt Steele was expected to be asked about a sworn statement she made in March in which she said Willey asked her to lie about the encounter with Clinton.
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