Clinton v. Jones Oral Arguments
The U.S. Supreme Court heard oral arguments in the case [Clinton v. Jones]. The audio recording of the proceedings is heard, with a picture… read more
The U.S. Supreme Court heard oral arguments in the case [Clinton v.
Jones]. The audio recording of the proceedings is heard, with a picture of each participant on the screen when they speak.
In the case, Ms. Paula Jones asserts that she was sexually
harassed by then Governor Clinton in a Little Rock hotel room while
attending a conference. During the arguments, the president’s
lawyer, Mr. Bennett, argued for a delay in the case and that it
should not go forward until President Clinton finishes his second
term in office. The Court eventually denied the request.
Mr. Felsenthal was interviewed about the oral arguments and the case. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
People in this video
- Robert S. Bennett Special Counsel (Former) Senate Select Ethics Committee
- Stephen G. Breyer Associate Justice U.S. Supreme Court
- Bruce Collins Vice President C-SPAN
- Gilbert Davis Attorney
- Walter E. Dellinger III Solicitor General (Acting) Department of Justice
- Edward Felsenthal Correspondent Wall Street Journal->Supreme Court
- Ruth Bader Ginsburg Associate Justice U.S. Supreme Court
- Anthony M. Kennedy Associate Justice U.S. Supreme Court
- Sandra Day O'Connor Associate Justice U.S. Supreme Court
- William H. Rehnquist Chief Justice U.S. Supreme Court
- Antonin Scalia Associate Justice U.S. Supreme Court
- David H. Souter Associate Justice U.S. Supreme Court
- John Paul Stevens Associate Justice U.S. Supreme Court
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