Independent Counsel Statute
Committee members heard testimony from members of Congress, former independent counsels and others on the reauthorization and amendment of… read more
Committee members heard testimony from members of Congress, former independent counsels and others on the reauthorization and amendment of the statute first passed by Congress in 1978 to authorize independent counsels for investigative purposes. House Resolution 892 proposes to change the law. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
People in this video
- Melvin Bryson Chief Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts->Administration
- David Clark Official General Accounting Office->Accounting and Financial Mgmt.
- Jay Dickey U.S. Representative [R] Arkansas
- Joseph E. diGenova Independent Counsel (Former) Office of the Independent Counsel
- John C. Keeney Assistant Attorney General (Acting) Department of Justice->Criminal Division
- Abner J. Mikva Counsel (Former) White House
- Theodore "Ted" B. Olson Assistant Attorney General Department of Justice
- Lawrence Walsh Independent Counsel Department of Justice
- Henry J. Hyde U.S. Representative [R] Illinois
- Bill McCollum Jr. U.S. Representative [R] Florida
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