Historical and Constitutional Standards
Constitutional scholars testified on behalf of President Clinton arguing that the allegations of perjury and obstruction of justice did not rise to the level of an impeachable offense because there was no intent to harm the state.
People in this video
Bruce Ackerman Professor Yale University->Law School
- Samuel Beer Professor Emeritus Harvard University
Gregory B. Craig Special Counsel White House
Henry J. Hyde U.S. Representative [R] Illinois
Nicholas Katzenbach Attorney General (Former) Department of Justice
Sean Wilentz Professor Princeton University->History Department
- House Judiciary CommitteeHouse Judiciary Committee
Republican Counsel Presentation
Mr. Schippers presented the majority opinion by recounting the events of President Clinton’s relationship with Monica Lewinsky. He…
Senator Lieberman commented on the upcoming vote in the House on the impeachment of President Clinton and answered…
Members debated four articles of impeachment against President Clinton.
Impeachment Inquiry Pt. 1
The House Judiciary Committee met to determine whether it would forward articles of impeachment to the full House.…