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Supreme Court / Attorney-Client Privilege / Starr #180952

ABC Evening News for Monday, Jun 08, 1998
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) Supreme Court hearing on whether independent counsel Kenneth Starr should be given notes from the conversation between the late White House lawyer Vince Foster and his lawyer introduced.

(Supreme Court: Tim O'Brien) The issue of whether the attorney-client privilege extends beyond the grave examined; courtroom sketches shown while the arguments by Starr's representative and Foster attorney James Hamilton is outlined. [HAMILTON - comments on their privileged conversations.] [Independent counsel assistant Charles BAKALY - comments.] Statements from Anthony Kennedy and Joseph Scalia quoted. [ABA President Jerome SHESTACK - outlines the attorney-client issue after death.] (Artist: Bill Hennessy)

Jennings, Peter;
O'Brien, Tim

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