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Papers of Benjamin R. Civiletti   Tags: special collections  

A collection of papers, photographs, and publications of the Honorable Benjamin R. Civiletti from 1976-present including documents and correspondence from his tenure as Attorney General of the United States (1979-81).
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Audio from Fedorenko v. United States

Fedorenko v. United States, 1980 [via the Oyez Project]

Supreme Court of the United States, bench chatter before oral argument begins. In this section one of the Justices can be overheard saying "today I'll bet he wishes we televised arguments, so he could be on the six o'clock news and impress the Jews." AUDIO

Attorney General Civietti's opening remarks. AUDIO

Civiletti on the role of the special prosecutor law and the influence by Congress. Hastings College of Law, Attorneys General Forum, 1992. VIDEO

Civiletti on the influence of the President of the United States and political agendas on the work of the Attorney General. "The Independent Counsel Act: From Watergate to Whitewater and Beyond." Georgetown University School of Law, 1998. VIDEO


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