Schema-Root.org logo

 

  cross-referenced news and research resources about

 Leonard Garment

Schema-Root.org logo
images:  google   yahoo YouTube
spacer

updated Tue. October 18, 2016 reload page to refresh

-
Indeed, in late 1971 Attorney General John Mitchell, soon to head the re-election committee, and White House Chief of Staff H. R. "Bob" Haldeman concluded that G. Gordon Liddy should be hired to lead an espionage program against the Democrats.
In fact, the Rich legal team viewed Hillary as a "secret weapon," and as one door after another closed on their search for a pardon they focused more and more on invoking what Rich lawyer Robert Fink called the "HRC option." Who is Marc ... Humiliated ...

Leonard Garment, an influential Washington lawyer and lobbyist representing two men who had been tortured in Saudi jails, tried to persuade Congress to amend the law to allow them to sue.
Leonard Garment, an influential Washington lawyer and lobbyist representing two men who had been tortured in Saudi jails, tried to persuade Congress to amend the law to allow them to sue.
In his acceptance speech, Nixon talked about law and order, still a favorite Republican trope, and about getting a new, tougher Attorney General, but Manafort may find more promising material in Nixon's 1968 campaign ads, one of which expertly ...
The National Jazz Museum was founded in 1997 by Leonard Garment, who was both counsel to President Nixon and a professional jazz musician.

While he did have Jews working for him (William Safire, Leonard Garment and Henry Kissinger) Nixon's anti-Semitic comments are a matter of public record.
Nixon's special counsel, Leonard Garment, tried to craft a strategy consistent with both the courts' interpretations of the law and Nixon's political needs.
Leonard Garment, a litigator at the firm, told the New Yorker that when Nixon moved to New York to work at the firm, he "wanted to get to a place where he wouldn't be expected to do anything.
Nixon's special counsel, Leonard Garment, tried to craft a strategy consistent with both the courts' interpretations of the law and Nixon's political needs.
(b) The Attorney General by regulation has conferred upon the Special Prosecutor unique tenure and authority to represent the United States and has given the Special prosecutor explicit power to contest the invocation of executive privilege in seeking ...
Nixon's special counsel, Leonard Garment, tried to craft a strategy consistent with both the courts' interpretations of the law and Nixon's political needs.
about the late Attorney General John Mitchell, when, in fact, Mitchell's case was still under adjudication. Mitchell was indeed guilty, guilty, guilty, but you could see where his lawyers might take exception to ... In discussing the Watergate tapes ...
One of Nixon's Jewish advisors, attorney Leonard Garment, was tasked with looking over documentary film footage about Agnew that had been shot on the Bahia grounds by a hapless and unnamed interviewer.
about the late Attorney General John Mitchell, when, in fact, Mitchell's case was still under adjudication. Mitchell was indeed guilty, guilty, guilty, but you could see where his lawyers might take exception to ... In discussing the Watergate tapes ...
One of Nixon's Jewish advisors, attorney Leonard Garment, was tasked with looking over documentary film footage about Agnew that had been shot on the Bahia grounds by a hapless and unnamed interviewer.

FILE - In this Dec. 18, 1986 file photo, Oliver North is sworn in on Capitol Hill in Washington prior to testifying before the House Foreign Affairs Committee.
They said the papers had the initials of Vince Foster, the deputy White House counsel who committed suicide, but that they didn't believe the files were related to Whitewater.
A look at what's gone but not forgotten: INTERROGATION TAPES. In June 2005, a federal judge ordered the Bush administration to safeguard "all evidence and information regarding the torture, mistreatment, and abuse of detainees now at the United States ...
While he did have Jews working for him (William Safire, Leonard Garment and Henry Kissinger) Nixon's anti-Semitic comments are a matter of public record.
Nixon had moved to New York after his failed campaign for governor of California, and Leonard Garment, his new law partner, called Moynihan's remarks to his attention.


spacer

 


 


 


 


 


schema-root.org

  career
   lawyers
     leonard garment

Lawyers:
     abram chayes
     alan grayson
     alex bourelly
     constitutional
     human rights
     jack quinn
     jameel jaffer
     james lyons
     leonard garment
     lloyd cutler
     lynne stewart
     mary jo white
     michael ratner
     philippe sands
     prosecutors
     robert luskin
     shereef akeel
     specialists
     tom wilner