Justice Delayed, Not DeniedThis opinion article reacts to a lawsuit by Paula Jones against President Bill Clinton for an alleged act of sexual harassment during his term as governor of Arkansas. The writer speculates whether Clinton's status as president grants him the right to immunity from a civil trial, given that such a trial would impact his image and the execution of his presidential duties. However, she concludes that he should not be granted immunity, because Jones deserves a fair trial and Clinton committed the alleged sexual crimes prior to his presidential term.
|Tags||national media, student publications|
|Subject||College student newspapers and periodicals, Mass media, Rape--Investigation, Rape--Law and legislation, Sex crimes|
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