THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Saturday, February 16, 1974
THE MICHIGAN DAILY Saturday, February 16, 1974
Legality of Dean's
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of the cover-up from Dean onr
Gesell said he did not believe1
Chapin's rights were harmed by
[Jaworski's TV remarks, but her
nevertheless chided the special!
Watergate prosecutor, remarkingj
"I urge you to stay off these
'catch as catch can' type shows."
j"It seems to me you should~
have the good sense to keep your-1
self off these talk shows," thet
judge told the past president of
both the American Bar and
American Trial Lawyers associa-
JAWORSKI remarked that hisE
comments on ABC's "Issues and
Answers" in support of Dean's
veracity were a repetition of what
prosecutors had said in court pre-
But he said he would exercise
"the greatest care" in the future,.
then added, "A tremendous
amount of publicity made it ap-
pear that a concerted effort was
being made to destroy a govern-
Meanwhile, another federal;
judge yesterday denied a request
by former Nixon Administration
cabinet officers John Mitchell and
Maurice Stans to transfer their ob-
struction of justice trial to Missis-
THE DECISION by Judge Leej
Gagliardi, who will preside at the
trial in Manhattan Federal Court,
cleared the way for the start of
the trial next Tuesday.
In addition, it was revealed yes-
terday that major Watergate in-
dictments have been delayed until
a jury is sequestered in the trial
of Mitchell and Stans.
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"The grand jury is ready to go
at any time," a source in the Wat-
ergate prosecutor's office told
UPI. "But the indictments are be-
ing held up until a jury is select-
ed in the Mitchell-Stans trial."
While not directly confirming the
report, a spokesman for Jaworski
said, "It is unlikely that we would
be doing anything while the jury is
being selected up there. We have
been told it wtill not take more
than three or four days."
Mitchell and Stans go on trial
on conspiracy and perjury charges
in connection with an alleged il-
legal $200,000 campaign contribu-
tion from fugitive financier Rob-
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