351Nov 19, 1998
Impeachment Inquiry Pt. 2
The committee met to determine whether it would forward articles of impeachment to the full House. Members questioned Independent Counsel Starr about his decision to refer charges of perjury ...
322Nov 19, 1998
Impeachment Inquiry Pt. 3
The committee met to determine whether it would forward articles of impeachment to the full House. Mr. Kendall, representing the president, questioned Independent Counsel Starr closely on ...
254Nov 19, 1998
Impeachment Inquiry Pt. 1
The committee met to determine whether it would forward articles of impeachment to the full House. Independent Counsel Starr testified that President Clinton had committed perjury on several ...
197May 21, 1998
Privacy Rights of Public Figures
Committee members heard from members and representatives of the Screen Actors Guild as well as members of the press regarding the rights of privacy as they pertain to public figures. They ...
160May 13, 1997
FBI Crime Lab Part 1
The subcommittee heard testimony on the operations of the FBI Crime Lab, the quality of its work, and FBI admissions that forensic mistakes were made during some investigations. Agent-scientist ...
156Mar 11, 1997
Late Term Abortion Ban
Members heard testimony concerning the need for and execution of a certain type of abortion procedure. This hearing was held partially in response to the admission by a pro-choice advocate that ...
153Nov 9, 1998
Historical Impeachment Review, Pt. 1
The subcommittee heard opening statements from legal experts and historians on the interpretation and history of impeachment in the U.S. During his statement, subcommittee member Rep. Inglis ...
148Dec 12, 1998
Impeachment Article IV Amendment and Debate
Members debated the fourth article of impeachment against President Clinton charging him with abuse of power for offering “perjurious, false and misleading” answers to 81 questions posed ...
132Oct 5, 1998
Impeachment Inquiry Authorization Hearing, 1
In the first portion of the day’s hearing, committee members delivered statements referring to the Constitution and to alleged impeachable offenses by President Clinton. Chairman Hyde ...
124Oct 16, 1997
Colombian Drug Cartels in the U.S.
The subcommittee heard testimony from a convicted former member of a Colombian drug cartel, whose identity was concealed. He talked about his role in the Colombian drug cartel and influence it ...
123Dec 1, 1998
Consequences of Perjury and Related Crimes
Nine military officers, federal judges, and legal scholars testified about whether or not the president’s attempt to conceal his sexual misconduct would meet the constitutional requirement for ...
119Dec 11, 1998
Articles of Impeachment, I-III
Members debated and voted on three articles of impeachment against President Clinton, two for perjury and one for obstruction of justice. All three articles passed generally along party lines, ...
114Dec 10, 1998
Republican Counsel Presentation
Mr. Schippers presented the majority opinion by recounting the events of President Clinton’s relationship with Monica Lewinsky. He argued that the events displayed a pattern of lies, ...
108Nov 9, 1998
Historical Impeachment Review, Pt. 3
Subcommittee members heard testimony from a second panel of legal experts on the history and interpretation of impeachment.
96Dec 8, 1998
Historical and Constitutional Standards
Constitutional scholars testified on behalf of President Clinton arguing that the allegations of perjury and obstruction of justice did not rise to the level of an impeachable offense because there ...
88Oct 5, 1998
Impeachment Inquiry Authorization Hearing, 2
Following a break in the day’s hearing, the committee majority and minority counsels presented their cases. Mr. Schippers outlined fifteen potentially impeachable offenses by ...
83Dec 9, 1998
Presidential Counsel Presentation
Mr. Ruff testified on behalf of President Clinton arguing that while the president’s testimony under oath may have been misleading it was truthful. He contended that impeachment was ...
82Dec 10, 1998
Committee Members' Statements
Members presented opening statements about four articles of impeachment being considered by the committee. The Republican majority argued that the president should be impeached because he had, ...
77Dec 10, 1998
Democratic Counsel Presentation
Mr. Lowell presented the minority opinion saying that the alleged lies by President Clinton did not rise to the level of an impeachable offense. He painted a picture of a president ...
68Dec 9, 1998
Standards for Obstruction of Justice
Panelists testified on behalf of President Clinton arguing that the allegations of perjury were so weak that they would not stand a chance of being heard in a criminal court setting. They ...
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