Clinton v Jones

Clinton v Jones - Clinton v. Jones 1997 I. Facts a. Paula...

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Unformatted text preview: Clinton v. Jones 1997 I. Facts a. Paula Corbin Jones sued President Bill Clinton. She alleged that while she was an Arkansas state employee, she suffered several "abhorrent" sexual advances from then Arkansas Governor Clinton. Jones claimed that her continued rejection of Clinton's advances ultimately resulted in punishment by her state supervisors. Following a District Court's grant of Clinton's request that all matters relating to the suit be suspended, pending a ruling on his prior request to have the suit dismissed on grounds of presidential immunity, Clinton sought to invoke his immunity to completely dismiss the Jones suit against him. While the District Judge denied Clinton's immunity request, the judge ordered the stay of any t rial in the matter until after Clinton's Presidency. On appeal, the Eighth Circuit affirmed the dismissal denial but reversed the t rial deferment ruling since it would be a "functional equivalent" to an unlawful grant of temporary presidential immunity.temporary presidential immunity....
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