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Judge Susan Webber Wright Throws Out Paula Jones Law Suit

Judge Susan Webber Wright has dismissed the lawsuit by Paula Corbin Jones against President Bill Clinton.

The full text of the order issued by Judge Wright is shown below.

Text of order issued by Judge Susan Webber Wright.

WrightThe plaintiff in this lawsuit, Paula Corbin Jones, seeks civil damages from William Jefferson Clinton, president of the United States, and Danny Ferguson, a former Arkansas state police officer, for alleged actions beginning with an incident in a hotel suite in Little Rock, Arkansas.

This case was previously before the Supreme Court of the United States to resolve the issue of presidential immunity but was remanded to this court following the Supreme Court’s determination that there is no constitutional impediment to allowing plaintiff’s case to proceed while the president is in office…. [Read more…]

Judge Wright’s Ruling in the Paula Jones Case

This is the text of the ruling by U.S. District Judge Susan Webber Wright in the Paula Jones case.

The ruling was given in Little Rock, Arkansas.

Ruling by US District Judge Susan Webber Wright.

Before the court is a motion by the United States, through the Office of the Independent Counsel (OIC), for limited intervention and stay of discovery in the case of Jones vs. Clinton. … The Court held a telephone conference on this motion on the morning of Jan. 29, 1998, during which the views of counsel for the plaintiff, counsel for the defendants and the OIC were expressed. Having considered the matter, the court hereby grants in part and denies in part OIC’s motion. [Read more…]