Moving quickly, the U.S. Court of Appeals Friday agreed to consider this month the legal dispute on whether presidential aide Bruce Lindsey and three Secret Service employees can be compelled to testify in the Monica Lewinsky investigation.
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The order Friday by the appeals court comes a day after the Supreme Court refused to make an emergency intervention and resolve the dispute. The justices, however, urged the appeals court to move "expeditiously."
The appeals court arguments will be held the same week that Starr asked the Supreme Court to hear arguments on an emergency basis.
Written by Larry Margasak