Judicial Nomination Process

GUESTS: N. Lee Cooper Past President, American Bar Association [1996-1997] There are nearly one hundred judicial vacancies in our federal courts, stalling many criminal and civil cases awaiting trial. President Clinton has accused Senate Republicans of a partisan campaign to block his nominations to the Federal bench. Republicans argue the President's choices are too liberal. Join Ray Suarez for a look at partisan politics in the judicial nomination process.

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