03847A_14227: Watergate: Impeachment, Reference Material

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in a matter clearly beyond its jurisdiction or power.

For House or Senate to even enlist the aid of the court in ancillary matters--e.g., the production of testimony--would be to invite further court intervention in an area particularly assigned to Congress by the Constitution.

If Congress would control impeachment, as was intended by the Constitution, it must not look elsewhere for instruction or help as to its powers.

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TRIALS IN WHICH SENATORSWERE EXCUSED, AND REASONS THEREFOR

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TRIAL JOINED SENATE SINCE TRIAL BEGAN ABSENT FROM ALL OR PART OF TRIAL CONFLICT/PERSONAL TRIAL WITNESS VOTED ON IMPEACHMENT IN HOUSE EXCUSED FROM OR OBJECTED TO VOTING ON SPECIFIC ARTICLES WANT OF JURISDICTION OTHER
Pickering --- --- --- --- 2 - Dayton & White --- --- 3 - Armstrong, Bradley, Stone

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Memorandum I on the Effect of the End of a Congress and Start of a New Congress on a Pending Impeachment Proceeding

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