JUSTICE: For Contempt

Influence Peddler Henry ("The Dutchman") Grunewald finally came up for sentencing in Washington last week for his contemptuous refusal to answer the questioning of congressional investigators (TIME, April 27). Federal Judge Alexander Holtzoff, in a surprising aside, noted that Grunewald had been in contempt of Congress partly because of bad legal advice, fined him $1,000, added a go-day jail term, suspended it, and then put him on probation for a year.


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