The Law: Ehrlichman's Lib Lawyer

Since he has coast-to-coast legal troubles, it is no surprise that former Presidential Adviser John Ehrlichman has coast-to-coast lawyers. In Washington, his attorney is crusty, conservative John J. Wilson, 72, who took some of the heat off his client by lecturing Senate Watergate probers as if they were first-year law students. In Los Angeles, where Ehrlichman is charged with perjury and complicity in the office break-in of Daniel Ellsberg's psychiatrist, he has retained equally feisty Joseph A. Ball, 70. But Ball is no conservative; his selection by Ehrlichman is eloquent testimony to...

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