Seems Like Old Times . . .

The Keating Five hearings are probably giving Capitol Hill veterans a sense of deja vu. The familiar faces lurking near the witness table prove the maxim that there's nothing like a good scandal to bring lawyers out of the woodwork. Principal witness Edwin Gray was represented by Leonard Garment, who served as Richard Nixon's chief counsel throughout Watergate and advised Robert McFarlane during the Iran-contra fallout. Charles Ruff and Jim Hamilton, who are defending Senators John Glenn and Dennis DeConcini, respectively, served in the Watergate special prosecutor's office. Two lawyers besides Garment have hit the scandal triple crown. Senator Don Riegle...

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