WILL SHE HAVE HER DAY IN COURT ?

PAULA JONES MAY PRESENT A GOOD CASE AGAINST BILL CLINTON, BUT JUSTICES ARE LIKELY TO MAKE HER WAIT

The Clinton camp's public response to Paula Jones' sexual-harassment suit has been what could be called the "big-hair defense"--jokes about her working-class origins and bravado that this evangelist's daughter from Lonoke, Arkansas, could not possibly win a "he said, she said" dispute with the President of the United States. Former Clinton adviser James Carville wisecracked that if you "drag $100 bills through trailer parks, there's no telling what you'll find." Clinton lawyer Bob Bennett has dismissed the suit as "tabloid trash with a legal caption on it" and once boasted that in a trial he could win the case in 20...

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