The lawyer for Deputy White House Counsel Bruce Lindsey says that he broke a $30,000 campaign withdrawal into four smaller checks in order to avoid attracting politically embarrassing attention during the final days of then-Gov. Clinton's re-election drive. Attorney Allen Snyder said Lindsey had no intention of hiding the transaction from the government, which requires banks to report all cash deposits or withdrawals of $10,000 or more to the IRS. Whitewater prosecutorshave suggested that Lindsey's actions may have been part of a criminal conspiracy. Arkansas banker Neil Ainley has already pleaded guilty to charges he failed to report the transaction to the IRS.