Mr. Chotiner's Clients

May 1956
New Republic;5/21/56, Vol. 134 Issue 21, p3
Focuses on the relationship of Murray Chotiner, a lawyer and campaign manager of U.S. vice president Richard Nixon, with some clients, who have been alleged for having criminal records. Refusal of Chotiner before a Senate investigating committee to discuss the relationship in detail; Argument of Chotiner that the client-lawyer discussion are confidential and need not to be revealed; Blame on Chotiner for having relations with Abe Parzow, a payoff man for gangsters, and Jules de Haan, a Buick dealer under indictment; Inquiry by a journal for the relationship between Chotiner and Macro Reginelli, a rank-and-file member of mafia; Role played by Chotinet in deportation case of Reginelli; Suspicion whether Nixon has been familiar with activities of Chotiner.


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