University of Texas, Tarlton Law Library

Guide to Select Watergate Court Documents, 1973-1974



Collection Summary

Creator Tarlton Law Library
Title Select Watergate Court Documents
Abstract The collection consists of court documents related to the Watergate tapes litigation.
Size 0.41 linear ft. (1 box).
Repository Special Collections, Tarlton Law Library, The University of Texas at Austin ,
727 E. Dean Keeton St., Austin, TX 78705-3224, (512) 471-7071

Contents of the Collection

The collection contains court documents related to the Watergate tapes litigation.


Restrictions

Use Restrictions

The collection and any reproductions of the collection are made available for the purposes of private study, scholarship, and research only.

Tarlton Law Library does not hold the copyright to the materials, unless it has been transferred to the library by the creator. It is the researcher's responsibility to determine the copyright status and to obtain permission from the copyright holder before publishing any materials from the collection.

Some collections may contain sensitive or confidential information protected under federal and state privacy laws. The researchers are encouraged to report any such information to staff.

The University of Texas at Austin is not responsible for violations of intellectual property rights and any other laws or for liability to any person for defamation or invasion of privacy that result from unauthorized use of the collection by the researcher.


Index Terms

Major Subjects
Watergate Affair, 1972-1974.

Administrative Information

Cite As

Select Watergate Court Documents, Tarlton Law Library, The University of Texas at Austin.

Acquisition Information

Compiled from materials held by Tarlton Law Library.


Detailed Description of the Collection

Select Watergate Court Documents, 1973-1974

box folder
Watergate 1 1 Brief in Opposition, In re grand jury subpoena duces tecum issued to Richard M. Nixon, or any other subordinate officer, official, or employee with custody or control of certain documents or objects , 1973, August 7.
2 Reply Brief, In re grand jury subpoena duces tecum issued to Richard M. Nixon, or any other subordinate officer, official, or employee with custody or control of certain documents or objects, 1973, August 17.
3 Brief of Petitioner, Richard M. Nixon, petitioner v. The Honorable John J. Sirica, respondent, and Archibald Cox, party in interest, 1973, September 10.
4 Brief of Petitioner, Richard M. Nixon, petitioner v. The Honorable John J. Sirica, respondent, and Archibald Cox, party in interest, 1973, September 10.
Copy 2.
5 Reply Brief of Richard M. Nixon, Richard M. Nixon, petitioner v. The Honorable John J. Sirica, respondent, and Archibald Cox, party in interest, 1973, September 19.
6 Reply Brief of Richard M. Nixon, Richard M. Nixon, petitioner v. The Honorable John J. Sirica, respondent, and Archibald Cox, party in interest, 1973, September 19.
Copy 2.
7 Brief of Richard Nixon in Opposition to Plaintiffs’ Motion for Summary Judgment, Senate Select Committee on Presidential Campaign Activities, suing in its own name and in the name of the United States, et al., plaintiffs, v. Richard M. Nixon, individually and as president of the United States, defendant, 1973, September 24.
8 Brief of Richard Nixon in Opposition to Plaintiffs’ Motion for Summary Judgment, Senate Select Committee on Presidential Campaign Activities, suing in its own name and in the name of the United States, et al., plaintiffs, v. Richard M. Nixon, individually and as president of the United States, defendant, 1973, September 24.
Copy 2.
9 Amended Answer, Senate Select Committee on Presidential Campaign Activities, suing in its own name and in the name of the United States, et al., plaintiffs, v. Richard M. Nixon, individually and as president of the United States, defendant, 1974, January 17.
10 Order, Senate Select Committee on Presidential Campaign Activities, suing in its own name and in the name of the United States, et al., plaintiffs, v. Richard M. Nixon, individually and as president of the United States, defendant, 1974, January 25.
11 Order, Senate Select Committee on Presidential Campaign Activities, suing in its own name and in the name of the United States, et al., plaintiffs, v. Richard M. Nixon, individually and as president of the United States, defendant, 1974, January 25.
12 Order, Senate Select Committee on Presidential Campaign Activities, suing in its own name and in the name of the United States, et al., plaintiffs, v. Richard M. Nixon, individually and as president of the United States, defendant, 1974, January 25.