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Topic - W. Neil Eggleston
"If the executive and legislative branches of government are unable to reach agreement, we urge the Senate not to use Ms. Taylor as the focus of the constitutional struggle," he said.
"It is unfair to [Sara] Taylor that this constitutional struggle might be played out with her as the object of an unseemly tug of war," W. Neil Eggleston, Ms. Taylor's attorney, wrote in a letter to Sen. Patrick J. Leahy, Vermont Democrat and chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee.