Moving at a rapid pace, the Senate Judiciary Committee on Tuesday morning heard testimony from Thomas Griffith, the third of a dozen controversial appeals court nominees sent to the Senate by President George W. Bush last month.

Griffith, the general counsel of Brigham Young University and previously the Senate legal counsel during the Bill Clinton impeachment, is a well-known figure in the Senate and one whose nomination to the influential U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit should have been relatively uncomplicated.

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