Miller Center

Fred Vinson

Speaker: Fred M. Vinson, Jr.
Date: November 26, 1968
Assistant Attorney General of the Criminal Division at the Department of Justice (1965-1969) discusses the functions of the Criminal Division of the Justice Department and specific issues in his experience of public career --- the Bail Reform Act, the President?s Crime Commission, the Safe Streets Act, the FBI and the secret service, electronic surveillance, Dr. Martin Luther King, urban disorders, draft dissent, and specific cases, among many others.