Former President Bill Clinton has paid a $25,000 fine that was part of a sanction in which his Arkansas law license was suspended for five years, reports the Associated Press. The amount was covered by a personal check dated March 21, an attorney for the state told the news service. On his last day in office, Jan. 19, Clinton had struck a deal with independent counsel Robert W. Ray, who had been investigating whether or not to charge the chief executive with crimes such as perjury and obstruction of justice because of his sworn testimony about his relationship with White House intern Monica Lewinsky. The agreement ended any criminal liability for Clinton.
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