subpoenaed appellees, who moved to quash the subpoenas, claiming
that the Act's independent counsel provisions were unconstitutional
and that appellant accordingly had no authority to proceed.
district court upheld the Act's constitutionality, denied the
motions, and later ordered that appellees be held in contempt for continuing
to refuse to comply with the subpoenas.
Court of Appeals reversed, holding that the Act
violated the Constitution.