The ACLU was launched at a party given for Roger Baldwin upon his release from prison for draft evasion
This stance led to their arrest; a judge convicted sixty-three of them of draft evasion
and sentenced them to three years in a federal prison.
In one such instance, a court of general jurisdiction in Kemerovo District in the East of Russia heard a case of a young man who had been charged with draft evasion
21 (Presidents Day), President Clinton pardoned Preston King for King's draft evasion
conviction in 1961.
Unfortunately, governments may not be too willing to help draft dodgers improve their lives: Officially treating draft dodgers as legitimate victims of their governments would be an international declaration that in certain cases draft evasion
may be completely justifiable.
The ritual anointment of Bill Clinton as the Democratic presidential candidate, so rudely interrupted by charges of infidelity and draft evasion
, has resumed with lavish pomp.
Transcripts of the wiretap surveillance of Corcoran (conducted by the Truman administration from 1945 to 1947) show how Fortas teamed up with him to work the squeeze play on a financier trying to avoid prosecution for draft evasion