A federal appeals court has turned away Susan McDougal`s request that she be reimbursed $350,000 in legal bills she incurred during the Whitewater investigation. Susan McDougal was jailed for her refused to answer Independent Counsel Kenneth Starr`s questions about President Clinton and his wife Hillary. She was tried and acquitted on one count and the jury couldn`t decide on two others. Three judges from the US Court of Appeals ruled today that Congress had allowed reimbursement of legal fees for those who were investigated but not indicted -- NOT for those who were indicted and then acquitted. Earlier, McDougal was convicted of four felonies in the Whitewater land deal. Clinton later pardoned her.