Category Archives: Attorney Client Privilege

Federal Prison Accused of Recording Attorney/Inmate Meetings

  Cops and feds and numerous other law enforcement personnel are renowned for bending the law to suit them in TV shows and movies. And who could blame them – they are almost always the good guys onscreen, furiously hunting very bad guys who have to be stopped at all costs. In most cases, the […]

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Michigan Legal Ethics – May an Attorney Possess Evidence of a Client’s Criminal Activity?

Imagine a situation where a client commits an armed robbery. Knowing it would be very harmful if law enforcement conducts a lawful search of their home and finds the gun used in the robbery, the client gives the gun to their attorney for safekeeping. One might think it would be acceptable for the attorney to […]

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