Attorney-Client Privilege Does Survive Death in Criminal Cases

October 1998
Supreme Court Debates;Oct98, Vol. 1 Issue 3, p92
Presents information on the scope of the attorney-client privilege in the U.S. law as of October 1998. Argument by the independent counsel regarding the privilege; Effect of the privilege on Glover v. Patten case; Criticism of the privilege by commentators on the law.


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