Court "Outraged" after Lawyer Eavesdrops on Privileged Conversations - Presnell on Privileges
A former Indiana prosecutor surreptitiously listened to not one—but two—conversations between criminal defendants and their attorneys. Despite self-reporting and claiming lack of prejudice, the Indiana Supreme Court determined the prosecutor’s misconduct violated PR Rules 4.4(a) (violating third-person’s rights) and 8.4(d) (conduct prejudicial to the administration of justice), and imposed aKeep Reading this POP Post