Monday, April 26, 2004

It seems my legal education continues apace. I would have thought that "lawyer client privilege" just means that exchanges between a lawyer and client can't be brought up as evidence in court. But no. It seems that what it really means is that lawyers and clients are entitled to total secrecy, even when the lawyer is saying that they believe the client's actions to be criminal. And at least if the client is Diebold voting systems.

Remember, their CEO is committed to "deliver ... votes" to Dubya in November...


Post a Comment

Subscribe to Post Comments [Atom]

<< Home