Turnpike Agency Can't Claim Privilege, Pa. High Court Hears

Law360, Philadelphia (November 28, 2012, 6:06 PM EST) -- The Pennsylvania Office of Attorney General recently told the state’s high court that the Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission is not entitled to attorney-client privilege and that investigators should be granted access to computers and other material as part of a corruption inquiry.

In a brief filed last week, OAG officials say that because the PTC is an agency of the state government, it isn't entitled to claim attorney-client privilege as it attempts to block the office from accessing a laptop that had been in possession of an...
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