Manafort Attorney's Testimony And The Limits Of Privilege

Law360, New York (November 16, 2017, 1:52 PM EST) -- The unsealing of the indictment against Paul J. Manafort Jr. and Richard W. Gates III on Oct. 30, 2017, was a notable event in its own right — due to the significance of the charges and the facts allegedly supporting them, the political climate that gave context to the charges, the fact that the indictment is the first brought in the special counsel's office investigation to date, and the anticipation by many that more developments in the investigation are yet to come.[1] But equally intriguing — and perhaps more instructive for defense counsel and their clients — is the much less noted opinion...

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