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Criminal Practice — Attorney-Client Privilege – Prosecutor’s Questions – No Prejudice – Defendant’s Credibility (access required)

The trial court should have sustained defendant’s objection to the prosecutor’s questions about defendant’s communications with his lawyer; however, the questions were posed to impeach defendant’s credibility, and defendant had already admitted that he had lied to the police about what happened on the morning that his girlfriend’s young son passed away. Defendant had also ...

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