Alan Dershowitz: We need a new law to protect lawyer-client communications

The raid on President Trump’s lawyer dramatically demonstrates the need for new legislation to assure that no FBI agents or U.S. attorneys ever get to read privileged communications between a lawyer and a client, a doctor and patient, a priest and penitent, or a husband and wife.

Read more:

Similar news

How crowdsourcing shipping through technology will make last mile delivery cheaper (AMZN) 0 0 0
College star's shoe exploded as NBA seems poised to let players go pro at 18 0 0 0
Berkeley Hate Attack Update: Police Identify Suspect in Hate Attack on Trump Supporter 0 0 0
THE IDENTITY VERIFICATION IN BANKING REPORT: How banks should use new authentication methods to boost conversions and keep their customers loyal 0 0 0
Cohen said to be providing new information to feds 0 0 0
Corey Lewandowski bizarrely rambles about Dunkin' Donuts to avoid answering whether he helped with Sessions ouster 0 0 0
R. Kelly's lawyer says 'I think all the women are lying' as the singer is arrested in Chicago on sexual-abuse charges involving 4 women 0 0 0
Michael Steele: Alleged Domestic Terrorist White Nationalist Hasson Is Trump's 'People' 0 0 0
Comedian Brody Stevens Dies at 48 0 0 0
Full Show - Feds Investigate Possible Dem/Fox Connection To Smollett Hate Crime Hoax - 02/22/2019 0 0 0