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Criminal – Sixth Amendment – Lawyer Conversation – Immigration Fraud

Although a lawyer and his law firm already were indicted on charges of immigration fraud, recorded conversations with the lawyer initiated by two government witnesses after the indictment did not violate the lawyer’s Sixth Amendment right to counsel, the 4th Circuit says, because the conversations related to additional charges of witness tampering.
U.S. v. Mir (USCA) (VLW 008-2-080) (12 pp.)

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