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Criminal – Interlocutory Appeal – Contempt Order – Lawyer’s Files (access required)

The 4th Circuit says it’s ironic that a lawyer under investigation for fraudulent billing of the West Virginia Public Defender Services has to comply with a district court’s order to produce documents for privilege review, in order to appeal her contempt citation for violating that order, but that is the procedural posture of this case ...

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