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Defendant Waived Privilege in Notebook (access required)

A psychiatrist under investigation for unlawful drug distribution waived any attorney-client privilege as to the contents of a Notebook he gave to a grand jury witness who shared it with federal prosecutors, and the government’s trial team did not review the contents of the Notebook; an Abingdon U.S. District Court adopts the magistrate judge’s report ...

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