By Stuart J. Moskovitz, Esq.
Even if you don’t like Trump….
I’ve posted this in Monmouth County News because similar actions have happened not just in Washington, but right out of Red Bank and concerns everyone in this County who believes that a free society should remain so.
We are a divided country. We are a polarized country. That polarization is posing one of the most serious internal dangers to our nation and our notions of democracy.
Like every other attorney, I have told my clients that whatever they tell me is absolutely privileged under the doctrine of attorney-client privilege. That doctrine exists in every state. It exists in the federal system. It is close to sacrosanct. There are extremely few exceptions and they require overcoming the highest burdens imaginable to breach. Read the rest of this entry »Posted: April 10th, 2018 | Author: admin | Filed under: Monmouth County News, Opinion, U.S. Constitution | Tags: Attorney-Client Privilege, Bill of Rights, FBI, Michael Cohen, Monmouth County News, Opinion, President Donald Trump, Stuart J. Moskovitz, The U.S. Constitution | 3 Comments »