TBA Law Blog

Posted by: Katharine Heriges on Jan 31, 2019
Death threats and a handful of evidence leaks in a 55-person gang racketeering conspiracy case have Hamilton County prosecutors asking defense attorneys and their clients to sign confidentiality agreements, The Times Free Press reports. The agreements must be reached in order for the defense to get certain pieces of sealed evidence, and if defense attorneys want to leave documents with clients for them to review, they must first redact specific information.