LEO 334:

Disclosure of Confidential Information.

September 18, 1979


Where a grand jury investigating an attorney's client requests material from the attorney that the attorney believes to be protected by the attorney-client privilege, the attorney should not release any material unless subpoenaed and compelled to by the court after the subpoena is questioned by the attorney in court. [See II: DR:4-101(C)(2).]


Committee Opinion September 18, 1979




See also LE Op. 967


LEO: Disclosure of Confidential Information, LE Op. 334 (1979)

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