attorney-client privilege

Failure to report more than $10,000 cash: felony under federal law

January 16, 2011
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A person who is self-employed would probably always prefer cash payment from customers over credit cards or personal checks. But the self-employed should be wary of federal laws concerning reporting cash payments. Intentional violation of cash reporting laws can result in felony charges. The federal government watches small business closely in a number of ways. […]

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Federal surveillance & recording of attorney-client conversations

October 13, 2010
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During the course of an investigation, the target of surveillance may be aware that he has been targeted by the Federal Bureau of Investigation and consult with an attorney. If the phone call to a lawyer is made from the same phone number that is being recorded, then a problem arises because the conversations between […]

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