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Scotus: Vince Foster
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Scotus: Vince Foster

Scotus: Vince Foster

Scotus: Vince Foster
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NPR Legal Affairs Correspondent Nina Totenberg reports that the Supreme Court ruled today that attorney-client privilege continues even after a client has died. The case concerned whether the attorney for the late Vincent Foster, the deputy White House counsel who committed suicide in 1993, could be compelled to disclose to the Whitewater grand jury information from his conversations with Foster.

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