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E-mail and the Marital Communication Privilege

Memo to corrupt officials: do not send e-mails from your work computer to your spouse implicating yourself in bribery and extortion.  The Fourth Circuit has held that the defendant's acceptance of the office "nonprivacy" policy waived the privilege.  The opinion in United States v. Hamilton, No. 11-4847, is here.  Mike Scarcella has this story for the NLJ.

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