Just Becasue Your PI Finds the Goods Doesn’t Mean You Won’t Be In Trouble

The Family Law Professor’s Blog reported on this case today following yet another N.Y. Times article. Detective Anthony Pellicano was indicted in February following a long investigation which is including more than one divorce lawyer in its net. One of the allegations is that the lawyer received wiretapping information from the detective. Moral of the story: Don’t let your P.I. do anything you couldn’t ethically do yourself.

The Family Law Professor’s Blog reported on this case today following yet another N.Y. Times article. Detective Anthony Pellicano was indicted in February following a long investigation which is including more than one divorce lawyer in its net. One of the allegations is that the lawyer received wiretapping information from the detective. Moral of the story: Don’t let your P.I. do anything you couldn’t ethically do yourself.

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