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A newly elected mayor was charged with tax fraud. The prosecutor served a trial subpoena directing the mayor’s attorney to produce private bank records that the mayor delivered to the attorney. The attorney refused the request. The prosecutor in a hearing then sought to compel compliance with the subpoena.
How should the court rule?Grading can be reviewed and adjusted.Grading can be reviewed and adjusted.
A man was sued for personal injury when his car hit an elderly woman at a crosswalk. After suit was filed, the man consulted an attorney regarding his defense. At trial, the plaintiff’s attorney called the consulting attorney who stated that because he advised the man to settle, the man said that he would obtain another lawyer. Counsel for the plaintiff then proposed to ask the consulting attorney whether the man had told him that he had been having trouble with his breaks the day of the accident.
On proper objection by the man’s attorney, how should the court rule regarding the consulting attorney’s proposed testimony?Grading can be reviewed and adjusted.Grading can be reviewed and adjusted.