The Right to Total Privacy Between You and Your Criminal Defense Lawyer

Attorney-client confidentiality, also referred to as attorney-client privilege, is one of the pillars of practicing criminal defense law in America. If there’s no attorney-client privilege, then it will be hard for lawyers to work with clients. The client may not feel comfortable revealing private information about their actions or circumstances - information that could be critical to a case.Let’s examine these important ethics and confidentiality.
Contributor
Neal Davis
Houston, Texas
Criminal Law
713-227-4444

About
Houston, Texas criminal defense lawyer and founder of the Neal Davis Law Firm.