U.S. Court Suppresses Evidence Based on Attorney Misconduct

A U.S district court in Los Angeles suppressed incriminating statements made by a defendant in a prosecution alleging impropriety in a company’s granting of stock options. In the case of U.S. v. Ruehle, et al., the court found that the attorneys representing Broadcom Corporation and its CFO William Ruehle had violated the attorney client privilege. […]