I started to pose this question on the Verified Attorney thread, but was afraid it might start to derail it, so I opted to open a new one. Back in March, Texas Mist posted a link to Dominic Casey's motion to strike, motion for protective order and motion for attorney fees. (drafted by DC counsel Dianna Tennis) in the "Dominic is scared, but why?...." thread. http://i2.cdn.turner.com/cnn/2009/images/09/16/exhibit.c.pdf Paragraph 5 makes it clear that at some point Dominic consulted with Cheney Mason in re. fighting the subpoena to testify in the civil case (ZG v. Casey Anthony). In fact, Cheney Mason placed a call to Morgan & Morgan on behalf of DC. It is not clear that he was ever retained. (Although, it doesn't really matter since anything DC told CM would still be considered privleged.) At the time, I posted my thoughts in the thread, but since Mason has now joined the criminal defense team, I am having second thoughts. (the conversation I am referencing is in the "Dominic is scared..." thread and starts on pg. 20, post#'s 483 - 490) Since we don't know WHAT could have been uncovered in the SA's investigative interview (aka depo) that may or may not have taken place, this seems dangerously close to being a conflict of interest, imo. I could be totally wrong. No idea. It just smells to me. Does anyone else know of any other documentation in that connects Mason & DC?