As someone else postulated, there probably wasn't anything in the SW to help FW or RN's case. It was a trick defense attorneys may have used to get them to drop charges or similar. Defense probably assumes any search warrant used for FW's house is going to include information about the investigation, evidence, etc. related to the Rhoden murders and the W4. They assume prosecution doesn't want that out before the trial, so they request a copy of it. The other theory is that the SW gave LE access to FW's computer and all related activities. Defense wants to snoop, but knows prosecution won't let them. JMO, we can safely assume other defense teams will go after it, too, along with other SWs. They probably think there's evidence LE found that hasn't yet been publicly discussed. The W4 defense strategy sounds like they want to throw out a lot of chaff - hence FW's assertions that Rhodens were killed by the "cartel" or "terrorists". ETA: I doubt there were moles or anyone sharing info. Seems it would be a common tactic for defense atty's to go after SW's knowing prosecution doesn't want them revealed right away if other trials are involved.