- Sep 24, 2008
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Wouldn't anything to do with Casey and her attorney be considered privileged? I don't think we would have the right to see anything between the two of them. I could be wrong though.
I would also think similar would apply to any mental evaluations she had done, both the ones earlier in the case and the one during the trial. Her right to medical/mental privacy is greater than our right to know. Again, could be wrong.
If I remember correctly the meetings between attorney/client in jail are video recorded but not audio recorded. I know he was warned by guards to not touch her on a few different occasions and I know he also filed a motion to not have videos of the two recorded. I could have sworn there was something brought up in court about how one of the videos looked bad for him.. but again, with so much information in the past 3 years I could be confroozzled..