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Default Ian Brady dead

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I can only hope his lawyers now reveal anything he told them. They are not legally bound anymore are they?


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I can only hope his lawyers now reveal anything he told them. They are not legally bound anymore are they?


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I know that in Australia it generally survives death, so I assume it does in England too.
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Basically because the "right" belongs to the client not the lawyer and when he is dead he can't waive it.
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Truly evil people are rare, but I think that he was one of them.
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Basically because the "right" belongs to the client not the lawyer and when he is dead he can't waive it.
But nor can he dispute a claim that it was waived before death.
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But nor can he dispute a claim that it was waived before death.
Ahhh but the onus is on the lawyer to show it was waived, and the question I was addressing was along the lines of "does privilege survive death?"
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