Monday, July 16, 2007
Washington Post here.
New York Times here.
LATimes (AP) here.
Wall Street Jrl here.
Appellate Law & Practice here
Some others are listed on TaxProfBlog here.
Martin S. (Marty) Pinales, president of the National Association
of Criminal Defense Lawyers (NACDL), issued the following statement:
"Whenever the government uses underhanded tactics or coercion to drive a
wedge between a citizen and his counsel, it undermines the truth-seeking
process. Only when government investigations and prosecutions are conducted
fairly and within the bounds of the Constitution can there be public
confidence in the outcome of a case."