Brief filed: 04/18/2017
Grubbs v. Safir
S.D.N.Y.; Case No. 92-CV-2132 (GBD)
The Sixth Amendment guarantees open and uninhibited attorney-client communications. The pre-arraignment consultation between attorney and client is a critical meeting with broad consequences. The presence of cameras in attorney-client consultation booths prevents free and open communication in violation of the Sixth Amendment and the settlement order. There is no justification for the presence of cameras in attorney-client consultation booths.
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