Conversations with your attorney are privileged, which means that your lawyer cannot be forced to reveal what you say. This is referred to as the attorney-client privilege. The privilege not only applies to the lawyer you hire to represent you but also applies to any lawyer you consult with when you are trying to find a lawyer. The reason for this privilege is to ensure that your lawyer knows everything about the situation so they can help you. There are benefits and limitations to this privilege as explained by experienced criminal defense attorney, Walter Reaves.

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