Lawyer is accused of getting opposing counsel’s trial questions from emails hacked by client

These kinds of allegations are not what they mean when they call Missouri the “Show Me” state:

“The Missouri Supreme Court is scheduled to hear arguments this month in an ethics case against a lawyer accused of using information obtained by his divorce client by guessing his wife’s email password…Ethics officials say [the lawyer] saw two documents obtained by his client: a payroll document for the client’s wife and a list of direct examination questions prepared by the wife’s attorney for the upcoming divorce trial.”

Read: Lawyer is accused of getting opposing counsel’s trial questions from emails hacked by client at the American Bar Association

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