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Radzinschi / ALM The FBI search of Trump attorney Michael Cohen’s office triggered widespread speculation about the contours of the crime-fraud exception to the attorney-client privilege. But don’t look to the U.S. Supreme Court for much enlightenment. Four years ago, the justices passed on an opportunity to fill in the blanks left open by the court’s last substantive ruling on the crime-fraud exception—the  1989 decision in United States v. Zolin. Communication between a lawyer and a client that is intended to further a crime or fraud is not protected by the

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