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Special Master Rules Half Of Cohen's Documents Are Privileged

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According to Business Insider, the special master overseeing the review of documents recovered from Michael Cohen determined nearly half of them are not protected by attorney-client privilege. Barbara Jones, a retired federal judge, has reviewed more than 7,100 documents, but she ruled 44-percent are not eligible for attorney-client privilege. But special master Jones are also ruled that more than 4,000 of those documents are protected by attorney-client privilege.

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