Judge weighs appointing third party to sift through Michael Cohen's client documents

A New York federal judge said she would consider having a neutral third party decide which documents the FBI seized from President Trump’s personal lawyer should be protected by attorney-client privilege. District Judge Kimba Wood surprised some court-watchers even by saying she was open to that possibility in the dispute …

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