Stamford BOE waives attorney-client privilege

The Stamford Board of Education has voted unanimously to waive attorney-client privilege into the ongoing investigation of the Stamford High School sex scandal. The vote came during last night's meeting.

News 12 Staff

Jan 9, 2015, 4:57 PM

Updated 3,454 days ago

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The Stamford Board of Education has voted unanimously to waive attorney-client privilege into the ongoing investigation of the Stamford High School sex scandal.
The vote came during last night's meeting.
Two administrators at the high school were accused of failing to report a sexual relationship between a teacher and a student.
Officials say waiving attorney-client privilege is rare, but would keep the investigation transparent among all parties involved.


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