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The Buried Bodies Case




The Buried Bodies Case, also known as the Lake Pleasant Bodies Case, was a New York court case in the mid-1970s in which lawyers Frank Armani and Francis Belge, citing attorney-client privilege, refused to disclose the location of the bodies of two people murdered by their client, Robert Garrow. Armani and Belge did not disclose the identity of the bodies but it was assumed they were two girls missing from the area at that time.

Buried Bodies Case - Wikipedia

attorney-client privilegeの例として、法学関係の授業でも取り上げられるほど有名な事件らしい。