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Topic - George Lyon
"Attorney-client privilege is invoked for communications between an attorney and client for legal advice," explained Mr. Lyon. "The mayor's claim of attorney-client privilege on correspondence relating to Gregory would mean he received legal advice from OAG. That would make sense only if he had a role in deciding whether to prosecute Gregory."
George Lyon, 59, one of the plaintiffs, said the wait for the case to be resolved has been frustrating — particularly as he has watched firearm cases in other states advance through other court systems.