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"In today's world, people commonly discuss their most private and important matters by email," his attorney, Jeffrey Lake, wrote. "As such, allowing defendants' experts to search though and read all of Ceglia's emails since 2003 undoubtedly will give them a view of matters far outside the scope of this litigation and far inside Ceglia's private life, a view to which no one is entitled and that is protected from government prying by the most sacred components of the Constitution."
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