“Think Again”, Cabinet Told

Cabinet must “think again” when attempting to recruit Canada’s 27,000 law firms as federal agents in combating money-laundering, attorneys say. The Government of Canada had no comment after the Supreme Court struck down a 2001 law allowing federal agents to scrutinize lawyers’ client lists in the hunt for suspected criminals: ‘Lawyers are not agents for the state’.

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