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If someone gives their attorney self incriminating evidence,

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If someone gives their attorney self incriminating evidence, does the attorney have to turn it over to the state? Or does this fall under attorney client privilege ?
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This is protected by the attorney client privilege and he does not have to turm it over to the state.
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