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We are in civil litigation against a party who has taken us

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We are in civil litigation against a party who has taken us for $187,000. They have provided several documents in discovery that incriminate them legally. Can I share them with the Attorney General's office?

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Documents produced by an opposing party in discovery are not confidential or privileged unless so ordered by the court or pursuant to a written non-disclosure agreement between the parties. Accordingly, if there is no such order or agreement, you are free to send these documents to the AG's office to seek that charges be pressed against the opposing party.

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