US v. ANDERSON, 01-2933, 01-2934
Appellant failed to show proper support for tenuous claim that he shared confidences with his counsel in a prior state action, which counsel may have related to one of his other clients (now appellant's co-conspirators), who may have shared them while cooperating with federal authorities in appellant's conviction.
- Argued 04/11/2002
- Decided 05/03/2002
- Published 05/03/2002
- TERENCE T. EVANS, Circuit Judge., Before CUDAHY, DIANE P. WOOD, and EVANS, Circuit Judges.
- United States Seventh Circuit
- For Appellant:
- James M. Cutchin (argued), George A. Norwood, Office of the U.S. Atty., Benton, IL, for United States in No. 01-2933., Robert A. Handelsman (argued), Chicago, IL, for William A. Anderson., George A. Norwood (submitted), Office of the U.S. Atty., Benton, IL, for United States in No. 01-2934., Chaka M. Patterson, Jenner & Block, Chicago, IL, for Bryan S. Garrett.