If after pleading the fifth and seeking an attorney during an investigation .
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What you're alleging is very serious and you should make very sure that you are correct about it and not simply seeing something that isn't there based upon an outcome you didn't like. That being said, if it's true, you should report the attorneys involved to the Florida Bar.
These are pretty serious charges (bribery and collusion to deny rights to a fair trial) that if true could get the attorney and prosecutor disbarred, and possibly sent to jail.
However, it may be part paranoia, speculation, and misunderstandings of what actually happened. In the process of discovery lots of information is shared to see what points the sides agree on so that the court time is conserved for the matters in dispute. If all of your paperwork was public record, it may have been more efficient to get copies of your stuff to the prosecutor.
Every legal matter is fact specific, and there are often nuances in every case. This is intended for comment only, and does not create an attorney client relationship.
Yes..... If...... then what? Is there a question here?
IF your lawyer did this then your lawyer violated virtually every oath that s/he took to become a lawyer and should not be practicing law.
Any lawyer who violated the sanctity of the attorney-client relationship in such a flagrant and unforgivable manner mars the entire legal profession and would almost certainly be disbarred.
IF your question is accurate then that lawyer should be reported to the Florida Bar for discipline.
Following is the website for the Florida Bar and link to assist with the filing of a Bar complaint. Before you do so, however, recognize that your allegations are most serious and, if you cannot prove them, then you are better advised not to make the allegation.
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