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A labor complainant admits on the record to stealing documents protected under PHL 230 from the Department of Health. Information obtained from this theft is used by the Labor investigator in the investigation and determination. Despite the admission on the record of the crime no action has been taken by the hearing officer or the Labor attorney (as it would undo the case at hand). What are the proper steps in reporting this crime and the violation should the Labor attorney not fulfill his/her ethical and professional obligations on this matter? What can be done when a lawyer is so driven to win a case that they ignore the code of professional conduct that is very specific in this instance? Complaining to the ethics committee will not win this case. Any advice?