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Lets pretend I broke a law and even committed a felony and I had been shopping around for attorneys. I visited 4 attorneys before I finally settled on the right one. That means that up to 5 attorneys know of my situation and potential crime. My question is: What is stopping the police from tracking who I am talking to and simply subpoenaing the attorneys I have spoke to for more information? Also, what is stopping the police from searching my email or phone records to see what my attorney and I are discussing? I understand an attorney and be compelled to waive their attorney/client privilege under a grand jury. If that is the case, what is the point of the privilege in the first place? Why not just have a detective stand in on my meetings with my attorney?