District attorney and grand jury prohibited from questioning attorney regarding matters he learned for client or issuing subpoena for work done by attorney for client. During a grand jury proceeding, the district attorney and the grand jurors shall not:
1. Question an attorney or his employee regarding matters which he has learned during a legitimate investigation for his client.
2. Issue a subpoena for the production of the private notes or other matters representing work done by the attorney or his employee regarding the legal services which the attorney provided for a client.
Last modified: February 25, 2006