Q: Is there a way for a client to give permission to his attorney to discuss the details of his case with a third party?
If the only way to give this permission is by granting said third-party power of attorney, could doing so potentially cause an issue in the future if the client is found guilty of his charges and wants to appeal this verdict
A: The client doesn't need to give a witness a power of attorney in order for the attorney to speak with the witness. I can't imagine how a POA would be useful; you have perhaps misunderstood.
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