Does Gary Herbert have attorney client privilege with the state attorney general? “Attorneys working for Atty. Gen. Sean Reyes prepared the opinion, informed lawmakers it was completed, then pulled back and never provided the document, saying that to do so might constitute an unethical conflict of interest with the office’s duties to advise Herbert. . . The AG’s Office continues to fight to prevent the release of its legal opinion on the election procedures, arguing it is protected because it was prepared in anticipation of litigation and that it was a draft.
The Tribune argues that neither claim holds up to scrutiny and that the document should be released to the public.”