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April 27, 2007

Uniform Taboo

When trying to find a tie in site for an interesting love story, or should I say tale of lust that I read online today, I was forced to choose a site that I have mentioned in past entries. Uniform Taboo is one of the most thorough sites when it comes to the diversity of what outfits its models wear. You have the pompom babes, nurses, nuns and the most appropriate link to our story, business attire. Sometimes, the spreads are completely over-the-top, others times they seem more plausible.

I had considered mentioning the site Corporate Fantasy, but despite the name, I soon recalled when I read my own review of it that it really didn't stay on target as far as its presumed theme. Otherwise, there are tons of sites with secretaries. However, I wanted to mention one where sometimes the women could be in charge, taking advantage of male underling, since personally that's more my sort of fantasy. Although, Meet My Secretary, actually does have a petite Asian boss lady who does sometimes hire male assistants.

Nevertheless, back to the story by Luke Broadwater in The Examiner (Baltimore, Maryland), it explains that a woman has pleaded guilty to impersonating a lawyer in order to have a private meeting with her convict boyfriend. Actually, to be precise, she has admitted guilt in charges of identity theft and displaying government ID of another, while maintaining that she never engaged in sexual contact while visiting with her beau, Jason Moody.

Before, you assume that she just put her hair in a bun, wore a suit and glasses for her ruse, let me you tell you that she was slightly cleverer than that. She had a fake Maryland Bar Association security pass and business cards from an Annapolis legal firm Hyatt, Peters & Weber, both with the name Amanda Sprehn printed on them. The real Sprehn was out on maternity leave and was shocked when she was initially told of the identity theft and that she had been accused of being caught have intercourse with an inmate.

Investigators have claimed when Weaver was observed by prison officials engaging in sex when alone with Moody in a room for attorney-client visits. Meanwhile, despite submitting the guilty plea to the ID theft allegations to Baltimore City Circuit Judge Althea Handy, her defense lawyer, Ivan Bates, insisted that there was no sexual activity in what I would call a rather colorful descriptive, "There was never any sexual intercourse. There was no thrusting whatsoever."

Maybe the dude had been off the streets for so long that he forgot how it normally works? Meanwhile, I guess there is no such thing as a truly private meeting with one's attorney when incarcerated.

Posted by Will Peters at April 27, 2007 1:01 AM

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"Investigators have claimed when Weaver was observed by prison officials engaging in sex when alone with Moody in a room for attorney-client visits."

So I guess attorney-client privilege means nothing in Maryland - if these two were genuinely ALONE (and not being recorded or spied upon) how did prison officials observe them?

Posted by: empath at June 12, 2007 1:17 PM

The original article brings up your point about attorney-client confidentiality without much of an explanation... However, if there was no sound recording involved, technically the contents of any conversation would remain private.

I imagine they would argue that to protect visiting lawyers from angry clients, as well as to avoid one smuggling in contraband, they have to be under visual surveillance.

Posted by: Groundhog at June 13, 2007 4:29 PM

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