I get calls to my office all the time from people who insist on talking on the cell phone about sensitive matters instead of coming to my office to discuss it in person. Sometimes talking on the phone truly is the only way to communicate, especially when the person doesn't live near my office. But you all need to be aware of what the government is doing. They are using devices called StingRay.
In sort of a nutshell, this allows the government to listen in on you communications and to track you as well as many other things. This is done without a warrant.
If you want to learn a little bit more about it, just Google StingRay and you will be flooded with a lot of information.
The first thing that pops in my head is they are probably doing illegal, warrantless tapping of phones and gathering information. That phone call you make to me or any other lawyer could possibly be recorded and information you think is private is now in a government file. Do you really trust the government not to use that information obtained during your conversation with an attorney? They will hide the fact that they got that information, but find ways to use that against you.
And the whole thing is secret and hidden from the public.
Still wanna talk about your case on the cell phone?