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Lawyers should not discuss confidential information on a cellular telephone

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Lawyers should not discuss confidential information on a cellular telephone if there is any nontrivial risk that such information may be overheard by a third party, whether that third party is involved in the particular matter or not, unless the client, after full disclosure of the dangers to confidentiality, consents to such communication. Opinion 94-5 (March 22, 1994).