When Janet Spitler thought federal prosecutors might be considering criminal charges against her in 2002, she retained Concord, Calif., lawyer Eric Conner.

A year and a half later, Spitler had shelled out more than $90,000 in legal fees and other costs, even though — as it turns out — she was never under investigation for any crime.

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