When federal investigators July 25 seized the computer of a Cobb County, Ga., man indicted in connection with prescription drug sales on the Internet, they used a search warrant to gain access to the computer’s files.

The seized computer on which defendant Christopher Stoufflet intermingled his business and his personal affairs contained — in addition to business records from his defunct online pharmacy that were already in federal prosecutors’ hands — privileged correspondence with his attorneys.

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