A federal judge has ruled that a former state police official and several prosecutors associated with the Jerry Sandusky investigation who sued disgraced former Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane cannot gain access to her attorney-client communications.

U.S. District Judge Harvey Bartle III of the Eastern District of Pennsylvania denied a request by plaintiffs Frank Noonan, Randy Feathers, Richard A. Sheetz Jr., E. Marc Costanzo and Frank Fina to compel the communications, which they claim Kane put into issue by asserting the advice of counsel as a defense.

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