The Centre Daily Times published an article about former PSU administrator Gary Shultz notifying the Courts that a lawsuit against Cynthia Baldwin, former attorney for PSU, is going to be filed. I assume that it will be for violating attorney-client privilege, but that is not clear at this time.
The following quotes from the Jan 12, 2011 Curley-Shultz hearing in Harrisburg seem to indicate that Baldwin clearly identified herself as representing both Curley and Shultz before Judge Barry Feudale. I quote the article:
Feudale asked if Curley and Shultz were represented by anyone.
Baldwin answered him by saying " My name is Cynthia Baldwin, general counsel for PSU."
Feudale went on: "WIll you be providing representation for both of those identified witnesses?"
Baldwin answered: "Gary is retired but was employed by the university and Tim is still an employee."
Feudale went on to read Curley and Shultz their rights as witnesses at the grand jury, and later that morning, the two men testified.
I am not a lawyer, but there are plenty of lawyers reading this blog. Give us some help here? To a layman, it seems like Cynthia stepped forward and positively identified herself as the representative of these people.
While you are at it......why does the 10 year Statute of Limitations not get immediately applied to the charges about Failure to Report?
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