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Daniel Sternberg comments on obtaining evidence from Prince Andrew

28th January 2020

Daniel Sternberg quoted by BBC news on the US obtaining evidence from Prince Andrew.

The FBI are investigating whether Prince Andrew has any relevant evidence to their investigation into sex trafficking involving Jeffrey Epstein. At the same time, a number of civil claims have been made against Epstein and his estate.

Daniel Sternberg spoke to the BBC’s legal correspondent, Clive Coleman, and discussed how the US civil and criminal investigations might seek to obtain evidence from Prince Andrew in the UK using Mutual Legal Assistance.

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