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The litigation exception to the federal Driver’s Privacy Protection Act does not allow attorneys to obtain the personal information of drivers for the “predominant purpose” of soliciting new clients. See “Attorneys can’t get driver information to solicit clients, justices rule” U.S. Supreme Court. Maracich v. Spears, No. 12-25. June 17, 2013. Lawyers USA No. 993-3480.

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