From Michael Cohen that’s to be expected, we suppose.

But how does a media outlet cover this story without the slightest mention of the attorney client betrayal going on?

And Professor Turley, who wields a pretty big internet megaphone, is focused on what the feds took or didn’t take in their search. The elephant in the room remains the idea of raiding Giuliani’s office in the first place.

Obviously, lawyers can be prosecuted like anyone else for crimes they themselves commit. But when a prosecution stems from their representation of a client, and the prosecution also seems aimed at the client more than the lawyer that raises deep concerns about what the prosecutors are doing.

The silence from the punditry bar has been deafening. We’re in new territory again, and it’s a bleak landscape indeed.