- William D. Schroeder, Jr. is a lawyer. Lawyers are subject to keeping the attorney-client privilege. ACP is for your benefit. A client needs to discuss the most private actions and thoughts he or she may have. This is because a person needs the best advice possible in order to best defend him or herself. Anything discussed with Mr. Schroeder or given to him is kept in confidence for your benefit and for no other purpose.
- The attorney-client privilege is a basic principle of the American way of life. Its concept dates to time before the American Revolution and continues to protect you today.
- You can rest assured anything given, said or provided to Mr. Schroeder by you is kept in strict confidence.