NYTimes: Calling Your Lawyer’s Cell From Jail? What You Say Can and Will Be Used Against You. by Richard A. Oppel Jr.:
Most people assume that a conversation with their lawyer will remain confidential. But if the conversation takes place on the phone from the New Orleans jail, it might be used as evidence of a crime.
The Guardian: ‘Plainly unconstitutional’: New Orleans jail records inmates’ calls to lawyers by Jamiles Lartey:
Prosecutors in the city can and do listen in to conversations that elsewhere are seen as subject to attorney-client privilege.