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Friend of Robert Durst admits conferring with wife while she was on witness stand was 'inadvisable'

LOS ANGELES_A New York labor lawyer and high school friend of Robert Durst said Tuesday that he probably erred in conferring with his wife before she backtracked on potentially damaging testimony she gave against the real estate heir who is accused of murder.

Stewart Altman, who has represented Durst over the years, said that in hindsight he realized it was "inadvisable" that he'd spoken to his wife, Emily, while she

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