Virginia Lawyer Accused Of Bringing Drugs To Jail & Having Sex With Inmate

When University of Virginia law student Dana Tapper appeared on the Ellen DeGeneres show in 2013, she talked about being the first person in her family to go to college, and how she did not want to work at a big corporate law firm when she graduated.

Instead, she said, she hoped to help those in the juvenile justice system. Degeneres rewarded Tapper for her passion by giving her $20,000 courtesy of Shutterfly.

Now, roughly five years later, Tapper was charged for allegedly giving an inmate at the Riverside Regional Jail (in Virginia) a cell phone and drugs.

Watch here to see how private conversations between inmates and their lawyers are being used against them in court.

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