- Cevallos: In offering immunity to State Department staffer who handled Hillary Clinton's email, do prosecutors have a target in mind?
- The mere fact that federal investigators are talking to the staffer doesn't mean someone will be indicted, he says
- Cevallos: Those involved in dealing with Clinton emails have tough choices about whether to talk to government
Danny Cevallos is a CNN legal analyst and a personal injury and criminal defense attorney practicing in Pennsylvania and the U.S. Virgin Islands. Follow him on Twitter @CevallosLaw. The opinions expressed in this commentary are solely his.
(CNN)The Department of Justice has granted "immunity" to a former State Department employee who worked on Hillary Clinton's private email server. Bryan Pagliano initially invoked his Fifth Amendment right against self-incrimination and would not testify. Of course, the Department of Justice, known to defense attorneys simply as the "government," has many ways of getting people to talk.