Canons of Professional Ethics: Canons of Judicial Ethics

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West, 1948 - Judicial ethics - 54 pages
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Contents

Preamble
2
The Duty of the Lawyer to the Courts
3
The Selection of Judges
4
When Counsel for an Indigent Prisoner
5
The Defense or Prosecution of Those Accused of Crime
6
Adverse Influences and Conflicting Interests
7
Professional Colleagues and Conflicts of Opinion
8
Advising Upon the Merits of a Clients Cause
9
Restraining Clients from Improprieties
15
Ill Feeling and Personalities Between Advocates
16
Treatment of Witnesses and Litigants
17
Newspaper Discussion of Pending Litigation
18
Punctuality and Expedition
19
Attitude Toward Jury
21
Taking Technical Advantage of Opposite Counsel Agreements with Him 22
22
Professional Advocacy Other Than Before Courts
23

Acquiring Interest in Litigation
10
Fixing the Amount of the Fee
11
Contingent Fees
13
How far a Lawyer May go in Supporting a Clients Cause
14
Advertising Direct or Indirect
24
Stirring up Litigation Directly or Through Agents
25
Upholding the Honor of the Profession
27

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