Ethics for the NJ Criminal Attorney

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What can an attorney do when a client admits he killed his spouse and buried the body? Can an attorney advise a client how to avoid detection? Must an attorney hand over harmful evidence to the prosecution? Criminal attorneys face unique challenges and practice continually at the crossroads separating freedom from incarceration. Navigating ethically through these difficult roads requires a thorough knowledge of the Rules of Professional Conduct, together with the wisdom and judgment of experience. See more +
What can an attorney do when a client admits he killed his spouse and buried the body? Can an attorney advise a client how to avoid detection? Must an attorney hand over harmful evidence to the prosecution? Criminal attorneys face unique challenges and practice continually at the crossroads separating freedom from incarceration. Navigating ethically through these difficult roads requires a thorough knowledge of the Rules of Professional Conduct, together with the wisdom and judgment of experience.

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