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If you are an attorney, is there a point where nonlegal moral considerations supersede your ethical commitment to your client?

Ethical Commitment/Barriers  If you are an attorney, is there a point where nonlegal moral considerations supersede your ethical commitment to your client? If you were a defense lawyer and your client was innocent, but you could not prove it, would you violate ethical barriers in service to your client?

What would you need to know about the defendant to impose a sentence? What specific information would you need to know about the offense to aid in sentencing?

Assignment -Discussion Board Main Post-200 words minimum In your own words, answer this unit’s discussion questions in a main post You were recently elected to office as a state trial judge in your local trial court. You have just concluded your first criminal trial and will be sentencing the defendant at an upcoming hearing. As […]

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