Tag: legal ethics

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Efforts are underway to expel legislators and to punish lawyers who assisted in challenges to some election results. Those efforts include efforts to have state lawyer licensing agencies disbar them (revoke their licenses to practice law). American law had a long-standing principle that legal representation should be available to anyone, and that lawyers should represent […]

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I started a conversation and got some good push back due to I’m not a strong communicator. Let me please share what I have learned from that experience and hopefully clarify how your speech is abridged by Congress.    I proposed that my US Representative, when part of the minority party in Congress, cannot speak […]

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I know very little about actual legal procedure other than some broad principles, but that’s usually enough to make me roll my eyes at most courtroom scenes depicted in TV and movies.  When a “classic” like 12 Angry Men suggests wholesale corruption of the jury process in order to achieve a fair result, it really […]

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