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Question For Defense Attorneys.?
I'Ve Always Wondered This...
If A Defense Attorney Finds Out That His Client Is Guilty Of A Crime, Does That Lawyer Have An Obligation To Report It? In Other Words, If A Lawyer Finds Evidence That His Client Did Murder Someone, And The Client Insists On Pleading &Quot;Not Guilty,&Quot; Does That Lawyer Have To Continue Defending Him? Can He Testify Against Him?
It Just Seems Odd That A Lawyer May Have To Fight His Hardest To Get Someone Off The Hook Whom He Knows Is Guilty.
A very astute and interesting question, and a puzzle that has remained perhaps the most perplexing and difficult ethical problem for the legal profession for many, many years.
In order to even begin analyzing the problem, you have to realize that it is near impossible for an attorney to ever "know" that a client is guilty - that is, unless the attorney was there, at the time that the crime was committed.
A defendant who informs his attorney that he is guilty might be mentally deranged, covering for another person, hoping to negotiate a plea bargain, or maybe confused about what constitutes a crime, or who may have actually committed it. It's not enough just to have your client confess to you.
In the famous novel Crime and Punishment, by Dostoevsky, the readers know that the protagonist, Raskalnikov, has killed 2 women - however, during the course of the book, other people confess to those crimes. In that circumstance, Raskalnikov's attorney could not have known what to believe about his client's guilt or innocence. In real life, a client's guilt or innocence is rarely known, and rarely black or white.
Interesting articles, one of which I'll link below, have analyzed how an attorney's ethical responsibilities are drawn into conflict by a case where the lawyer "knows" that his client is guilty. An attorney is bound by his legal ethics to protect confidential client communications (his client's admission of guilt surely qualifies here), and he must "act with commitment and dedication to the interests of his client". At the same time, the ethics of law require that an attorney always proceed with "candor" and honesty towards the court.
In the 1967 Supreme Court case "U.S. v. Wade" (not Roe's Wade), Justice White wrote "[Unlike prosecutors] defense counsel had no comparable obligation to ascertain or present the truth...[W]e also insist that he defend his client whether he is innocent or guilty." White goes on to make other interesting and relevant points - I commend that dissent to you as interesting further reading.
The short answer is that - if it were possible to actually KNOW of a client's guilt - most attorneys would be torn between the responsibilities that they owe to their clients (especially that confidentiality issue!) and their own moral compass (cue the jokes that lawyers have no moral compass).
This is a very difficult issue, and one that brilliant minds have debated for many years within the profession.
Check the article I've linked below for a longer discussion of some of the points that I've raised.
I hope this helps!
Looking For A Site With Free Legal Advice?Irish Law?
Its Got To Do With Family Wills,Ive Also Heard That Some Solictors With A Heart Give Some Time To People Who Are Basically Broke Any Advice Much App.
Citizens Information Board give excellent free advice on many topics including will and inheritances
Scroll down to the end here http://www.citizensinformationboard.ie/p... and you can see what the basic entitlements are.
You can also contact them by phone and put your query to them. They will advise you of the best way to address the matter and where/how you might be able to get free legal advice.
If A Person Was Killed By Medication Over Dosage From A Caretaker What Is It Called?
Seeking Information About Wrongful Death
It's called wrongful death. The coroner or county prosecutor will make a determination whether to try the caregiver in criminal court for manslaughter, 2nd or first degree murder or some other felony or misdemeanor. Even if there is no charge, the caregiver can still be tried in civil court for monetary damages.
Do I Really Need A Lawyer? Family Court?
I'M Going To Court For Child Support And Paternity With My Ex. She Wants Sole Custody And I Have No Problem Giving It To Her. She Wants Child Support And I Have No Problem Paying Support. She And I Are On Good Terms, She Just Wants To Be Our Childs Main Caregiver And Will Let Me See Him Whenever I'D Like, Which I'M Ok With Also Because I Have A Fiance Of My Own And Busy Schedule And Would Rather Her Make The Big Decisions Of His Life. She And I Are On The Same Page But Everyone Keeps Telling Me To Get A Lawyer.
So I Got One And When I Explained The Above To Him Hes Trying His Best To Make Me Fight Her For Dual Custody After I Told Me I Rather Do Sole. He Also Is Telling Me That Shes Says Shes Ok With Me Seeing Him Now But All Of That Will Change Later On And That She'Ll Put Him In An Expensive School And I'Ll Have To Pay For It But If She Also Has To Pay And My Payments Are Fair Then I'D Be Fine With It 50/50 Is How I Feel It Should Go. It Feels Like Hes Trying To Turn This Into A Fight So That He Can Make More $$ Out Of It When All I Really Need Is Someone I Can Ask Questions To. And This Is Costing Me So Much Money I Almost Feel I'D Be Better Off Without One. What Do You Think I Should Do?
YOU ARE SMEARING YOU @SS WITH COW MANURE AND PLANTING GRASS SEED FOR HER TO MOW WHENEVER SHE SHE HAS THE DESIRE TO!!!
It that clear enough. You are leaving yourself wide open to all kinds of problems. At the minimum, you should get Joint "LEGAL" Custody, with her being primary residential, but with a very detailed access schedule. In 40% of the cases, fathers are denied access to their children, which will happen to moment she bring a "New Daddy" home for the child.
Right now she has sole custody and control. You voluntarily gave that the very moment you put your pecker in her without first getting married.
Study these and do the right thing for you and your child.
Federal Child Support Enforcement Handbook for Non-Custodial Parents
To learn a father's rights, join Dads House Educational Center in Yahoo Groups. It's free to join and access all materials. You also associate with other fathers going through, and have already gone through, the same issues. We have an Educational Manual that teaches everything that needs to be known in addressing your legal issues. Mention your question here when asked why you want to join, as well as your state?
2nd Wife Club in Yahoo Groups, for those brave enough to take on a man with "baggage".
For 22 years, I have volunteered my time working with divorced/single fathers dealing in family law issues, such as child support, teaching them about what the states are not telling support obligors.
What Web Sight Offers Free Power Of Attorney Revocation Papers?
I dont know if it will help you, but you can get the basic form in the legal section of any library and use their copying machine to make all you want/need.
Do We Need An Immigration Attorney For Marriage Visa?
I Am Us Citizen, Residing In Texas, Engaged To Mexican Citizen, Residing In Mexico. Attorney Told Me It Was 50/50 Chance Of Obtaining Marriage Visa After Spending $2800. With That Chance Do I Need Attorney Or Just Fill Out The Forms Myself? She Was In The Us At One Time Illegally.
well, you don't really need an attorney to help you file the I-129f fiance petition if you're planning to marry in the US. however, if she lived here illegally for over a year, she will be ineligible for the visa unless she is granted a waiver by USCIS. you will probably be much better off using an attorney to file the I-601 for the waiver, since if she doesn't get it, she won't get the visa.