Guidance Issued on Lawyers' Duties Regarding Clients' Criminal Behavior [The Legal Intelligencer]

Thomas Wilkinson and Douglas Fox contributed an article to The Legal Intelligencer discussing The American Bar Association’s Model Rule of Professional Conduct 1.2(d) (model rule). They explain how this rule suggests that a lawyer must have actual knowledge of a client’s intended or ongoing criminal or fraudulent conduct before other professional duties may be triggered, such as the lawyer refusing to act on the client’s behalf or withdrawing from the representation.

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