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Walk the Line: Ethical Considerations in Criminal Cases

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Date Published

November 16, 2020

Publisher

New York State Academy of Trial Lawyers

Subjects

Ethics

Questions

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Summary

Join renowned ethics expert Michael Ross for this update on ethical issues in criminal practice. Topics will include: ineffective assistance of counsel, conflicts, right to counsel of choice, waiver of 5th Amendment, prosecutorial conduct and Brady-related issues, allocation of authority between lawyer and client, withdrawal of counsel, disclosure of confidential information to the press, the Crime-Fraud Principle, legal fees, and more.

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Presenters

Michael Ross, Esq.

Law Offices of Michael S. Ross

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Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

Walk the Line: Ethical Considerations in Criminal Cases - Video
Walk the Line: Ethical Considerations in Criminal Cases - Slide Handout
Walk the Line: Ethical Considerations in Criminal Cases - Paper
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Credit

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How to Attend

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Technical Requirements
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