Ethic Assignment #1

Jul 31st, 2016
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Model Rule, The "adversary system" is the fundamental concept behind American jurisprudence. It is assumed by our system that when you have 2 people on opposite sides who are trying to win, the party who has the truth on its side will ultimately prevail. Of course, as we all know, it doesn't always work that way; but that's our system.

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1.Ally Attorney represents Tommy, who has been indicted on burglary charges. During the course of pre-trialdiscovery, Ally learns that Tommys alibi is a lie, and that Freddy, one of Tommys friends, is thinking abouttelling Peter Prosecutor. Ally knows that if Peter Prosecutor gets this information, her clients conviction will beall but assured. She makes a visit to Freddy Friend and persuades him to keep the incriminating informationto himself.Model Rule 3 is labeled as Advocate. Specifically Rule 3.4, entitled Fairness To Opposing Party andCounsel, provides that a

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