Trial Ethics is offered as an introduction to the variety of ethical problems encountered daily by trial lawyers in civil and criminal cases in the United States. Prepared by two academic lawyers who share the view that the content of the lawyer Codes has a practical and tactical dimension, the goal of Trial Ethics is to outline some of the traps and pitfalls a lawyer may encounter at the various stages of litigation, beginning with the initial interview and ending with appeal.
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Underwood, Richard H. and Fortune, William H., "Trial Ethics" (1988). Law Faculty Books and Chapters. 26.