Lawyers are divided over a proposed rule change that would require them to disclose information about wrongful incarceration of an innocent person.

A Supreme Court committee proposed on May 26 that the court should amend RPC 1.6 to provide an exception to a lawyer’s duty to maintain confidentiality of information relating to representation of a client when that information relates to a wrongful conviction.

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