Attorney ethics can be complex and potentially dangerous to one’s legal career. Lawyers typically need to know how to avoid ethic problems, what to do if an ethics grievance is filed against them and what sort of discipline is meted out for violations. Please find below a compass to help navigate through the twists and turns associated with attorney ethics grievances and investigations.
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