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" A lawyer should always treat adverse witnesses and suitors with fairness and due consideration, and he should never minister to the malevolence or prejudices of a client in the trial or conduct of a cause. The client cannot be made the keeper of the lawyer's... "
Proceedings of the ... Annual Meeting - Page 255
by California Bar Association - 1920
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Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Mississippi ..., Volume 15, Part 1920

Mississippi State Bar Association - Bar associations - 1920
...Personalities Between Advocates.— Clients, riot lawyers, are the litigants. Whatever may be the ill feeling existing between clients, it should not be allowed...trial or conduct of a cause. The client cannot be made keeper of the lawyer's conscience in professional matters. He has no right to demand that his counsel...
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Manual for Courts-martial

United States. Dept. of Defense - 1951
...with fairness and due consideration, and he should never minister to the malevolence or prejudices of a client in the trial or conduct of a cause. The...the client would say if speaking in his own behalf." "39. Witnesses. A lawyer may properly interview any witness or prospective witness for the opposing...
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Report of the ... Annual Meeting - Maryland State Bar ..., Volume 27, Part 1922

Maryland State Bar Association - Bar associations - 1922
...cause delay and promote unseemly wrangling should also be carefully avoided. malevolence or prejudices of a client in the trial or conduct of a cause. The...the client would say if speaking in his own behalf. 18. Appearance of Lawyer as Witness for His Client. When a lawyer is a witness for his client, except...
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Code of Federal Regulations

Administrative law - 1967
...with fairness and due consideration, and he should never minister to the malevolence or prejudices of a client In the trial or conduct of a cause. The...the client would say if speaking In his own behalf. 21. Punctuality and expedition. It Is the duty of the lawyer not only to his client, but also to the...
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Code of Federal Regulations

Administrative law - 1970
...minister to the malevolence or prejudices of a client to the trial or conduct of a cause. The dlent cannot be made the keeper of the lawyer's conscience...the client would say If speaking In his own behalf. 21. Punctuality and expedition. It is the duty of the lawyer not only to his client, but also to the...
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Code of Federal Regulations

Administrative law - 1972
...statements should be addressed to the Commission. 26. Treatment of witnesset and litigants. A practitioner should always treat adverse witnesses and suitors...cause. The client cannot be made the keeper of the practitioner's conscience in such matters. He has no right to demand that the practitioner representing...
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General Rules of Practice Before the Commission in Proceedings Under the ...

United States. Interstate Commerce Commission - 1977
...statements should be addressed to the Commission. 26. Treatment of witnesses and litigants. A practitioner should always treat adverse witnesses and suitors...cause. The client cannot be made the keeper of the practitioner's conscience in such matters. He has no right to demand that the practitioner representing...
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Code of Federal Regulations

Administrative law - 1968
...statements should be addressed to the Commission. 26. Treatment of witnesses and litigants. A practitioner should always treat adverse witnesses and suitors...cause. The client cannot be made the keeper of the practitioner's conscience In such matters. He has no right to demand that the practitioner representing...
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Code of Federal Regulations: Containing a Codification of Documents of ...

Administrative law - 1963
...statements should be addressed to the Commission. 26. Treatment of witnesses and litigants. A practitioner should always treat adverse witnesses and suitors...cause. The client cannot be made the keeper of the practitioner's conscience in such matters. He has no right to demand that the practitioner representing...
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Code of Federal Regulations

Administrative law - 1971
...with fairness and due consideration, and he should never minister to the malevolence or prejudices of a client in the trial or conduct of a cause. The...counsel shall abuse the opposite party or indulge 1n offensive personalities. 1mproper speech is not excusable on the ground that it is what the client...
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