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When the Criminal Attorney Self-Appoints To Tell All (New York Law Journal)

New York Law Journal, October 8, 2021

When the Criminal Attorney Self-Appoints To Tell All

After noting this exception, in 2010 the New York City Bar Association proposed a further rule change that would go one step further and “would permit the disclosure of a client’s confidential information to prevent or rectify the conviction of an innocent person—but only after the death of the client who imparted the confidential information.”

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