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What to do when your client might be lying
Record ID:
83244
Format:
LIJ Article
Year:
2020
Author:
Cooper, Donna ;
Source:
LIJ (2020) 94 No 1 & 2
Date_of_entry:
23/01/2020
Legislation:
Australian Solicitors Conduct Rules 2015 (ASCR) r 19, 20, 26.
Notes:
Determining what you should do when you think a client has lied in the witness box while under cross-examination is one of the more difficult ethical dilemmas a practitioner may face.
Section:
Practice
Month:
January-February


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