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August 2015

Ethics and the Law: Blowing in the Wind


Imagine this: It’s mid-morning on a weekday, you’re standing outside the Criminal Courthouse after finishing a hearing in Criminal Court. The weather is ordinary for Houston. The sky is clear, the humidity is high, the wind is almost nonexistent, and of course, it’s hot. Sirens are blaring from a distance, although in retrospect, that is