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Ethics and the Law: A Real Change

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We hope with Buck Files the State Bar will pay more attention to the criminal bar. There are over 3,000 members in the Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Association, 600 members in the Harris County Criminal Lawyers Association, and many others in the local bar associations throughout Texas. HCCLA, under the leadership of Earl Musick, has

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Ethics and the Law: Will the Horse Snicker?

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A few weeks ago, I was forced to temporarily surrender control of my faculties under the lull of general anesthesia for back surgery. Sitting in a hospital reception room and getting pre-admitted for surgery is like a defendant being debriefed on a federal case. What about your family history? What has happened to you before?

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Ethics and the Law: Professionalism

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The newly formed ethics hotline has been hot. We have received numerous calls, and the hotline has turned into a helpline for lawyers with ethical and procedural questions. All the co-chairs have been invaluable. Many lawyers never had training on how to handle a criminal case and how to get cases in an ethical manner. Times have

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Ethics and the Law: Introducing…

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Robert Pelton, the former President of the Harris County Criminal Lawyer’s Association (HCCLA), Associate Di­rec­tor for TCDLA, and Feature Articles Editor of the Voice, will be writing a regular column on ethics and the law. Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Association (TCDLA) President Gary Trichter has recognized the need for an ethics committee to help members. One of

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