Ethical Considerations for Lawyers Regarding Evidence and Witnesses

SKU: 61922.04

In this short paper, these authors explore the ethical limits of a lawyer’s ability to seek, prepare and present evidence from a witness in a proceeding, recognizing that a lawyer’s natural inclination may be to endeavour to orchestrate testimony to assist in proving a client’s case.

This paper was presented as part of LESA’s Evidence Law Refresher in November and December 2014.

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