New answers tagged

1 vote

Isn't it is unethical that lawyers protect their client even after knowing the client is guilty, isn't its injustice to the true person?

According to an answer to this question: What does a lawyer do if they know for absolute certain that their client is guilty? Lawyers are not permitted to assist in perjury. E.g., allow the client to ...
user avatar
  • 3,584
0 votes

Isn't it is unethical that lawyers protect their client even after knowing the client is guilty, isn't its injustice to the true person?

The problem with this question is that "protection" and "guilt" are terms that might be a lot broader than you might have in mind. Like you seem to think that the lawyer is giving ...
user avatar
  • 323

Top 50 recent answers are included