Just Punishment And Redemption

The Connecticut Law Tribune


Lawyers have fiduciary obligations to their clients; a special, high-level duty of trust. Those obligations include zealous representation and protection of the client's interests, including financial interests. Stealing from a client is in our view a "zero tolerance" offense.

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