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January 04, 2010

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Beth

Mike, I'm not aware of any "actually-enforceable" rules that pertain to defense attorneys or any efforts of defense attorneys to police themselves.

Mike

The "guidance" isn't enforceable in court. DOJ wants to prevent the Judiciary from promulgating actually-enforceable rules. Here's hoping that the Judicial Counsel sees this ruse for what it is - a cynical attempt on DOJ's part to prevent judges from actually applying rules to prosecutors.

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