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February 11, 2020

New York Law Journal

By: Joel Cohen

In his latest Ethics and Criminal Practice column for the New York Law Journal, Joel Cohen explores the dilemma lawyers may face if they are aware a client intends to commit perjury.

While there are some instances in which a lawyer has a client who relays a plan to commit perjury, Joel notes that “most criminal lawyers will remonstrate with their clients,” resulting in it being “rare that a criminal lawyer will find the need to actually inform a judge that his client intends to commit perjury.”

Read the full analysis below.

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