Professor Scott-Rudnick tells Chicago Tribune: Attorneys are supposed to be zealous advocates


As published by Chicago Tribune

Professor Cliff Scott-Rudnick told the Chicago Tribune that when it comes to attorneys they need to be zealous advocates for their clients, not halfway advocates. Scott-Rudnick made these comments in reference to an attorney who allegedly failed to pursue leads that a man besides his client committed a crime because the lawyer also represented that potential suspect.

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