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Novice attorneys face suspension for telling client to lie

When a hopeful young graduate leaves law school and passes the bar, they are presumed to be competent enough to handle even complex cases. As such, many newly minted attorneys choose to set out on their own and start a small law practice for themselves, sometimes with the help of a classmate or other attorneys who they know. 

Criminal defendant back in jail after lawyer overslept

A man being accused of drug crimes is back in jail after a judge found him and his attorney in contempt of court when they were nearly an hour late to a jury selection hearing. The judge increased the man's bail from $120,000, which he had already posted, to $3 million, leading him to be returned to the county jail after a hearing.

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