Law: A Lawyer's Honesty

What a lawyer may do and still remain an honest man in the sight of his profession is something of which the average man feels at liberty to make light. A lawyer may be tried for unethical conduct and disbarred if he be found guilty. Occasionally a lawyer of conspicuous standing is compelled to explain.

A case in point is that of Thomas L. Chadbourne, who was exonerated on March 2 by the Appellate Division of the New York Supreme Court from charges of unprofessional conduct. The American Bar Association preferred the charges...

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