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Unformatted text preview: be upheld, as part of my responsibilities. Attorneys also must put their personal feelings aside. No matter what my personal feelings are, it will not interrupt defending this client fully. The steps the police took to gain information from my client were incorrect, and these actions would be in my defense. A person is innocent until proven guilty and also deserves a fair trial. By conducting this business in the wrong manner, the police jeopardize proving the client guilty. My decision would not change, whether I believe this client innocent or not because it is not my right to defend him on my personal feelings or beliefs. My ethical responsibility is to defend this client to the best of my ability without bias....
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