Thursday, 27 April 2017

Attorney misconduct. Florida Duty to report misconduct; code of conduct The duty to report misconduct is one of the ethical o imposed on attorneys in the United States by the rules governing professional responsibility. With certain exceptions, an attorney who becomes aware that either a fellow attorney or a judge has committed an act in violation of the rules of ethical conduct must report that violation. Failure to do so subjects the attorney failing to make the report to discipline.The duty extends only to actual knowledge possessed by an attorney. An attorney who has a mere suspicion of misconduct is not required to report that suspicion, nor is the attorney required to conduct any sort of investigation to confirm or dispel that suspicion. The conduct at issue must rise to the level of misconduct under the rules of professional responsibility. Thus, an attorney who witnesses another attorney become intoxicated, engage in adultery, or gamble away a large sum of money is under no duty to report these acts because they are not prohibited by the rules of professional responsibility. Conduct that must be reported, on the other hand, includes matters such as breaching client confidentiality, misusing client funds, tampering with evidence, suborning perjury, offering bribes, and committing criminal acts of violence or dishonesty.!/pages/Duty-to-report-misconduct/136147606416830?fref=ts&rf=144393985578228 8-2.241 Civil Laws Governing Law Enforcement Misconduct BUT ALSO LAWS THAT ARE FOR THE PREVENTION OF NEGLECT OF THE CHILD. 827.03 Abuse, aggravated abuse, and neglect of a child; penalties.— All historical case proceedings associated with FL Dept of Rev. Child Support Enforcement/TANF participation & Medicaid participation relative to court proceedings were filed and available including court filings and shared RISs regional information sharing system btwn OCSE & DCF departments; FL DCF Case #9457320158 (RFA CASE NUMBER 1143172973) Ineffective counsel/representation,fraud to commence proceedings FL ACAP Complaint ATTY DECEIT, SHAYAN ELAHI ESQ 41221 CLAUDIA HERNANDEZ 667498, COLLUSION #OIG #fraud, PUBLIC LAW 108 - 21 #misconduct atty deceit,collusion;Case No. 2002-DR-050423-I,IVD case enforcement FL/PA/IN #misconduct, cases OC9901243 PA & 02-83719047104532 PA Cause # 53C079704JP00189 IN 2005-01472 FL 2010-DP 1170 FL CASE#s #misconduct,professional misconduct cases:OC9901243 PA & 02-83719047104532 PA Cause # 53C079704JP00189 IN 2005-01472 FL 2010-DP 1170 FL IN CASE #s

Fraud. Rule 3.3 Candor Toward The Tribunal - Comment [1] This Rule governs the conduct of a lawyer who is representing a client in the proceedings of a tribunal. See Rule 1.0(m) for the definition of "tribunal." It also applies when the lawyer is representing a client in an ancillary proceeding conducted pursuant to the tribunal’s adjudicative authority, such as a deposition. Thus, for example, paragraph (a)(3) requires a lawyer to take reasonable remedial measures if the lawyer comes to know that a client who is testifying in a deposition has offered evidence that is false. [2] This Rule sets forth the special duties of lawyers as officers of the court to avoid conduct that undermines the integrity of the adjudicative process. A lawyer acting as an advocate in an adjudicative proceeding has an obligation to present the client's case with persuasive force. Performance of that duty while maintaining confidences of the client, however, is qualified by the advocate's duty of candor to the tribunal. Consequently, although a lawyer in an adversary proceeding is not required to present an impartial exposition of the law or to vouch for the evidence submitted in a cause, the lawyer must not allow the tribunal to be misled by false statements of law or fact or evidence that the lawyer knows to be false.