Formal Ethics Opinion 08-452 (Downloadable)
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Formal Ethics Opinion 08-452 (Downloadable)

Formal Ethics Opinion 08-452 (Downloadable)
Product Code: 5611100452PDF
Publication Date: October 2008
Sponsoring Entities: The Center for Professional Responsibility
Topics: Ethics & Professional Responsibility, Ethics Opinions
Format: PDF - 5611100452PDF
Pricing: $20.00 (Regular)
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Judges Soliciting Contributions for "Therapeutic" or "Problem-solving" Courts
October 17, 2008

A judge who participates in fundraising activities on behalf of a court, including a "therapeutic" or "problem-solving" court, must limit the participation to activities permitted by Model Code of Judicial Conduct Rule 3.7(A). The judge also must ensure that her conduct does not violate Judicial Code Rules 3.1, 1.2, or 1.3.

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