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A client that is seeking to flee the jurisdiction must be advised of the consequences of flight — including being tried, convicted and sentenced in absentia and losing all appellate rights under the fugitive disentitlement doctrine.  See In re Ivker, BD-2004-034 (Mass. 2004): “While helping a client concoct perjurious testimony is a direct fraud on […]

Law.com/The National Law Journal (registration/subscription required for Law.com/ALM) Suspensions Voided for Two Ted Stevens Prosecutors (“Top U.S. Department of Justice officials violated policy in suspending two prosecutors involved in the botched case against former Alaska Sen. Ted Stevens, a federal board ruled this month in declaring the discipline invalid.”)

 

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