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Lawyer Ethics

Discussion in 'The Lighter Side' started by okie, Jan 31, 2003.

  1. okie

    okie GT Mayor

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    A laywer is seriously speaking to his son about ethics.

    "Suppose son, that one day a gentleman comes into my office with a
    simple question. Upon answering the man's question, I charge him
    $100.00. He is outraged at the bill for such a simple question but
    agrees to pay. The man reaches in his wallet and grabs a hundred dollar
    bill and thrusts the money into my hand. Upon his leaving, I notice
    that the man has, in fact, given me two $100.00 bills.

    Now the ethical question: Do I share that money with my partner?"
     
  2. Dogman

    Dogman Getting Senior

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    Based on the thread's title, I was expecting a blank posting.
     


  3. sterusmall

    sterusmall GLOCK - 36

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    Lawyer Ethics....

    ....this must be #52.

    S.M./FL