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The Truth About Lawyers Society often looks down upon lawyers This is because lawyers have a long past of not being the most honest people A lot of attorneys use many deceptive practices when they are presenting a case in court A lawyer will need to do this when they are defending a criminal who is either thought or known to be guilty of a crime Lawyers will sometimes but not usually lie to help their client Many more will present a false defense to defend their client A false defense is an attempt to convince the judge or jury that facts established by the state and known to the attorney to be true are not true or that the facts known to the attorney to be false or trueMitchell 18 Although many people think attorneys should do whatever it takes to defend their client lawyers should be prohibited from presenting a false case Citizens of the United States are innocent until proven guilty Every person charged with a crime will need a trial to find whether they are innocent or guilty They are also given the right to have a lawyer whether or not they can afford it The lawyers we assign to the cases have to defend their client whether the person is innocent or not Subin 5 If a lawyer knows his client is guilty but his client chooses to plead not guilty the lawyer must do what the client requests The lawyer is not to consider whether the clients cause is right or wrong Katsh 2 This helps people to receive the trial the Constitution promises them A false defense may be necessary to preserve the rigorous process by which guilt is determined because if a false defense was not used some people would never get a trial because no lawyers would defend them Subin 13 These are the reasons that attorneys may need to
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