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Tag: adjudicative facts

CRIMINAL PROCEEDINGS: Pre-Trial Applications

A lawyer becomes a “solicitor of record” after she or he has undertaken to act for a client and has appeared in court to get the date for a preliminary hearing or trial. Thus, the counsel has an obligation to represent the client in court, that is, to appear in court on accused’s behalf.   Should the counsel wish not to represent the accused, permission to do so is to be obtained from the court.  There could be many

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