Informer 3838: The day the lawyer turned informer jumped for joy

A lawyer is supposed to be an officer of the court, and a defence counsel is supposed to argue the client’s case within the law to force the prosecution to prove guilt beyond reasonable doubt.

Yet there were a handful who crossed the line. They became gang members, advising on how to launder drug money, complicit in attempts to pervert the course of justice and prepared to intimidate witnesses. Some became romantically connected to the clients they represented.

via Informer 3838: The day the lawyer turned informer jumped for joy

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