Model Rule of Professional Conduct 3.4(e)

Model Rule of Professional Conduct 3.4(e)

Definition

The ethical rule that prohibits a trial lawyer from referring to any irrelevant matter or any matter that is not supported by admissible evidence; asserting personal knowledge of facts in question; or stating a personal opinion as to whether a cause is just, a witness is credible, a civil litigant is culpable, or an accused is guilty or innocent.

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