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1.10. Imputation of Conflicts of Interest: General Rule Archives

December 28, 1998

98-04 - May a private practitioner who has been appointed as special deputy county attorney to investigate and prosecute a single matter continue to represent criminal defendants in any jurisdiction in Utah?

(Approved April 17, 1998)

Issue: May a private practitioner who has been appointed as special deputy county attorney to investigate and prosecute a single matter continue to represent criminal defendants in any jurisdiction in Utah?

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98-04 - May a private practitioner who has been appointed as special deputy county attorney to investigate and prosecute a single matter continue to represent criminal defendants in any jurisdiction in Utah?

(Approved April 17, 1998)

Issue: May a private practitioner who has been appointed as special deputy county attorney to investigate and prosecute a single matter continue to represent criminal defendants in any jurisdiction in Utah?

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98-04 - May a private practitioner who has been appointed as special deputy county attorney to investigate and prosecute a single matter continue to represent criminal defendants in any jurisdiction in Utah?

(Approved April 17, 1998)

Issue: May a private practitioner who has been appointed as special deputy county attorney to investigate and prosecute a single matter continue to represent criminal defendants in any jurisdiction in Utah?

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98-06 - Members of a county attorney's office have requested an advisory opinion concerning conflicts between (1) attorney-client relationships between a county attorney and county officers and (2) statutory duties of a county attorney under Utah Code An

(Approved October 30, 1998)

Issue: Members of a county attorney's office have requested an advisory opinion concerning conflicts between (1) attorney-client relationships between a county attorney and county officers and (2) statutory duties of a county attorney under Utah Code Ann. § 17-5-206 to institute suits to recover or restrain unlawful payments of county funds.

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98-09 - Is the Office of Guardian ad Litem sufficiently similar to the Attorney General's Office to render it a "government agency" within the meaning of the Utah Rules of Professional Conduct, and if so, does Rule 1.10 concerning imputed disqualificatio

(Approved October 30, 1998)

Issues: Is the Office of the Guardian ad Litem sufficiently similar to the Attorney General's Office to render it a "government agency" within the meaning of the Utah Rules of Professional Conduct, and if so, does Rule 1.10 concerning imputed disqualifications, apply to the Office of the Guardian ad Litem? Does Rule 1.11, "Successive Government and Private Employment," apply to the Office of the Guardian ad Litem?

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December 18, 1996

95-02A - May a law partner of a part-time justice court judge represent criminal defendants in the judicial district in which the justice of the peace sits?

(Approved January 26,1996)

Issue: May a law partner of a part-time justice court judge represent criminal defendants in the judicial district in which the justice of the peace sits?

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