Committed to the professional growth and service of Tennessee lawyers since 1881, the Tennessee Bar Association is a voluntary organization for members of the legal profession across the state. The purpose of the association is to maintain the honor and dignity of the profession, enhance performance, cultivate a high standard of ethics throughout the organization, provide a forum for fellowship among its members, and advocate responsible relationships between the legal profession and the public. Additionally, the Tennessee Bar Association strives to provide premier programs and services to assist in the professional development of its members while participating in public relations activities to improve public perception. Membership in the organization includes every type of legal professional from a small town, home-office attorney to judges.
Tennessee Bar Association
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Prosecutors have ethical obligations and may be held individually accountable for their conduct within the legal system. Prosecutors contribute to just and honorable legal profession and a legal system that promotes fairness and accountability.
- R.P.C. 3.4: Fairness to Opposing Party & Counsel
- R.P.C. 3.8: Special Responsibilities of the Prosecutor
- R.P.C. 8.3: Reporting Professional Misconduct
Violations of these rules can result in disciplinary actions which may include sanctions, suspension, or disbarment.
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