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Meek v Fleming [1961] 2QB 366

This case involved the issue of whether a barrister misled the court by concealing the particular rank of a police officer who gave evidence at a trial.  This case affirms that the duty to the court is paramount to the duty to the client.

 

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Meek v Fleming [1961] 2QB 366
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