Thursday, March 16, 2017
From the Associated Press:
The State Bar of California approved an ethics rule that would subject lawyers to discipline for having sex with their clients.
California currently bars attorneys from coercing a client into sex or demanding sex in exchange for legal representation.
The new rule would completely ban sex between lawyers and clients with some exceptions.
As of May 2015, 17 states had adopted a blanket sex ban drafted by the American Bar Association, according to an ABA committee that looked at implementation of the group's ban.
Still, California's proposal was divisive.
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