Lawyers Need to Address Ethics in a Profession That Doesn’t Always Reward Ethical Behavior

In 1994, Anthony Graves, a 26-year-old black man, was wrongfully convicted of murdering a family of six. Graves spent 18 years in prison and 12 years on death row. He wasn’t released until 2010 after Robert Carter came forward and confessed that he had acted alone in the killing. During the investigations that followed, evidence … Continue reading Lawyers Need to Address Ethics in a Profession That Doesn’t Always Reward Ethical Behavior