Formal Ethics Opinions

NAPD has published the following Formal Ethics Opinions:

Formal Ethics Opinion Addressing the Confidentiality of Client Information when Defense Team Representation includes Social Workers and Other Non-Lawyer Professionals whose Licensure is Affected by Statutory or Professional Mandatory Reporting Obligations
Formal Ethics Opinion 14-1 (December 2014)

Fornal Ethics Opinion Addressing Circumstances when Defense Counsel Must Turn Over Material to the Prosecution/Law Enforcement
Formal Ethics Opinion 16-1 (March 2016)

Formal Ethics Opinion 16-2 Focusing on the Circumstances in Which Lawyers Can, and Cannot, Communicate with Witnesses and Others Who May Be Represented
Formal Ethics Opinion 16-2 (August 2016)

Formal Ethics Opinion re Ethics of Conflicts Imputation Between and Within Public Defender Offices
Formal Ethics Opinion 19-1 (May 2020)