Legal Ethics

29 07 2008

GOOD MORAL CHARACTER –  what a person really is, as distinguished from good reputation, or from the opinion generally entertained of him, or the estimate in which he is held by the public in the place where he is known. (Bar Matter No. 1154)


IMMORAL CONDUCT – such conduct which is so willful, flagrant, or shameless as to show indifference to the opinion of good and respectable members of the community. (Zaguirre v. Castillo, 446 Phil. 867 (2003) )



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