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Here s a short reviewer I did for our Legal Prof (Legal Ethics) finals exams.

Cano ns in the Code of Professional Responsibility were grouped into several classifi cations, to make it easier to remember. ON TRUTH-TELLING: Rule 1.01. A lawyer shall not engage in unlawful, dishonest, immoral or deceitfu l conduct. Rule 1.02. A lawyer shall not counsel or abet activities aimed at defiance of th e law or at lessening confidence in the legal system. Rule 6.01. The primary duty of a lawyer engaged in public prosecution is not to convict but to see that justice is done. The suppression of facts or the conceal ment of witnesses capable of establishing the innocence of the accused is highly reprehensible and is cause for disciplinary action. Canon 10. A lawyer owes candor, fairness and good faith to the court. Rule 10. 01. A lawyer shall not do any falsehood, nor consent to the doing of an y in court; nor shall he mislead, or allow the court to be misled, by any artifi ce. Rule 10. 02. A lawyer shall not knowingly misquote or misrepresent the contents of a paper, the language or the argument of opposing counsel, or the text of a d ecision or authority, or knowingly cite as law a provision already rendered inop erative by repeal or amendment or assert as a fact that which has not been prove d. Rule 10.03. A lawyer shall observe the rules of procedure and shall not misuse t hem to defeat the ends of justice. Rule 11.05. A lawyer shall not attribute to a judge motives not supported by the record or have materiality to the case. Rule 12. 06. A lawyer shall not knowingly assist a witness to misrepresent himse lf or to impersonate another. Rule 19.02. A lawyer who has received information that his client has, in the co urse of the representation, perpetrated a fraud upon a person or tribunal, shall promptly call upon the client to rectify the same, and failing which he shall t erminate the relationship with such client in accordance with the Rules of Court . Rule of Court 138, Section 20. (d) To employ, for the purpose of maintaining the causes confided to him, such means only as are consiste