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A Public Defender appointed to represent a defendant in a criminal proceeding who receives information communicated to him by his client in confidence indicating that the client is not indigent may not disclose this information to the Court or seek the Court's permission to withdraw from representation of the client on the ground that the client is not indigent.

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