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Rescinded by Opinion 87-1.

An attorney, who in the course of representing a defendant in a criminal case, receives physical evidence from a third party which may be material to the case, has a duty to deliver such evidence to the County Attorney. Such attorney, after delivering such evidence to the County Attorney, should withdraw as counsel for the defendant upon proper application made to the court.

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