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An attorney must exercise his or her discretion in determining whether disclosure of a client's intention to commit a crime is necessary or permitted. In making this determination, one should look to DR 4-101 (C) to decide whether his or her factual situation fits within one of the four exceptions permitting such disclosure.

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