There is an interesting ethics opinion in the most recent Texas Bar Journal: “A lawyer, who is appointed to represent a defendant in a criminal proceeding, is not permitted . . . to furnish to a court . . . a statement containing a detailed description of the lawyer’s services . . .” The opinion appears on page 1034 of the December 2005 Bar Journal.

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