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In an effort to keep the community more informed about the work of the DA's Office, DA Murray has established this List. Subscribers of the List will receive an e-mail when the DA publishes a new press release on the News Release webpage, and subscribers may also receive other news or information from the DA from time to time. Everyone is invited to join the List. You may unsubscribe from this List at any time.
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The District Attorney and his Assistant District Attorneys have special obligations as licensed attorneys in the State of North Carolina and, specifically, as prosecutors. These obligations are generally put forth in the North Carolina State Bar’s Rules of Professional Conduct. These Rules may further explain when a prosecutor may make a public statement during the investigation, prosecution, or appeal of a particular case. The Rules also dictate what information any such statement may include.
Please consult these links to the NC State Bar’s website for a better understanding:
NC State Bar Homepage
NC State Bar Rules of Professional Conduct (among other Rules, take particular note of “Rule 3.6 Trial Publicity” and its official comments and “Rule 3.8 Special Responsibilities of a Prosecutor” and its official comments)
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