Presents a great predicament in legitimate morals - the contention between a lawyer's commitments as a lawyer, for this situation to secure a customer's secrecy, and his or her own ethical commitments as a man. A lawyer must choose how to react to the father of a missing young lady who has requested data about her whereabouts. The lawyer knows from discussions with his client that the young lady is dead and where her body is. Demonstrates understudies what role-related commitments are, the reason they have strong moral claims, and the difficult dilemmas role commitments can make.
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