Better Call Saul? Not so Fast, According to Ethical Rules

Legal Ethics, Popular Culture
I've never been a huge fan of legal shows, but I am an unabashed fanboy of AMC Network's "Better Call Saul" (just as I was of its parent series, "Breaking Bad"). For those of you who've been living under a rock the past decade, BCS is the critically-acclaimed prequel to 'Bad, and follows the rise (or descent, depending on how you want to look at it) of its titular character from struggling semi-legit lawyer James McGill and his transformation into ethically challenged (though highly effective) lawyer "Saul Goodman". [SPOILER ALERT] Seeing as how last night's Season Three episode ("Off-Brand") first introduces us to the use of the alias "Saul Goodman" (albeit not in the context of a practicing attorney), I thought it might be fun to see if James McGill could…
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