Each and every one of the lawyers in Brownsville TX owe a duty of candor to the tribunals where they practice law. The Texas Disciplinary Rules of Professional Conduct make it clear that lawyers must disclose when they know that false information has been presented to a tribunal, even if it is testimony of their client. Attorneys cannot knowingly present false evidence and make knowingly false legal arguments. This duty of candor also requires that lawyers be honest with judges about existing law that does not favor their clients position. In other words, Attorneys are not permitted to be used as a tool to commit fraud on a Court.