The history of First Amendment cases in our country demonstrates that many attorneys have argued successfully for the free speech rights of their clients. When an attorney seeks to invoke the same right as a defense in a professional disciplinary action, however, the attorney may find less shelter under the First Amendment. This Note examines the extent of first amendment protection a Missouri attorney receives when criticizing courts or judges.

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