DISCUSSION: Lines 28-31 show the author’s opinion: if you’re guilty, your lawyer shouldn’t claim you’re innocent.
Lines 7-11 say the opposite: a lawyer should not judge their clients’ guilt or innocence.
- Not at all. The two lines give opposite advice to lawyers. One says: don’t say a guilty client is innocent. The other says: let the court decide.
- CORRECT. Yes, exactly. See the explanation above.
- No! There’s no hypothetical situation in 28-31, and those lines oppose the earlier statement.
- Nope. The two statements are completely opposed. One says: judge your client. The other says: don’t judge your client.
- Equivalent means: the same. These opinions aren’t the same, they’re the opposite! One says: lie, the other says: don’t.
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