To the extent that lawyers fulfil the obligations of their professional profession, the possibility of state regulation is avoided. Self-regulation also helps to preserve the independence of the legal profession from state domination. An independent legal profession is an important force in maintaining government under the law, as abuse of legal power is more easily challenged by a profession whose members do not depend on the government to exercise the right to practice. The Agency prepares a draft response that addresses the allegations in the complaint paragraph by paragraph and includes all defences and recommended positive remedies. The draft response must be submitted to the Department of Justice in such a way as to give the United States Deputy Attorney General or the designated Attorney General sufficient time to include the proposed agency in a final document for timely submission to the court.  The Rules of Procedure presuppose a broader legal context that shapes the role of counsel. This context includes court rules and laws relating to admission matters, laws establishing specific duties of lawyers, and substantive and procedural law in general. Comments are sometimes used to alert lawyers to their responsibilities under such another law. The United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD) is used to advocate for broader recognition of the legal capacity of persons with intellectual disabilities.
This raises the question of the impact of the Convention on the attribution of criminal responsibility. This article aims to answer this question by analyzing the relationship between legal capacity with respect to personal decisions and criminal acts. Its central argument is that legal capacity for personal decisions and offences should not be seen as two sides of the same coin, since moral and political considerations play an essential role in setting the relevant standards. The implications of certain moral or policy norms are likely to be different in these two legal contexts, which may justify asymmetries in the relevant norms of legal capacity. However, the analysis raises a fundamental question of what weight should be given to moral or political considerations in setting these standards, which is used to formulate a challenge for those calling for a much broader recognition of the legal capacity of persons with intellectual disabilities on the basis of the Convention. Without express and unusual legal authority, no action may be brought on behalf of the government except by the Attorney General or a lawyer under his supervision. See Sutherland/International Ins. Co., op. cit.
E.O. 6166 § 5, 10 June 1933. Accordingly, responsibility for cases assigned to U.S. prosecutors for processing rests with the U.S. attorney, and this responsibility cannot be delegated to agency counsel.  Many of a lawyer`s professional responsibilities are governed by the Code of Professional Conduct and substantive and procedural law. However, a lawyer is also guided by the personal conscience and approval of professional colleagues. A lawyer should strive to achieve the highest level of competence, to enhance the law and the legal profession, and to exemplify the ideals of the public service of the legal profession.  The relative autonomy of the legal profession entails specific responsibilities for self-government. The profession has a responsibility to ensure that its rules are designed in the public interest and not to promote narrow-minded or self-serving concerns of the Bar Association.
Each lawyer is responsible for compliance with the rules of professional conduct. A lawyer should also help ensure compliance by other lawyers. Neglect of these responsibilities undermines the independence of the profession and the public interest it serves. The Agency`s legal counsel imposes, supervises and administers appropriate litigation as soon as it is reasonably to be expected. DOJ has from time to time offered legal advice to authorities on this important matter, which can be provided upon request. In any action, action, or proceeding before a U.S. court to which the United States or any U.S. agency or employee is not a party, the court certifies to the Attorney General whether the constitutionality of an act of Congress is challenged, and the court allows the U.S. to intervene to present evidence or arguments on the question of constitutionality. See 28 U.S.C. § 2403. The Civil Chamber (or ENRD, for environmental laws) should be promptly notified of any case in which the U.S.
Attorney learns that the briefs challenge the constitutionality of any congressional bill, regulation, or other federal action.