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If a client lied to her attorney, and the attorney believed

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If a client lied to her attorney, and the attorney believed this client and said many bad things about the other party in the court files etc.If the other party got a chance to provide evidences to that attorney to show that his client lied to him, and the other party is in fact very good person. Would this attorney do anything to 'clear up' what he wrote in the court files? Thanks.
The lawyer should withdraw the statements since owes a duty to the court not to submit false information.
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Customer: replied 2 months ago.
Thanks.