i am uninitiated when it comes to legal procedures but this came to me as a surprise. coz in the real world we can freely ask opinion from as many medical practitioners without them commenting it is unethical to 'shop for doctors'.
Life and liberty are most important to man. and i wonder why the principles that govern the conscience of those who preserve our life greatly differ from those who safeguard our liberty.
a friend of mine gave me a clue about this surprising tenet among attys. they take it as an insult if you consult with another atty. why is that, when a doctor does not take it as an insult and even encourages clients to have as many opinions as possible regarding a problem?
is it because one considers the patient's welfare as paramount while the other takes his pride and turf as most important?