A Lawyer's Ethical Dilemma...
After completing law school and passing the bar, a man decides to open up a private practice with one of his law school buddies as partner.
On their first day, they set up shop, and around lunchtime, the man's buddy goes out to get them some sandwiches.
Two minutes later, a woman walks in -- their first client!
She asks him to draw up some papers and review a couple of very simple contracts.
"That'll be $100," the man replies.
She complies, and having just gone to the bank, hands over a brand new, crisp $100 bill.
The woman decides to leave for the next hour, leaving the man to resume his work.
The man, relishing in his first payment as a lawyer, sits back in his brand new, leather chair and holds the brand new, crisp $100 bill up to the light with admiration and pride.
He sniffs the bill and starts to rub it a bit when suddenly, he discovers that he was mistakenly given TWO $100 bills!!!
And thus, he was confronted with his first ethical dilemma as a lawyer.
Should he tell his partner?