DR 8-101 Action as a Public Official.

  1. A lawyer who holds public office shall not:
    1. Use his public position to obtain, or attempt to obtain, a special advantage in legislative matters for himself or for a client under circumstances where he knows or it is obvious that such action is not in the public interest.
    2. Use his public position to influence, or attempt to influence, a tribunal to act in favor of himself or of a client.
    3. Accept anything of value from any person when the lawyer knows or it is obvious that the offer is for the purpose of influencing his action as a public official.