11. A member must respect the authority of the law and the courts and must cooperate in the administration of justice.
The following in particular constitute breaches of discipline:
(a) contravening any law enacted by a legally constituted authority in a manner likely to compromise the performance of his duties;
(b) being convicted of or pleading guilty to an offence under the Criminal Code (R.S.C. 1985, c. C-46) on prosecution brought by indictment or pleading guilty following an information relating to an offence under the Criminal Code which, according to the information, is indictable;
(c) interfering with or contributing to interference with the course of justice;
(d) concealing evidence or information with the intention of harming or favouring a person, in particular an accused, a complainant or a witness;
(e) omitting or unduly delaying sending to his superior any information concerning crimes and offences of which he is a witness or of which he has knowledge.