Divorce attorney pleads guilty to wiretapping car of client's husband
Original post made on Sep 27, 2013
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on Sep 27, 2013 at 7:57 pm
Wow, her attorney said Ms Nolan has been an excellent attorney for 30 years.
I think he meant 30 minutes. Nolan did not become Miss Fix It overnight.
Please give her the max. Dirty lawyer working with dirty cops..Great combo.
Getting caught is a real pain!
on Sep 28, 2013 at 11:43 pm
I'm so happy this happened to an attorney. With the exception of the profession of journalism, the entire law profession is based on words. Their so-called "profession" hasn't evolved in over a hundred years. Consider the advances in medicine, engineering, aeronautics, etc. And yet the whole "profession" of law is still stuck in the same muck it helped create. Think about it: First, it was the witch doctor that people ran to for advice. Then, in the middle ages, it was the priests that had the power. And now? We've got attorneys. Hell, lol, they even wrote their own language so the common man couldn't understand it. The real interest here will be whether or not the American Bar Association takes away her license to practice law.
on Oct 1, 2013 at 10:47 am
Of the six original charges brought by the federal grand jury, how many is she pleading quilty to?
Were the four tax evasion charges and pleas separate from the federal grand jury's charges?
It looks like she is getting away with the most direct evil/crime that she participated in--seeking to break apart fathers from their children for the purpose of obtaining more divorce money for her women clients.
She utilized criminals and wrongful methods to be more successful. She was a big REWARDER of their criminal actions. Yet she will probably get off with little punishment.
And what about the Women Clients who utilized and benefited from this system of wrong-doing? Why have they escaped prosecution?