Attorney may face charges of Mobile legal malpractice
August 26th, 2010|
August 26, 2010
The public may experience feelings of violation and distrust when a public figure is accused of taking advantage of clients.
According to the Press-Register, a lawyer may face an angry client or an angry public if he is found guilty of the latest allegations against him.
J. Gullatte Hunter III faces federal charges and may face Mobile legal malpractice claims after accusations that he transferred funds that were due to be paid to his clients into his own personal accounts.
According to the Mobile legal malpractice allegations, Gullatte took $90,697 that was due a client and told the client the money was not available.
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