Bar Investigating Head Of Gulfcoast Legal Services

SARASOTA – The Florida State Bar is investigating whether Kathleen Mullin, the embattled executive director of Gulfcoast Legal Services, practiced law without a license.


Kathleen Mullins is executive director of Gulf Coast Legal Services.


Mullin, who took over the nonprofit in December 2012, never took the Florida Bar exam.




When Judges Fight Judicial Corruption

THE JUDGE McMILLAN STORY Susan McMillan       Judge Matthew E. McMillan, a former police officer and prosecuting attorney, had won his seat on the bench from an entrenched incumbent in a public election.  The courageous judge then had to fight against insurmountable odds to have his duly-elected seat returned to him after it […]


Florida Lawyer Jessica Miller Stole from Clients


ABA Journal Law News Now

by Martha Neil, April 6, 2010

While she was still in practice, attorney Jessica Miller intended to repay the money she stole from clients, a prosecutor told a Florida judge at her sentencing hearing. But what he described as Miller’s plan to start an exotic animal sales […]


Florida Lawyer Clark Cone Stole $600,000 from Clients

The Palm Beach Post By Jane Musgrave, Staff Writer April 18, 2011

WEST PALM BEACH — Disbarred West Palm Beach attorney A. Clark Cone will plead guilty to charges stemming from allegations that he bilked clients out of more than $600,000, his court-appointed lawyer said Monday.

A jury trial, scheduled to begin Monday […]