“The point is that he was not a licensed attorney at the time he represented himself as such.”
Attorney Mullen has not one iota – not one shred of evidence that his statement is true. In fact, it is resoundingly false.
First of all, the ill-motivated First Amendment attack against me by his client in the form of an Indictment of Attempted Felony Extortion was nol-prossed after I sat through voir dire, eager to have a trial, and that is a FACT.
Second, the Unauthorized Practice of Law case brought by Mullen’s erstwhile boss Kelly Ayotte was DISMISSED after she violated the Rules of Civil Procedure.
Dinan said she pushed off Hoysradt's advances and repeatedly asked him to leave, but he did not. Dinan said Hoysradt also touched her breast and then held her arms at her sides as she struggled. She told police she yelled at him before he finally released her and left.
Once outside, Dinan said, Hoysradt yelled into her home and asked to come back inside. She responded by blowing a crow call, which is similar to a duck call, before he finally left and she contacted a female officer she knew.
But Kelly was like, it's cool man, no sweat, I covered for your buddy Bruce McKay when he stuck that knife toward Ms. B's labia (item 13)...... it's all in the mix.... that bimbo should have given up the nookie anyway.....Here's what Jay from Concord has to say, and it ties in directly with what I've been saying for years:
- No one should be surprised that he only got a slap on the wrist for something any citizen would be jailed for. Under this AG Cops have license to threaten (State Police), assault (Salisbury Chief), drive drunk (Hooksett Cop), endanger people in Court (Court Officer who shot himself in Court with a unauthorized gun, shoot each other playing Cops and robbers in a ban (Concord Sgt.). Now sexual assault is ok too. When will this end?- Jay, Concord