The disgraced former Maine ADA, Mary Kellett was the first prosecutor in that state’s history to be sanctioned and have her license to practice law suspended for misconduct. It cost her her job as a prosecutor. Now she’s a low-end, court-appointed defense hack. She recently gave a talk on providing services to the indigent.
In her own immutable style, she said:
“For example, the department might tell a mother that she can keep custody of her child if she stays away from an abusive boyfriend. It is then up to the mother to make the decision, and a custody case may or may not result from that decision.”
Now, from a wife and mother who went through it personally, let’s remember what that actually means in practice for the likes of Kellett :
Mary Kellett. Same as she ever was.