Posted On: August 20, 2009 by Ronald V. Miller, Jr.

Legal Services for Sex

The Associated Press reports that a domestic lawyer in Sacramento pled no contest to four counts of sexual battery and one count of attempted sexual contact.

The prosecutor's allegations were incredible. This divorce lawyer told clients that he had a pharmacy degree and would touch them under the auspices of performing medical procedures during consultations, which, of course, are always necessary to get for a divorce lawyer. In one instance, he allegedly offered to reduce a client's bill by $5,000 if she had sex with him.

Are you kidding me? $5,000? This guy gave up a viable insanity defense.

I would like to know whether that is $5,000 off a future bill he intended to pad or whether he was actually offering to reduce the bill.