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Justice Donald Alexander of Maine; apologist for Attorney Misfits

 
The state of Maine presented Donald G. Alexander with a law license in 1968 after he graduated from the University of Chicago Law School.
 
In 1998, former Gov. Angus King was duped into appointing Donald as a Justice of the Maine Supreme Court. Donald didn’t obtain this appointment because he was the most qualified jurist or attorney in Maine, he received the appointment because he acted as a compliant lackey for the local political hacks for many, many years.
 
In April 2013, former attorney F. Lee Bailey had the audacity to apply for a law license with the Maine Board of Bar Examiners.
 
This is the same F. Lee Bailey that was disbarred by the state of Florida and Massachusetts for engaging in a variety of egregious misconduct involving his representation of convicted drug dealer Claude DuBoc. Bailey transferred a large portion of DuBoc’s assets into his own accounts, using the interest on the assets to pay his personal expenses.
 
In fact, Bailey spent at 44 days in a federal prison before he was released after he repaid millions of dollars worth of stock in a pharmaceutical company he had transferred from DuBoc’s assets. Put simply, F. Lee found it acceptable to pay himself millions of dollars that he absolutely knew came about from his client’s sale of cocaine
 
When the Board of Bar Examiners voted 5 to 4 to deny Bailey’s application for a law license, he appealed to the Maine Supreme Court. Subsequently, Justice Alexander denied Bailey’s appeal, but said in his asinine decision that he would reconsider if Bailey offers a plan to repay the nearly $2 million he owes in back taxes to the federal government.
 
It is plainly clear that Justice Alexander is nothing more than a die-in-the-wool enabler for Attorney Misfits. When Bailey applied to reinstate his license in Massachusetts, they told him to take a hike.
 
As we speak (ca. June 2013), Justice Alexander continues to sit as a Justice on the Maine Supreme Court.
 

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