Accused Attorney Suggests Ties To Covert Agent

, The Connecticut Law Tribune

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Even before he was arrested for fraud, investigated by grievance officials and asked a judge to keep secret his contacts with "a covert federal agent," Hartford attorney James W. Oliver was well known to state officials

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  • Kevin Gillen

    The charges against Jim Oliver are absolutely without basis and demonstrate a gross injustice against one of the most ethical and hardworking attorneys with whom I have ever had the pleasure of working with. I have known and worked with Jim since 1987. Whoever has drummed up this case and made these accusations against this man will learn are very hard lesson in the not-to-distant future. Anyone who knows Jim understands exactly what I am talking about. This is a despicable way to treat one of Connecticut's finest attorneys. The people who have made these accusations and those who assisted them should be in jail.

  • BillBoy Baggins

    Given that our current AG dropped a substantial number of Blumy's law suits, I'd say Oliver's charge of abuse of power by the AG's office is accurate.

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