A San Francisco Attorney Gets 2 years in dirty DUI case

By May 29, 2014 October 18th, 2015 blog post

A former divorce lawyer involved in the San Francisco Bay area’s “dirty DUI” police scandal has been sentenced to two years on prison for illegally eavesdropping on her clients’ estranged spouses and evading taxes.



Mary Nolan was sentenced to 2 years in prison, lost her law license and had to pay $469,000.00 in unpaid income tax. She hired a private investigator (also now in prison) to install listening devices in the cars of her client’s estranged spouses to help in divorce and child custody cases. She also arranged for the private investigator to have attractive women approach the estranged husbands in bars and get them intoxicated. When the man would get behind the wheel, the PI would call the police to report them as drunk drivers.


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