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Legal license of co-defendant in murder of Jennifer Dulos placed on interim suspension

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HARTFORD, Conn. (WTNH) — Kent Mawhinney, former civil lawyer to Fotis Dulos and current co-defendant in the murder of Jennifer Dulos, is being temporarily barred from practicing law.

RELATED: Grave-like hole, bags of lime found on land of Gun Club founded by one-time Dulos attorney, Kent Mawhinney

Kent Mawhinney was arrested in early January for conspiracy to commit murder in the case of missing New Canaan mother, Jennifer Dulos. He was not able to post his $2 million bond and remains behind bars.

RELATED: Kent Mawhinney remains behind bars, neighbors shocked by his involvement in Dulos murder investigation

Tuesday, Mawhinney’s legal licence was placed on interim suspension by a Hartford Superior Court.

RELATED: Attorney charged with violating protective order after having Fotis Dulos reach out to estranged wife

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