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

The Dulos Case

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.

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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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