Mobile Alabama lawyer J. Gullatte Hunter III has been disbarred and is trying to turn his life around. In his latest brush with the law and Circuit Judge Sarah Stewart, Gullatte attempted to use the "AA get out of jail free card" one more time claiming to be going to Alcoholics Anonymous meetings twice daily, seven days a week. Facing federal charges he will be held in jail until his arraignment.
It would appear that Hunter has "hit bottom" following the Jellinek Curve which started by being arrested for embezzlement of $170,000 from his clients in a law firm, being arrested after being caught snorting cocaine in a restaurant bathroom and ending up as a cabbie where he embezzled even more money.
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One does have to wonder if Gullatte Hunter "befriended" anyone in the rooms of Alcoholics Anonymous and started any "anonymous" pyramid or ponzi schemes that are becoming so prevalent in this secret society with a track record of "anonymity?"