Maytin fights for clients
Read your article on the douche bag case and wanted to comment (“Lawyer at odds in douche bag case,” March 13, 2011, The Aspen Times).
I have known Lauren Maytin for 18 Years, and I fully understand that she can be extremely combative and aggressive, especially in support of her clients and the law. There is no one I can think of who I would want in my corner if I was accused of a crime in Aspen other than Mrs. Maytin.
That Mr. Fordham requires an active defense is likely true. That the police could have found a better way to send Mr. Fordham home to his bed to sleep it off is an unavoidable conclusion. That Mrs. Maytin and Mr. Nedlin will never get along is likely a good thing to insure that Aspenites get the justice they deserve. And maybe a mediator would be a good thing to keep Judge Fernandez-Ely from having to rule on the Constitutionality of Feminine Hygiene Products.
With many lingering questions still surrounding the fate of Aspen’s historic Old Powerhouse, City Council decided during Monday’s work session to hold off on providing staff direction on moving the preservation project forward until more information can be presented.