70-Year-Old Transgender Attorney Sports Skintight Outfit and Flaunts Bust During Court Hearing

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A transgender attorney, 70, made a bold fashion statement in a Washington state courtroom while defending a client. Stephanie Mueller wore a revealing blue top, tight leather pants, and heavy makeup while representing a far-left activist charged with disrupting a council meeting, reports the New York Post

Iris Boardman, represented by the public defender, faces charges of first-degree criminal trespassing.

 She stated that her client, who was recorded protesting at the meeting, is


“My client has pleaded not guilty and she is not guilty — how about that?”

Mueller informed journalist Jonathan Choe after the hearing. 

Mueller, a public defender with more than 20 years of experience, claims to be potentially the only openly transgender woman trial attorney in Washington state. This was mentioned on a 2016 crowdfunding page called

“Stephanie’s Public Defense Fund.”

“Since I came out as an openly transgendered attorney I bring diversity to the practice of a law and I am a role model for the transgendered community,”

the transgender public defender noted in the post. 

“Additionally, I am also a distinctive and active voice for the civil rights of all with a particular awareness for transgender rights,”

she continued. 

The crowdfunding page, which is no longer accepting donations, was created to help the public defender purchase a cost-effective car to help her work as an attorney.

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