May 4th, 2007

Chris Keeley

Montgomery Blair Sibley with client Deborah Jeane Palfrey on Monday. "I'm a big boy, I can take it,"

Montgomery Blair Sibley with client Deborah Jeane Palfrey on Monday. "I'm a big boy, I can take it," Sibley says of criticism he's received.


The Colorful Case of A Well-Named Lawyer
Montgomery Blair Sibley's Current Client Isn't the Juiciest Part of His Story

By Neely Tucker
Washington Post Staff Writer
Friday, May 4, 2007; C01

 

Montgomery Blair Sibley, attorney for the morally impugned and legally challenged, is first and foremost Montgomery Blair Sibley, which is to say a descendant of some of the most powerful families in Washington history. Various relatives served as Lincoln's postmaster, or established Blair House, or governed Maryland or founded the Western Union Telegraph Co., or, before we forget, pretty much created Montgomery County's suburbs (yes, a Silver Spring high school bears his first two names).

Now, because his most prominent client of the moment is an alleged madam who is said to possess the names of 10,000 Washington clients, some of whom are alleged to be high-profile, he is also a busy, busy lawyer.

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