Bruce Cutler, the lawyer who helped mob boss John Gotti win the moniker “Teflon Don,” was unapologetic Monday in defending his lawyering skills in an unusual hearing in Brooklyn federal court.

Although Cutler’s client, ex-police officer Louis Eppolito, had been found guilty in April of committing seven murders for the mob, Cutler pronounced his work on the case “the best I ever did.”

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