The lawyer who represented a man sentenced to life for killing four people at a bed and breakfast in 2006 has pleaded no contest to calling in bomb threats to two Wilton elementary schools, but will not spend time behind bars. Ronald Hoffman, who represented Christian Nielsen, was given a suspended sentence last week and ordered to pay nearly $6,000 for public safety responses to the threats. Hoffman was also told to stay away from both schools. The Mar. 29 threats to Cushing and Academy Hill schools forced the evacuation of 363 students.