Mr. Scout is the kind of lawyer who would put Saul Goodman to shame. We don't put that lightly, either—Scout is all too happy to bend to Lady Booby's will: "The utmost that was in the power of a lawyer, was to prevent the law's taking effect; and that he himself could do for her ladyship as well as any other […]" (4.3.1). Yeah, this dude is corrupt with a capital K. Scout immediately comes up with a scheme to throw Fanny and Joseph in jail, even though the crime they supposedly commit is miniscule.
Mr. Booby is totally shocked that such corruption exists: "Would you commit two persons to Bridewell for a twig?" (4.5.3). Scout is totally proud of his dastardly scheme, which tells you a lot about how far he's willing to go. It's not unusual for Lady Booby to try to manipulate everyone around her, but Scout doesn't have a problem sacrificing innocent people for the lady's approval. This dude should be disbarred.