Judge Rules No Attorney-Client Privilege for Witness Who Can Blow Fani Willis Scandal Wide Open – EVOL

Judge McAfee has concluded that the attorney for Nathan Wade must retake the stand at the Fani Willis hearings and that he must answer questions that are not protected by the attorney-client privilege.

“A witness in the ongoing Fulton County district attorney disqualification controversy met behind closed doors with the judge overseeing the case Monday,” two lawyers involved with the case confirmed to 11Alive.

“The witness, Terrence Bradley, is a former law partner and one-time divorce attorney for special prosecutor Nathan Wade,” the report continued.

“Defense attorneys have asked Fulton County Judge Scott McAfee to disqualify both Wade and District Attorney Fani Willis, alleging they financially benefitted from a romantic relationship they shared during their ongoing prosecution of former president Donald Trump and co-defendants accused of interfering with the 2020 election in Georgia,” 11Alive added.

The development was also noted by legal analyst Phil Holloway on X.


Judge rules no attorney-client privilege for #FaniWillis “special prosecutor” Nathan Wade’s former lawyer

This means he will have to testify about potentially incriminating texts and other information that could prove Willis affair started earlier than she said

— Phil Holloway ✈️ (@PhilHollowayEsq) February 26, 2024

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