February 27, 2024

Judge Order Wade Business Partner to Testify in Willis Hearing

The one thing that became clear during the hearing to see if Willis should be removed from the RICO case in Fulton County was that Nathan Wade’s legal partner did not really understand the concept of attorney-client privilege.

When Terrance Bradley initially testified, he refused to speak on certain aspects of the divorce due to privilege.

Judge Scott McAfee, however, has decided that Bradley must take the stand again.

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This all got started when Trump co-defendant Michael Roman filed a motion regarding the Wade-Willis relationship.

McAfee is now going to decide if there was a clear conflict of interest in the case and if Willis needs to be removed.

Trump attorneys are now trying to get cell phone data introduced as part of the argument that Wade and Willis were involved long before this case was ever brought against Trump, with the allegation that there were financial benefits for Wade as Willis’ lover.

The new filing by the Trump legal team shows almost three dozen visits by Nathan Wade to the neighborhood where Willis was living before he had been hired on to her legal team.

Wade has denied this, saying that he was not at her condo more than 10 times before he was hired in November 2021 as a prosecutor for the case.

If the Defense is able to prove that some financial gain was made on the part of Willis or Wade as a result of that relationship, Willis will likely be removed, but that will not dismiss the case against Trump.

Whoever comes in to replace Willis would have the option of dropping or proceeding with the case, and Trump is clearly hoping for the former.

With Bradley scheduled to testify this week, this issue should be resolved fairly quickly, so we will keep an eye out for the testimony and comments by McAfee after the fact to see if we can get a feel for how this decision will fall.

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