February 27, 2024

Nathan Wade's Divorce Lawyer Required to Testify About Fani Willis Relationship

The judge overseeing Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis' case announced Monday that Terrence Bradley, the former law partner of special prosecutor Nathan Wade, will testify in court regarding his knowledge of the timeline of the intimate relationship between Willis and Wade.

Defense counsel asserted that Bradley had direct knowledge suggesting that Willis and Wade's relationship began before Wade was hired in the election interference case involving former President Donald Trump.

Bradley, who also served as Wade's former divorce lawyer, is expected to resume testimony on Tuesday afternoon.

The judge's decision followed an in-camera hearing Monday with Bradley and his lawyer, prompted by concerns that Bradley may have been misusing attorney-client privilege.

Regarding data from Wade's cell phone, which Trump's legal team sought to introduce as evidence, the judge stated that he would address the matter during a scheduled hearing on Friday.

Willis and Special Prosecutor Wade were responsible for bringing the Georgia 2020 election interference case against Trump and 18 others last year.

Trump's legal team filed a response with the Fulton County Superior Court on Monday to Willis' denial following their initial filing related to the cellphone records.

An attorney for Trump claimed in a Friday filing to have evidence showing at least 35 visits by Wade to the Hapeville neighborhood before his hiring.

Wade testified last week that he visited Willis' condo fewer than 10 times before being hired in November 2021. Both Willis and Wade maintain that their relationship began in early 2022.

The timing of the attorneys' relationship is crucial to the ongoing dispute raised by Trump's attorneys, who argue that their romantic involvement compromised the integrity of the case.

The defense aims to establish the existence and extent of any financial benefit to Willis from Wade in their relationship, which forms the basis of their argument for Willis's disqualification.

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