Wade Seeks to Block Attorney-Judge Talk in Ga. Trump Case

Fulton County’s special prosecutor, Nathan Wade, moved to prevent a private meeting between his former divorce attorney and the judge overseeing the case involving Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis and her prosecution of former President Donald Trump in Georgia.

Wade’s ex-law partner, Terrence Bradley, who represented Wade in his divorce, refrained from addressing inquiries regarding Wade’s ties with Willis during last week’s hearing on a motion to disqualify Willis, citing attorney-client confidentiality, the Daily Caller reported.

During the hearing, Judge Scott McAfee hinted at conducting a closed-door “in-camera” review of the information claimed to be privileged with Bradley to resolve these confidentiality assertions.

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