Who is Terrence Bradley, Nathan Wade's ex-divorce lawyer asked to testify in Georgia case

Terrence Bradley took the stand Tuesday in the latest hearing on alleged misconduct by Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis, who faces questions about her relationship with a fellow prosecutor. 

Defendants in her sweeping election racketeering case, including former President Trump, have accused Willis of misconduct by lying about when her relationship began with fellow prosecutor Nathan Wade, who is also working on Trump’s case. 

Bradley was Wade’s law partner and served as his divorce attorney starting in 2021. Revelations from the divorce case last month raised questions about the timeline of Willis and Wade’s relationship, which is central to claims that Willis sought personal benefits by hiring Wade.

An acquaintance of Willis’ testified in that divorce case that the relationship began in 2019, before divorce proceedings began.

Bradley previously took the stand this month, but said that he could not speak on the pair’s relationship, citing attorney-client privilege with Wade. Wade objected to the questioning, arguing it could “unlawfully compel” Bradley to disclose private information.

Judge Scott McAfee called Bradley to the stand again on Tuesday, ordering him to answer some questions in more detail.

Bradley has worked as an attorney in Georgia since 2007 after receiving a law degree from John Marshall Law School in Atlanta.

His testimony Tuesday is key in Trump’s attorneys’ attempts to disqualify Willis from his case, citing misconduct allegations. 

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