Judge says Nathan Wade's divorce lawyer must testify on relationship with Fulton Co. DA Fani Willis

The hearing resumes Tuesday on whether Fulton County DA Fani Willis should be disqualified from the case

The judge presiding over Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis's case has announced that the former law partner of Nathan Wade, who she is alleged to have had an intimate relationship with, will have to testify in court on his knowledge of the timeline of their relationship.  

Bradley is the former law partner of Nathan Wade and his former divorce lawyer, who defense counsel claim has direct knowledge that DA Willis and special prosecutor Nathan Wade's relationship started before he was hired in the Trump election interference case.

Willis at recent evidentiary hearing

Fulton County DA Fani Willis winks before being sworn in to testify on the hearing about an allegedly improper relationship with Nathan Wade (Screenshot/Fox News)

The judge's decision comes after an in-camera hearing Monday, which will be kept under seal, with Bradley and his lawyer, after the judge had previously said it appeared Bradley may have been misusing his attorney-client privilege. 

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