Who is Terrence Bradley, Nathan Wade's former divorce lawyer, who was scheduled to testify in the Georgia case?

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

Defendants in her wide-ranging election fraud case, including former President Trump, have accused Willis of misconduct by lying about the start of her relationship with colleague Nathan Wade, who is also working on Trump's case.

Bradley was Wade's law partner and served as his divorce attorney as of 2021. Revelations from last month's divorce case raised questions about the timeline of Willis and Wade's relationship, which were central to allegations that Willis sought personal gain in hiring Wade.

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

Bradley had previously taken the stand this month but said he could not comment on the couple's relationship, citing attorney-client privilege with Wade. Wade objected to the questioning, arguing it could “unlawfully compel” Bradley to reveal private information.

Judge Scott McAfee called Bradley back to the witness stand on Tuesday and asked him to answer some questions in more detail.

Bradley has practiced law in Georgia since 2007 after receiving his law degree from John Marshall Law School in Atlanta.

His testimony on Tuesday is crucial to attempts by Trump's lawyers to have Willis removed from his case, citing allegations of misconduct.

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