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Judge Rejects Young Thug Motion to Disqualify Lead Prosecutor

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The judge rejected Young Thug plea to remove the chief prosecutor from the RICO case against him and his YSL collective.

Thugger filed a move to remove Chief Deputy District Attorney Adriane Love from handling the well-known case through his legal representative Brian Steel.

They maintained that Love “seriously threaten[ed]” to monitor the trial. Thug is entitled to a just trial.

According to the request, Love had improperly interjected herself into the case and, as a result of her questioning of a witness throughout the trial, had effectively turned into an unsworn witness.

In response to the request young thug make concerning the prosecutor, the office of Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis stated that the defence “provide[d] no compelling authority for the proposition that her disqualification is required.”


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Judge Ural Glanville ruled on the motion on Thursday, April 4, siding with the prosecution and stating that Love may continue the trial.

After four months of proceedings, the trial doesn’t seem to be getting any closer to a resolution.

Just around 40 of the 153 witnesses named in the lawsuit have testified thus far. At least the rest of the year is anticipated to be affected.

Since the beginning of the trial, there has been a great deal of drama, including the arrest of a YSL defence lawyer in the courtroom on gang-related charges.

Tenquarius Mender’s lawyer, Nicole Fegan, was taken into custody in February and accused with engaging in illegal street gang activity as well as soliciting others to commit the crime of tampering with evidence. She had already succeeded in separating Mender’s case from the cases of the other defendants.