Wafer’s attorney argued that no personal bias is implied but that the appearance of such could her her client.
“The risk that Judge Lillard would subconsciously use personal and/or political relationships with the prosecution to Mr. Wafer’s detriment is simply too great here.”
Wafer’s trial begins in June.
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