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Prosecutor moves to remove former ADAs from defending another client
by Debbie Lurie-Smith
Jul 17, 2014 | 1539 views | 0 0 comments | 25 25 recommendations | email to a friend | print
It seemed like déjà vu in Jones County Superior Court last week as a team of former prosecutors were once again being challenged on their attempt to represent criminal defendants.

Superior Court Judge James Cline presided over the hearing that ended without a decision, which is not the norm for the judge.

The firm of Bushway and Waystack is made up of Gregory Bushway and Keagan Waystack, who were former assistant district attorneys for Jones County until September of 2013.

The case in question is a probation modification for Tarra Shekenia Wiggins, and after hearing the arguments of both sides, Cline said he wanted to reserve his ruling until Bushway had a ‘heart to heart’ conversation with his client about her situation.

During his arguments, the defense attorney made the statement that he feared his client would be punished because he is representing her, and Cline agreed.

“I think your concern is well founded,” the judge said.

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