I received the below email this morning from Brad Conway. Brad has been representing George and Cindy Anthony but suddenly resigned this am. Apparently it has nothing to do with George and Cindy and everything to do with Casey Anthony’s attorney Jose Baez.
According to Conway, in a motion filed by the defense last week regarding documents on 4,000 Texas Equusearch volunteers, Baez claimed that Conway was given unrestricted access to look at those documents but only if he got the Anthony’s to sign a waiver of conflict of interest.
Conway said that’s not the case, the defense never spoke to him before filing the motion and now he could potentially be called as a witness by Texas Equusearch’s attorney if the judge holds a hearing on the Texas Equusearch paperwork. Texas Equusearch is fighting to keep Casey Anthonys’ attorneys from getting unrestricted access to their search documents. I am hoping to have him on the radio show next Sunday to elaborate.
With regret I am forced to resign as George and Cindy Anthonys attorney. The defense motion filed on August 9, 2010 contains allegations that are not in fact true. As an officer of the court I cannot stand idly by knowing allegations involving me have been misstated. I am now a witness to an inaccurate legal pleading filed in our court system. As such, I cannot continue in good conscience as a legal representative. George and Cindy Anthony have done nothing improper, it is the failure of the defense to verify the facts alleged in their motion that forces my withdrawal. I will continue to support the Anthonys, will continue to attend hearings and the eventual trial and most importantly I will continue to search for the full truth regarding the killing of Caylee Marie Anthony.
Bradley A. Conway, Esq.
Law Office of Bradley A. Conway
189 S. Orange Ave. Suite 1850