Lordy be it’s like the early 90s again.
The ABC is once again letting us know about turmoil in David Eastman’s legal team:
Today it has been revealed the ACT’s Director of Public Prosecutions has challenged the appearance of three key legal representatives.
Lawyer Terry O’Donnell is to stand aside because he may be called as a witness.
Barrister John Harris also plans to stand down, and Alyn Doig who was a prosecutor during the early days of the case, says he is taking legal advice, but is also likely to step aside.