Darrell Brooks’ Lawyer in Other Felony Cases Seeks to Stop Defending Him

Waukesha attack suspect Darrell E. Brooks’ lawyer has moved to stop defending him in other felony cases, citing conflicts of interest after his client allegedly plowed an SUV into crowds of people attending the Christmas parade.

Filed two days after the attack, the motion claims that defense attorney Joseph Domask of Milwaukee County had “direct and indirect” relationships with “individuals, families, groups, organizations and the communities” affected by the massacre, creating a conflict of interest:

Relationships and familiarities, both direct and indirect, between Attorney Domask and members of Domask Law Office and individuals, families, groups, organizations and the communities affected by incidents arising on November 21, 2021 in the Waukesha County Holiday Parade have created a concurrent conflict of interest in Attorney Domask’s representation of Mr. Brooks in this case.

Shortly after the attack, Domask told Fox News Digital that the Waukesha community was “dear” to his heart while saying he was representing Brooks “at the moment.” – READ MORE