Wesley Hadsell attorneys withdraw from case

This is an archived article and the information in the article may be outdated. Please look at the time stamp on the story to see when it was last updated.

Norfolk, Va. – Federal defense attorneys for Wesley Hadsell have been allowed to withdraw from his case.

According to the paperwork filed in court, Hadsell’s attorneys also represent another individual who has expressed interest in providing information to authorities about Hadsell.

That person could also potentially become a potential witness against Hadsell in the case against him regarding the disappearance and death of his stepdaughter, AJ Hadsell.

Due to these conflicts of interest, the attorneys sought withdraw from Hadsell’s counsel. On March 10, counsel Jason Dunn was appointed by the court to represent Hadsell.

Hadsell is currently waiting to be sentenced for one count of Possession of Ammunition by a Convicted Felon.

His sentencing was scheduled for March 18 but has been rescheduled for June 24.

 

Related:

Anjelica “AJ” Hadsell’s disappearance and death one year later

Wesley Hadsell pleads guilty to federal ammunition charge

Documents: Authorities believed Hadsell abducted AJ

Wesley Hadsell pleads not guilty to federal weapons charge

Norfolk teen: ‘Hadsell terrorized my family’

Hadsell letter: ‘I feel like someone is setting me up for the big one’

Wesley Hadsell indicted on possession of ammunition charges

Wesley Hadsell now facing federal weapons charge, state charges dropped

Wesley Hadsell writes poem for dead adopted daughter while in solitary confinement

Wesley Hadsell on upcoming court date: ‘I’m ready to fight’

Judge dismisses Jennifer Hadsell’s charges involving buying alcohol for minor

Wesley Hadsell’s mother on son’s arrest, AJ’s death: ‘We are a family that has imploded’

Medical Examiner: AJ Hadsell died from “Acute Heroin Poisoning”

Grand Jury indicts Wesley Hadsell on 6 felony charges

Norfolk Tides taking action to renovate local Little League park

A.J. Hadsell’s aunt suspects more than one person responsible for missing teen’s death

Grammar goof or clues in a crime?

 

 

Notice: you are using an outdated browser. Microsoft does not recommend using IE as your default browser. Some features on this website, like video and images, might not work properly. For the best experience, please upgrade your browser.