Last month, the lawyers for New Hampshire’s only inmate on death row filed a motion to disqualify the entire Attorney General’s office from handling the state's reply to his appeal after the office hired a key member of inmate's defense team. They argued that former public defender Lisa Wolford, who worked full time on the case in 2009, took at least one confidential document with her when she joined the Attorney General’s office last summer as an appellate lawyer. If this allegation is proven and the AG's office did not have a screen established before Ms. Wolford joined the office, it is possible the state will have to find someone else to represent its position. But, I have not seen any reports on the outcome of the motion. The Boston Globe has the story here.
Thanks to George Conk for the link.