XXXTENTACION Murder Suspect, according to reports, Struggling to Keep the Lawyer
A conflict of interest.
Broward County, FL – Robert Allen, the XXXTENTACION suspect of murder that is alluded authorities for more than a month after the rap star June 2018, and death, and has yet another obstacle ahead.
According to documents obtained by The Explosion, the public defender that was assigned for the exercise of their right to a fair trial among a jury of their peers is to leave the ship.
Allen, 22, was declared indigent (a.k.a. I could not afford an attorney) and the office of the Public Defender was assigned to take on the case. But seeing that the Public Defender's office already represents Dedrick Williams, the first suspect to be arrested for X's murder, they cited a conflict of interest, while the presentation of documents to the fall of Allen while stating that "the interests of Mr. Williams are adverse to the interests of Allen and this adverse interest should be the subject of effective cross-examination."
A hearing is scheduled for Wednesday (1 August).
Allen was arrested July 25 after the u.s. Marshals Southeast Regional Fugitive Task Force found him lying low at his sister Eastman, Georgia home. Williams was arrested on June 20.
Both have been charged with first-degree murder and armed robbery with a firearm at the side of Michael Boatwright, and Trayvon Newsome (who remains at large as of press time).
Training: Peep the XXXTENTACION murder suspects in their entirety.
The indictment alludes to Boatwright and Newsome to be named as the real shooters in the murder.