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Crime Defense attorney in Wilson County teen shooting death asks to withdraw

19:40  15 october  2019
19:40  15 october  2019 Source:   tennessean.com

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The defense attorney for a teenager charged as an adult in the death of a Mt. Juliet High School student has asked to withdraw his services from the case.

Thomas A. Maynard, also known as Tony Maynard, has represented Ethen Vanderpool, who is charged in Wilson County with criminal homicide for the November 2018 shooting death of JayShawn Taylor, 16.

Vanderpool, now age 16, has pleaded not guilty. Vanderpool was 15-years-old when he was charged in the case — initially as a juvenile and eventually as an adult.

Maynard’s motion to withdraw as Vanderpool's defense attorney states “the defendant has not fulfilled their obligation to counsel,” but is not more specific. Efforts to reach Maynard were unsuccessful.

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A client can fire their lawyer at any time, but an attorney can only withdraw under certain conditions. In 2014, the court proceedings involving former Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio were all over the media. The events came to a head when Arpaio’s lawyer asked to withdraw from the case.

a man standing in front of a computer: Attorney Tony Maynard stands next to Ethen Vanderpool, foreground, at a previous hearing in Wilson County. Vanderpool, now 16, is charged as an adult in the shooting death of a Mt. Juliet High student last November.© File / Andy Humbles / The Tennessean Attorney Tony Maynard stands next to Ethen Vanderpool, foreground, at a previous hearing in Wilson County. Vanderpool, now 16, is charged as an adult in the shooting death of a Mt. Juliet High student last November.

The motion requests a decision made at the next hearing in the case scheduled on Nov. 13.

Vanderpool’s trial is scheduled for May 2020. It’s uncertain what impact the motion could have on the scheduled trial dates if the motion to withdraw results in a new attorney.

The 15th judicial district attorney’s office prosecuting the case does not typically take a position when a motion to withdraw by a defense attorney unless it could interfere with a trial date, Assistant District Attorney Jimmy Lea said.

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a person posing for the camera: Ethen Kain Vanderpool© Wilson County Jail Ethen Kain Vanderpool

“We have a trial date in May and will be ready to try the case at that time,” Lea said.

The shooting was reported around the 200 block of NW Clearview Drive in Wilson County on Nov. 15, 2018, according to police. There were other teenagers at the scene but no adults, police have said.

Vanderpool was home-schooled at the time he was charged. Vanderpool was previously enrolled in Wilson County Schools, Maynard has said.

Taylor and Vanderpool knew each other, police have said. Vanderpool is being held on a $1 million bond.

Reach Andy Humbles at [email protected] or 615-726-5939 and on Twitter @ AndyHumbles.

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