The search continues for an attorney for the man accused of poisoning the oaks at Toomers Corner.
A third court- appointed attorney doesn't want to represent the man accused of poisoning the Toomer's live oaks.
Jerry Levins filed a motion this afternoon citing an "irreconcilable conflict" between himself and defendant Harvey Updyke Junior.
The judge has not ruled on the request.
he replaced Jerry Hauser, who also filed a motion today to withdraw from the case.
Hauser was appointed last Friday after Philip Tyler was allowed to withdraw after citing conflicts.
Updyke faces a preliminary hearing on March second.
He's charged with criminal mischief.