Judge Robert Adrian court controversy consumes community, gains national foothold

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Quincy Attorney Drew Schnack represented Drew Clinton in the sexual assault case that saw Judge Robert Adrian overturn his own previous guilty verdict. Schnack has continued to serve as a spokesperson for Clinton and spent most of Thursday discussing the case with members of the national media.

QUINCY — Attorney Drew Schnack’s week didn’t go exactly as planned.

Following the initial Muddy River News report on January 7 which detailed Judge Robert Adrian’s decision to reverse his October verdict regarding a sexual assault case, the story has gained traction.

Schnack, who represented Drew Clinton in the case that saw and has continued to serve as a spokesperson for Clinton, spent most of Thursday discussing the case with members of the national media.

His call sheet looked like more like something you would see for Alan Dershowitz or Gloria Allred, attorneys who regularly take on national cases and discuss them on CNN, FOX and MSNBC.

The Washington Post, CNN, Inside Edition, FOX News and Good Morning America all wanted time from the Quincy defense attorney who has practiced law in his hometown with his family firm for more than 40 years from their office across Vermont Street from the Adams County Courthouse.

Muddy River News was given access to Schnack while he did two of those interviews, the ones with Inside Edition and Good Morning America. You can see the full interviews in the YouTube link at the top of the story.

Cameron Vaughan, the young woman who had the sexual encounter with Clinton last May that she said was forced upon her, has agreed to discuss the matter with Muddy River News, but she postponed a scheduled Friday interview, agreeing to do so at a later date.

Muddy River News spoke with Vaughan’s father in its first story on the matter.

Her interview with Inside Edition is linked below:

Cameron Vaughan on Inside Edition

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