TAMMY SYTCH: Tammy Sytchs attorney files motion to drop her as client

Posted on 6/20/122 by Colin Vassallo

PWInsider.com is reporting that Steven
deLaroche, the attorney who is representing
Tammy Sunny Sytch in her criminal case,
has filed a motion in court asking to drop
her as a client.

deLaroche, a former Chief County Judge and
Assistant States Attorney, wrote in his
motion that it is impossible for the client
and attorney to continue to work
cooperatively on the case after an impasse
was reached. Apart from that, Sytch has also
not complied with the terms of the
employment agreement, meaning that she is
not paying for his services despite agreeing
to previous terms.

It is now up to the court to approve, or
deny, the attorneys request.

Sytch, who is back in jail after a judge
revoked her bail in mid-May, was involved in
a fatal car crash that resulted in the death
of a 75-year-old man back in April. She was
charged with one count of DUI causing death,
one count of causing death while operating a
vehicle with a suspended or revoked drivers
license, four counts of DUI causing injury
to a person, and three counts of DUI causing
damage to property.

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