The Attorney General's Office has been disqualified from arguing the case against former Department of Public Health Director Art San Agustin and Health Inspector Tom Nadeau. 

In his decision, Superior Court Judge John Terlaje stated a special prosecutor be appointed within 30 days or the charges could be dismissed in its entirety. 

As KUAM reported, prosecutors allege the duo were aware that certain Guam Department of Education schools were given passing health inspection grades for inspections that never occurred.

Defense, who called for the AG to be disqualified due to a conflict, maintains they are innocent of the charges.