Governor Rick Scott Will Assign New Judge To Pedro Bravo Case
Governor Rick Scott will soon assign a new judge to the Alachua County Pedro Bravo case. He is the man accused of killing 18-year old Christian Aguilar last year. That's because Circuit Court Judge Martha Lott is retiring-- as of today.
At a retirement party today, friends and colleagues recounted Lott's achievements over 22 years at the Alachua County Criminal Courthouse. Lott was appointed the first female circuit judge at the courthouse in 1997. Before that she served as an Alachua County Judge six years.
Lott was overseeing the Pedro Bravo case but now Governor Scott will choose one of five names to be the new circuit judge. Judge Peter Sieg will preside over the next Bravo Case Management Hearing on June 11th.
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