Pedro Bravo Trial Pushed Back Again
GAINESVILLE- Pedro Bravo learned yesterday at a case management hearing that his trial will be pushed back again.
The judge in the case will be changing again for administrative reasons.
Bravo's lawyers have also asked for more time to interview the witnesses.
Bravo is accused of killing University of Florida student Christian Aguilar last year and dumping his body in Levy County.
The next case hearing will be January 14th.
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