ORLANDO, Fla. - Attorneys are providing a new judge an update in the case of former Florida GOP leader Jim Greer, who is set to be tried next month on charges that he funneled party money to his private company.
Prosecutors and Jim Greer's defense attorney on Tuesday will tell Circuit Judge Donald Myers if they're ready to go to trial as scheduled for Feb. 11.
Myers took over the case from Judge Marc Lubet, who is moving over to handle family law cases.
Some of the most prominent Florida Republicans are named as witnesses for Jim Greer's trial on charges that he funneled GOP money to his company. Greer is pleading not guilty to theft and other charges.
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