Pedro Bravo to appear before court for Christian Aguilar murder
Pedro Bravo, the 19-year-old charged with Christian Aguilar’s murder, will appear before court at 2 p.m. today for case management.
Attorneys will discuss the status of the case before a judge and schedule what comes next, said spokesman Darry Lloyd of the Eighth Judicial Circuit of the State Attorney’s Office.
Bravo’s last hearing on Jan. 22 was also for case management but was rescheduled at the request of his public defender.
Aguilar’s father, Carlos Aguilar, said in an interview his family will be there to support his son.
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