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Former BSO Sheriff Scott Israel Files Lawsuit

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Former BSO Sheriff Scott Israel Files Lawsuit

Former BSO Sheriff Scott Israel Files Lawsuit

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis says there are no grounds to overturn his suspension of former Broward Sheriff Scott Israel.

The former sheriff filed a brief to the Florida Supreme Court over the weekend.

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