Justice James E.C. Perry, who has reached the mandatory retirement age, announced Monday he will retire on Dec. 30, giving Gov. Rick Scott the opportunity to pick his replacement before the term expires in January.
Justice James E.C. Perry, who has reached the mandatory retirement age, announced Monday he will retire on Dec. 30, giving Gov. Rick Scott the opportunity to pick his replacement before the term expires in January. Courtesy of the Florida Supreme Court
Justice James E.C. Perry, who has reached the mandatory retirement age, announced Monday he will retire on Dec. 30, giving Gov. Rick Scott the opportunity to pick his replacement before the term expires in January. Courtesy of the Florida Supreme Court

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