Mystery person's ID sealed in Jim Greer case — for now
ORLANDO (AP) — The identity of a person who wants to keep some documents from being released in the criminal trial of a former Republican Party of Florida chair will be kept under wraps for a bit longer.
Documents the mystery person doesn't want released will be sealed for seven days while the person's attorney decides whether to appeal, Circuit Judge Marc Lubet ruled Wednesday.
The judge last week denied the person's request to stop the documents from being released.
The mystery person said they were defamatory.
The Associated Press filed a motion opposing efforts to seal the documents.