Status update in case of accused Brevard deputy killers moved to July

Brandon Bradley seeking new attorney

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ORLANDO, Fla. - Docket soundings in the cases against two people accused of fatally shooting a Brevard County Sheriff's deputy were rescheduled for July on Wednesday, as reported by Local 6 partner Florida Today.

Attorneys appeared on behalf of their clients, Brandon Bradley, 22, and Andria Kerchner, 20, who are each accused of murder in the March 6 fatal shooting of Deputy Barbara Pill. The accused, who are being held in jails outside Brevard County because of potential conflicts, did not appear in court.

Bradley is scheduled to appear in court on July 11 for a hearing to discuss issues involving his attorney. Bradley is asking for a new attorney.

A docket sounding, which is a sort of status update on ongoing cases, has been reset for both Bradley and Kerchner on July 25.

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