In a motion filed this past Friday, the Florida Commission on Ethics is seeking a protective order pertaining to the testimony of undercover FBI agent Mike Miller in the Andrew Gillum case.
The motion is seeking to protect the “identity and security” of the FBI undercover agent whom may be a witness in the case so that other undercover investigations are not jeopardized.
This was first reported by WCTV’s Mariel Carbone.
Probable cause was found that Gillum broke state ethics laws while on a trips to New York and Costa Rica.
The motion states that the advocate, Elizabeth Miller, anticipates calling FBI agent “Mike Miller” to testify about his interactions with Gillum and Gillum’s companions while in New York.
The motion notes that Gillum’s counsel does not oppose Miller’s telephonic appearance at deposition or the final hearing.
In another motion, the advocate is requesting that the Gillum hearing be pushed back to August due to the fact that Adam Corey’s attorney, Chris Kise, is currently in the hospital and will not be able to return to work for at least 30 days.
Corey is described as “a material witness” in the case.