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Pinellas circuit judge hospitalized during recess at courthouse

LARGO — A circuit judge was hospitalized Wednesday afternoon during a recess at the Pinellas County Justice Center.

Judge Michael Andrews was taken to a local hospital after suffering from a "medical episode," said Ron Stuart, spokesman for the 6th Judicial Circuit.

"Although it was not a life-threatening situation," Stuart said, "he was hospitalized for tests that are ongoing."

Pinellas circuit judge hospitalized during recess at courthouse 02/20/14 [Last modified: Thursday, February 20, 2014 12:59pm]
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