A trial date is set in a case that could cost the state millions.
The family of a teenager who died at a Bay County Boot Camp is suing.
Fourteen-year-old Martin Lee Anderson died after a violent struggle with guards at the juvenile facility.
The original coroner blamed the death on the teen’s Sickle Cell trait, but a second autopsy pointed to the guards who put ammonia tablets into the boy's nose, suffocating him.
Trial is set for April 16 in Tallahassee. The family wants $40 million.
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