TALLAHASSEE, FL (WTXL) - A witness in one of the the trials involving the murder of an FSU law professor has been scheduled to arrive in Tallahassee at the end of October.
Imran Hussain was in the custody of the Florida Department of Corrections prior to FSU professor Dan Markel's murder according to court documents. However now Hussain will be moved to the capitol city to serve as a witness for Luis Rivera, one of the men accused of killing of Markel.
The court document said that Rivera's attorneys need Hussain as a witness for the case.
Hussain is currently being held at South Bay Correctional Facility and will be transported to the Leon County Courthouse on October 26th, the day of Rivera's jury trial.
He will be returned to South Bay following the conclusion of Rivera's trial that is scheduled for November 2nd.