Breaking overnight — “After removal of Scott Israel, Scot Peterson seeks to dismiss charges stemming from Parkland shooting” via Ryan Nicol of Florida Politics — Attorneys for Peterson are looking to dismiss criminal charges from his failure to enter Marjorie Stoneman Douglas High School and confront the shooter during the 2018 attack. The reason for the motion? Peterson’s lawyers argue the blame lies with Israel, who was removed by lawmakers during proceedings last week. The motion follows a warning from Sen. Lauren Book that the removal of Israel could lead to such a motion. She raised those concerns as she voted to reinstate the suspended Sheriff. Peterson failed to enter the school to confront the shooter after reports of gunfire. That failure led to Peterson’s firing, though state law allows him to keep his pension. That is unless he is found guilty of a felony. ICYMI from last night’s “Last Call” newsletter — Reporters and editors at Tuesday’s Associated Press Legislative Planning Session in the Capitol didn’t get to hear from GOP House Speaker José Oliva or House Democratic Leader Kionne McGhee, who had to cancel. But AP Day in Tallahassee otherwise offered a glimpse into...