Broward Circuit Judge Carlos A. Rodriguez found the law wearing a scuba tank.

The Havana-born son of a Cubana de Aviacion pilot who flew Raul Castro to Czechoslovakia and read the writing on the wall, Rodriguez wound up growing up in Fort Lauderdale. His father sent the family ahead on vacation, then used a layover on a Havana to New York flight he was piloting to seek political asylum.

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