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Orange and Osceola County State Attorney Aramis Ayala. Photo: Matthew Peddie, WMFE
Intersection

The Cost Of Cash Bail


The state attorney’s office in Orange and Osceola County has begun recommending the release without bail of people charged with non-violent offences. State Attorney Aramis Ayala tells Intersection the overhaul will end the so-called ‘poverty penalty’ that discriminates against those who don’t have the resources to pay.
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Roy Austin, attorney for ninth judicial state prosecutor Aramis Ayala speaks to reporters after oral arguments at the Florida Supreme Court. Photo: Renata Sago.
Central Florida News

Ayala’s Office Operating With $1.3M Budget Cut In Rift Over Death Penalty


A $1.3 million budget cut to the Orange and Osceola state attorney’s office took effect this month. It’s the latest move in a legal rift between state attorney Aramis Ayala and Florida Governor Rick Scott over the death penalty. The money was originally appropriated as special funding to combat human trafficking and domestic violence. Victims’ rights advocates are concerned.
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