State Attorney Monique Worrell spoke on a panel Thursday evening in Pine Hills. The event was focused on addressing issues that affect Black Floridians.
Worrell addressed her recent critics speaking against her prosecution history.
“The reality is their job is to make arrests, my job is to ensure the prosecution. If they want a successful prosecutions, then they are going to need to work with me so that we can do it successfully,” Worrell said.
Following a shooting rampage that left three people dead in Pine Hills in February, Gov. Ron DeSantis, Orange County Sheriff John Mina and Osceola County Sheriff Marcos Lopez
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