Orange-Osceola State Attorney announces community town hall meeting series

ORANGE COUNTY, Fla. — In an effort to “bridge the gap” between residents and the legal system, State Attorney Monique Worrell will hold a series of community town hall meetings.

The meetings are part of an effort by the Orange-Osceola State Attorney community engagement team to educate the community on the criminal legal system.


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“One of my administration’s top priorities is to bridge the gap between Central Florida residents and the criminal legal system,” Worrell said.

The town halls will be held at several locations in Orange and Osceola counties.

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Worrell said the meetings will give her office a chance to hear from the communities they serve.

“These town halls will allow me and my Community Engagement team to connect with residents across Orange and Osceola counties to hear their concerns, answer their questions and solicit their feedback on how our office can better serve them,” she said.

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Meetings in Orange County are scheduled for July 26 and Nov. 15 and in Osceola County April 5, Aug. 2 and Dec. 6, with locations to be announced later.

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Matt Reeser

Matt Reeser, WFTV.com

Matt Reeser joined WFTV in 1998 as a news photographer and has worked for television stations in Kentucky and West Virginia.