State Attorney Worrell discusses work to build ‘better cases’ with law enforcement

ORLANDO, Fla. — State Attorney Monique Worrell held a news conference Friday to talk about the work being done to build “better cases” with law enforcement.


Worrell spoke about the law enforcement training workshop around 12:30 p.m.

According to a news release, the training was related to improving collaboration with prosecutors and law enforcement.

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The state attorney’s office has recently been criticized law enforcement leaders in Orange and Osceola counties for decisions made in some high-profile cases.

Last month, Osceola County Sheriff Marcos Lopez criticized Worrell’s office saying it is failing to prosecute drug trafficking cases.

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Worrell also facing backlash from the Orlando Police Department last month after dropping charges in deadly shooting related to a deadly shooting outside of a high school football game.

Channel 9 attended the news conference and will provide updates on Eyewitness News.

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