Incoming Orange-Osceola state legal professional fires 5 staff earlier than getting into workplace

Incoming Orange-Osceola state attorney fires 5 employees before entering office

ORANGE COUNTY, Fla. – Incoming Orange-Osceola Prosecutor Monique Worrell has told five employees that they will not be retained when she takes office in January.

Three deputy prosecutors and two investigators were informed in writing this week that they will be released.

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“Voters elected me with a promise to continue and improve criminal justice reform and police accountability in this community while focusing on the cases that cause serious harm to those living in the 9th District. I am delighted to inherit employees who are so committed to these goals, ”Worrell wrote. “Unfortunately, there were a small number of people we had to lay off in order to find someone who was top-down with our priorities. We appreciate your service to this office and wish you all the best in your future endeavors. “

The local public prosecutor’s office employs around 400 people. Interviews will be held to replace the five employees who will be made redundant effective January 5th.

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