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Orange-Osceola attorney amends bond policy to remove 'poverty penalty'

Orange-Osceola attorney amends bond policy to remove 'poverty penalty'



2018-05-16T22:00:01+0000

The policy change means that nonviolent offenders -- such as those charged with traffic offenses or minor drug possession -- can potentially be released from jail without posting bail.

Orange-Osceola State Attorney Aramis Ayala announced Wednesday that her office has amended its bond policy and will begin recommending nonmonetary release for nonviolent offenders.


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