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"aramis ayala" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Was pronounced dead at Brookdale hospital this resident says. tragedy should've been watch that's the way I feel about Chris RC wonders how would child can fall out a window going to be is one of the provisions. so. police are investigating Juliet Papa ten ten wins in the city York. federal prosecutors say a U. S. army soldier shared bomb making instructions online and discussed killing left wing activists possibly targeting democratic presidential hopeful Beto o'rourke and bombing a news network CNN is reporting that news network was CNN they said twenty four year old Jarett William Smith was stationed at Fort Riley in Kansas and expressed interest in going to Ukraine to fight with far right groups the justice department says Smith has been charged with distributing information related to explosives and weapons of mass destruction Wednesday's time eight forty three prosecutors say they're dropping charges against two six year old students who were arrested at their Florida elementary school one of the children's grandparents says the girl was handcuffed fingerprinted and had her mug shot taken after she threw a tantrum in class state attorney Aramis Ayala I can assure you that there will be no criminal prosecution for misdemeanor battery for these elementary children in my name or on my watch police in Orlando have launched an internal investigation into the police resource officer who arrested the girl and the boy in separate incidents the Orlando Sentinel is reporting that officer Dennis Turner was charged with aggravated child abuse in nineteen ninety eight in connection with his own seven year old son and was reprimanded in twenty sixteen for using excessive force winds news time eight forty four and now this message you work hard for your money..
"aramis ayala" Discussed on The Takeaway
"That the author is making up the existence of drugs or guns or whatever it may be but they're lying about their constitutional rationale for that that stop in the first place you have spoken to an about a number of. Da's doing this across the country. How widespread is this right. Now we have major and your cities across the country Philadelphia Orlando Saint Louis or reporting show New York that are developing these databases but the real question is how much are these databases actually going to contain because if prosecutors are unle- including things that judges and other bodies have already made for them. They're really doing the bare minimum to not be liable for stuff that could come up from other sources but if they're not including the internal information that they themselves elves no the vast majority of police lying will continue to slip through cracks you mentioned Philadelphia. Da Larry Crasner and he feels pretty strongly about the need need for these systems. Let's take a listen to what he had to say. What democracy can put up with a system where the cops get their paycheck and they get to show up if they feel like it and we have to to assume they're telling the truth when we know that's probably not true in a particular case in order to do that. I mean that's a kidnapping that is not actually a criminal justice system that is a criminal justice. Justice System kidnapped by corrupt police officers with prosecutors who are entirely complicit to me. That's absolutely disgusting. Larry Crasner has some pretty strong language language there. was that what you found with other folks other ways that you talk to. Yes so our story interviewed over a dozen New York former or current prosecutors across all five boroughs and what we got through interviews is an overwhelming sense of. Da's know that there's problems officers lying there's problems with DA's tracking officers lying but they felt their supervisors and their agencies overall didn't want to do as thorough a job as possible of that kind and of tracking because they would start to get backlash from the Police Department who they rely on to make their cases so Larry Crasner also told you about a recent example sample of this database being put to use that involve to police witnesses to a crime. Tell us about that in court there were two police least witnesses who weren't supposed to be talking to each other but outside in the hallways they were speaking to each other which could mean they were getting their story straight. It's not clear we weren't privy to that conversation but they weren't bottom line supposed to be speaking with one another. One of Larry Krassner prosecutors saw that in the hallway one of those officers gets on the a stand and under oath as asked about. Did you have a conversation with this other officer and said that he did not he swore that he did not so he lied in open court but but there's no way to prove that right it's only something the prosecutor knew because he saw it so he went and made a memo and now that that assessment of ally is in the Philadelphia prosecutors database so that when the officer comes up in the future. Da's will be able to disclose that lie and keep all parties informed of this officers history. You mentioned that this is happening in other states around the country in Orlando Prosecutor Aramis Ayala Yala who's the state attorney for the Judicial Circuit Court of Florida has a separate list for dishonest cops and here. She is talking about those exerting a certain level of violence mishandling evidence. Those are things that would be on the exclusion list and contrast when you look at the alert list list. Those are the ones that we have a little suspicion. You know you gotta comb through this with a fine tooth comb but we are not willing to compromise the safety of this community by questioning this person's credibility. How does what's happening in Orlando compared to what you've seen in New York and perhaps Philadelphia. Those lists differently set up both crasner Interro Messiah aren't saying any with anything wrong. We're going to blacklist you. They're saying we want to collect data to establish potential patterns and once we're sure of a pattern through further investigation. WE'RE NOT GONNA call this officer anymore because we can't vouch for their credibility in New York. What we've heard often often from foreign prosecutors is again. We don't WanNa ruin officers career over something we're not sure of but the problem is if you never track the red flags in the first place you'll never establish a pattern and realize how big the problem actually is. George Joseph is a reporter covering criminal justice here at WNYC and all this latest reporting was done with Alli Winston of the appeal and we'll have a link to more on this story at our website the takeaway dot Org George. Thanks so much thanks for having yeah.
"aramis ayala" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"A new report presented to the public this morning by state attorney Aramis Ayala who adds she's formerly clearing all of the officers and deputies involved read about it by tapping into the news button in the news ninety six point five WDBO app in jail right now are three men deputies believe barged into an east Orange County home last month and killed twenty year old Alex Cora probable causes already been found for first degree felony murder and burglary of a dwelling with assault or battery Orange County deputies say Daiquan gathers junior Michael Soto and Ashley Webb tried to rob the home on port symbol. Avenue and shot Korea before running a go fund me account set up for his family says Korea laid his life on the line to protect them. They took my life away. You know, they took my heart. We now know the victim stabbed one of the attackers during a home invasion. Investigators were able to find a hospital where someone had shown up with stab wounds and that helped lead to the suspects Katrina scales. News ninety six point five WDBO all near the man who lives next to the Orange County animal sanctuary destroyed in a fire early this month promises to help the owner rebuild. Brian Rampal says he got threats from people accusing him of setting the fire even after the fire marshal ruled out arson. I just wanna to tell people they should know the facts before they they accuse anyone or anything of something, that's company, Iran. Rainfall says his barking dogs will come up while the house was on fire, and he asked his wife to call nine one one for help the neighbors had been in a public feud about noise and escaped animals just days before the fire. Scott just goes to show you that you can't really judge a book by its cover. Sometimes you just have to wait for the facts to come rushing to judgment, absolutely, speak the truth. Mr wexler. Thank you. My man twelve fifty here. News ninety six.
"aramis ayala" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Six point five. Caputo? You were just looking up the the death toll from what was it the Panama Canal? Yeah. Jove and how many people died building the Panama Canal? Well, one estimate is twenty two thousand people. So, but but most of those if I'm not mistaken most of those are like from malaria because of the mosquitoes in the jungles of Panama. Yeah. Diseases accidents among them because I I lived in Las Vegas for while. And there's there's lore about Vegas about how many people died building Hoover dam, and and there's there's interesting lore that goes with that some of the bodies are still encased in the concrete in Hoover dam. I don't know to what extent that's true. It's it's it certainly is lower. But you don't come to an eye for alternate project. Switch two point three billion dollars. And so far four lives. Two point three billion and four lives. Spent on this project for I four that's not gonna add a single lane to the twenty one mile project only, adding toll lanes, they're gonna redo the lanes, but they're not adding any width they're not adding any volume to the actual lanes. They're just adding toll lanes is that worth four people dying in two point three billion dollars. Let us know what you think is the open mic in the news ninety six point five WDBO app. Five ten now on Orlando's morning news. I'm recopied up Marsha Taylor. President Trump, of course, delivers his state of the union address tonight. It's a week behind schedule because they partial government shutdown. The guest list includes a snapshot of the key political messages. The president will highlight it includes a family whose loved one was killed by an undocumented immigrant survivors of the tree of life synagogue, and a benefactor of Trump's tax Bill Democrats had chosen former Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams to deliver. The rebuttal Abrahams will be the first African American woman to do. So. That's reporter Mona apathy. And the prosecutor who let state attorney Aramis Ayala left state attorney Aramis sales office now challenging her for the job Ryan Williams left. The ninth judicial circuit to go to the fifth in two thousand seventeen after governor Scott took capital murder cases away from Aramis Ayala that was after she announced I will not be seeking death penalty Williams chose the fifth circuit. So he could continue prosecuting homicide cases. The governor took away from her though, I Allah reversed her policy Williams did not go back to the night. He kicks off his campaign with an announcement. And Wintergarden later this morning at ten Gene Wexler, News ninety six point five WDBO. Good morning. It's five eleven on Orlando's morning news. Updated weather.
"aramis ayala" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Four storm still on its way to the coast of the Carolinas and Virginia Duke Energy, Florida, sending resources to support the storm response north and South Carolina. They tell us they're leaving early tomorrow morning for the Carolinas. Over Volusia homeowner and Edgewater. Fires shots at an intruder prompting lockdowns at two nearby schools the shooting happened on India palm driver. India palm drive putting Indian river and Edgewater elementary schools on lockdown as a precaution. Those lockdowns were lifted everyone is okay, I checked on that another court day for accused murderer and cop killer Markeith Loyd. Today's hearing focused on a motion to drop the death penalty, Markeith Loyd case, as you may know state attorney Aramis Ayala was removed from prosecuting Lloyd by governor Rick Scott that after she said her office wouldn't seek the death penalty in any case. She sued him in lost. Here's what Lloyd's attorney argued today in court about that decision. I think it's wrong for the governor's office to have the power to step in and saying they don't agree with a sitting state attorney, duly elected state attorneys determinations after hearing both sides judge Frederick Lawton meet his ruling I'm going to deny the motion to strike the death penalty. Notice in this case. Loyd will face separate trials next year for his crimes Ray, computer is ninety six point five WDBO the Orange County property appraiser says he's fighting the largest employer in the area to make sure that DisneyWorld pays its fair share of taxes back in July. A judge will that the county should reimburse Disney some one point two million dollars. But Rick sink says Disney low balled the value of its yacht and beach club, and he is appealing. All right. What do you think beard or no beard to huge debate? Gotta get to this one Alex trebek's launches the new season of jeopardy with facial hair..
"aramis ayala" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"News ninety six point five WDBO, Kevin refuse Orlando police helping nab one of three suspects in a murder for hire. Case the victim. An army veteran originally police thought Carlos Cruz. Zetsche of a Rio was killed on Veterans Day in Daytona Beach for his truck he was shot several times in his head. Carlos turns out, the victim was scheduled to testify in a road rage case that case was dropped. But the defendant who's a felon hired a hitman that involved his girlfriend. You gotta. Once again illustrate the white is cheap. Or restrict the gunman was caught trying to board a flight out of Orlando to escape capture. Joe ruble, news ninety six point five WDBO. Accused cop killer Markeith Loyd wants to put Orange County's head prosecutor on the stand as part of his defense. Lloyd's lawyers. Just filing a motion to call row Aramis Ayala during the penalty phase of his trials if he's convicted I l announcing her opposition to the death penalty shortly after Loyd was indicted for the murder of his pregnant ex-girlfriend shut eight Dixon and Orlando police Lieutenant Debra Clayton. The defense wants her to tell the jury why she wasn't going to try to execute the accused killer, I l has been off the case for a year and a half after the governor resigned to another state attorney's office and investigators are pursuing manslaughter charges in the case of an off-duty police officer shot and killed her neighbor in Dallas officer in uniform arrived home for work, but she mistakenly walked into the apartment next door belonging to old bought him. Gene, thinking, he was an intruder in her own home. She drew. You her gun and fired at least one fatal shot. Dallas police chief Rene hall declined to speculate. If fatigue may have contributed to the shooting that the officers blood was drawn to be tested for drugs and alcohol Katrina scales. News ninety six point five WDBO Lake County, deputies arrested a woman for lighting some of her fiancee's belongings on fire, including live ammunition that ended up hitting a home. It happened. At north Joanna avenue into varies on Tuesday. Holly cook charged with criminal mischief. Investigators say cook was angry at her fiance for not coming home and burn some of his possessions in the front yard. It turns out live ammunition was also in the fire at least one round went into the front window of the home. Thankfully, nobody was hurt. Tony when people say, Florida, man, or Florida woman. Politely like to refer them to this story. Once again, Cav you needed to reference it with what the heck is wrong with people. I mean, and where did the live ammunition even come from there? I was just carrying it around in his in his pocket. It just had a random rounder to Chen. Right. But but but then again does that surprise you like you said here in Florida six twelve and news ninety six point.
"aramis ayala" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"I'm Gene Wexler, all new this noon. Accused cop killer Markeith Loyd wants to put Orange County's head prosecutor on the stand. As part of his defense toys, lawyers just filed a motion to call Aramis Ayala during the penalty phase of his trial. If he's convicted announced their opposition to the death penalty. Shortly after Loyd was indicted for the murders of his pregnant ex-girlfriend shot, eight Dixon and related police Lieutenant Debra Clayton. The defense wants her to tell the jury why she was going to try to execute the accused killer, I l has been the case for a year and a half after governor Scott reassigned it to another state attorney's office. Kevin refuses ninety six point five WDBO jobs report here economy. Two hundred one thousand jobs in August, unemployment remains unchanged at three point nine percent. The biggest gains were in professional and business services, healthcare and wholesale trade onto the White House their termined to root out the insider who wrote a damaging op Ed about the administration in the New York Times New York Times reporting the White House has a list of twelve suspects. At least ten top administration officials have publicly denied writing it Senator rand Paul suggesting staffers take polygraph tests, ABC's Emily rouse has offshore bookies are taking bets on who. It is today. In President Trump is spending a second day out of Washington. President Trump is on the road today holding campaign events in North Dakota and South Dakota helmet. It was supporters behind closed doors and later deliver remarks at fundraisers in both states ABC's. Karen Travers says the president's maintaining an aggressive campaign schedule until the November midterms as he defends his record and tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk drinks, whiskey and takes a hit a joint of marijuana and to. Abaco live on YouTube. He was recording an episode of Joe Rogan's podcast when he puffed the cigarette. They were in California where recreational weed is legal nonetheless. Those tells those stock is down five percent at one point tesla. Shares were down eight percent this morning just hours after the marijuana incident. Definitely an unconventional, dude. And something he probably shouldn't have done looking at those stock prices, right? And I watched the video he didn't seem to like it. I don't know. He didn't he took one little puff made a really weird face which. Tapping. Yeah, he didn't it didn't seem like it was a normal thing. And he even said that he's not a usual marijuana smoker. He calls marijuana a Cup of coffee in reverse. All right, gene. Thank you may twelve o five.
"aramis ayala" Discussed on Pod Save the People
"So my piece of news uh is a recent decision from the florida supreme court which um declined to return twenty nine deathpenalty cases that uh governor rick scott florida took away from um state attorney aramis ayala in central florida and so the back story of this is uh adam is i allah is the first black state attorney in florida in florida's history in so to give you some con bags about that um are twenty state attorneys at any given time in florida i these are elected positions at nb this 100 and seventy or some odd years of florida history you think about every four years there are electing twenty state attorneys and for the first time ever on a black state attorney was elected aramis ayala decided upon being elected that she would not seek the death penalty for for anyone i citing a rich literature i and in research that suggests that uh people who are convicted and sentenced to death oftentimes end up being innocent um and it is a racially disproportionate group of people so a a black defendant is three times more likely to have a jury recommend the death penalty than a white defendant in a similar case i and so she said that the state should be killing people essentially end and because of that decision the governor of florida rick scott republican governor decided to transfer all deathpenalty cases away from her a two and ocala 'akaola state attorney so that these people could be sentenced to death twenty nine people um and so that case has gone to court and the supreme court upheld the governor's ability to do that so now those twenty nine cases are actually.
"aramis ayala" Discussed on NPR News Now
"Meanwhile florida's governor rick scott has issued an executive order removing top prosecutor aramis ayala from miller's case in reassigning it analysts said earlier this year she won't seek the death penalty anymore because she says it's not a deterrent to crime and a drag on for years for the victim's families authorities in spain say they broken a large extremist cell that was behind the terrorist attacks in catalonia thursday the killed fourteen people including one american but empire seraya sarhadi nelson reports in intensive manhunt is underway for the van driver who ploughed into a group of people in barcelona cut eleven police say they are looking for 22yearold moroccan native yunus ably a coop investigators here say they now suspect he and not a 17yearold they killed in a shootout was driving the van that mowed down scores of people along the barcelona prominent financial wounded warriors police keith yossef new lease shut peto told reporters the attacks could have been worse given the initial intent was to use explosives along with the vehicles but flawed bomb construction led to the house that was their base of operations blowing up in the town of alkhan or on wednesday night psoriasis are heading allison npr news barcelona and you're listening to npr news from washington over a thousand people across the country are under arrest in a crackdown on sex trafficking raza cummings of member station k u h f reports a large percentage of the suspects arrested come from houston texas a month long sex trafficking sting coordinated by the cook county sheriff's office in illinois involve the help of law enforcement across seventeen states the harris county sheriff's office in houston was wanted agencies involved sheriff at ginzalo heads the department we've known removed the visa and waited course undercover officers of law houston accounted for about two hundred fifty of the arrest made the sheriff said some of the sex traffickers arrested were business professionals sex offenders and a church pastor for npr news i'm irsa cummings and houston.
"aramis ayala" Discussed on KBOI 670AM
"The bracing for a big rally in city hall plaza in dallas just a short distance from the city's confederate war memorial correspondent alan sky is there organizers were expecting level or thousand people bucket if it if people are showing up their carrying signed today y'all means all white supremacists are not find people uh we're seeing a nazi with uh with a red flash through it onto people are coming out there they're very vocal saying that that statues that honor the confederacy ah or distracting from from the issues that that some of these groups are still facing as more boston we had a plan we kept the distance noone got her we have no vandalism no nothing so i couldn't ask for more police commissioner william evans on the day that saw only about two dozen arrests in of as a selfdescribed free speech rally ended only about an hour after it began the prosecutor who who is handling the case of the man accused of killing two kusumi florida police officers early this morning is off that case governor rick scott tonight issued an order taking the case away from state attorney aramis ayala after she said she would not seek the death penalty i l a said it's not a deterrent drags on for years every miller faces firstdegree murder charges in the officers deaths treasury secretary steve mnuchin says his boss deserves a chance responding to calls by former yale classmates to resign mnuchin said president trump should get the opportunity to propose his agenda to people who are dead after a small plane crashed today near the airport in mad bruce oregon where maybe two hundred thousand people are.
"aramis ayala" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"He's confederate war memorial correspondent alan scaia is there organi expecting or thousand people are showing up their carrying signed today y'all means all white supremacists are not find people uh we're seeing a nazi with uh with a red flash through it onto people are coming out there they're very vocal saying that that statues the honor the confederacy ah are distracting from from the issues that that some of these groups are still facing as more boston we had a plan we kept the distance noone got her we have no vandalism no nothing so i couldn't ask for more police commissioner william evans on the days at saw only about two dozen arrests in of as a selfdescribed free speech rally and the only about an hour after it began the prosecutor who is handling the case of the man accused of killing two kissimmee florida police officers early this morning ease off that case governor rick scott tonight issued an order taking the case wave from state attorney aramis ayala after she said she would not seek the death penalty i l a said it's not a deterrent and drags on for years every miller faces firstdegree murder charges in the officers deaths treasury secretary steve mnuchin says his boss deserves a chance responding to calls by former yale class meets to resign mnuchin said president trump should get the opportunity to propose his agenda two people are dead after a small plane crashed today near the airport in majerus oregon where maybe two hundred thousand people are gathering for monday's eclipse we are.
"aramis ayala" Discussed on The Read
"China the teaches man truly angels on our except miss lima is forever well you for life those of you who ally ever good teachers and have a real love for teaching you know who you are near everybody loves those tshirts are hammered adding have of it and i have a mrs headache she is that one from me every warm euro hubner dizzy pitch anyway i'm back in style miss hey good key last also i tweet me like i went to the five school you dare yet i bet was crazy were all there are very great honor winners so i just have to quick things to talk about this week one was this video that louis just saw few hours ago of state attorney aramis ayala i wanna say i really hope i got your name right she is the state attorney in florida she is the first and only black state attorney force in florida of course but if you watched the video of this is quite entertaining because she is so visibly annoyed with these police officers um so one pulls her over the one whose takunce are his his bodycam islam and he saying yeah what which department argue you with and she says i'm the state attorney which leads me to louise me to believe that this video start somewhere before the clip start rob as she has had to say several times no like i am the state attorney meaning there is no department i am the i am the state listen to me close.
"aramis ayala" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The beguiled from screen matter director sephiha coppola starring colin firth darrelle nicole kidman kissed in johnston l fanning now playing in select theaters everywhere friday from npr news this is all things considered i'm robert siegel and i'm ari shapiro if a state prosecutor says she opposes capital punishment is it legal for the governor of that state to take cases away from her that was the central question in front of florida supreme court today we're not a say go from member station w m fed reports at the center of this dispute as republican governor rick scott 's decision to take cases away from a democratic state attorney from orlando aramis ayala in reassign them to another prosecutor ideology attorney roy austin said the move was unprecedented governor rick scott and just as usual peter citizens of ford gators not have reservations to override across russia of an elected state attorney in march i alagh said she would not seek capital punishment in the case of a man accused of killing a police officer and his pregnant ex girlfriend after she did and governor scott reassigned two dozen of her murder cases to another state attorney austin told the justices that was wrong one elected official taking power away from another what he has done here is he has simply decided he's take your case where what is written is that he can do whatever he wants to do it but florida's solicitor general amid aggarwal who is representing the governor said scotts move was to protect justice no one individual all in our society has the right to say i've taken a hard look at this i've considered all the available evidence i figured out this issue and i'm gonna make a policy judgment that is a.
"aramis ayala" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Memorial in boston was vandalized overnight and twenty one year old james icic is in police custody on wall street woulda awesome day the dow is up one hundred fifty five points the nasdaq is up seventy nine and looks like the sp five hundred that's up by just about twenty three points in other news in massachusetts driving school owner is facing charges after police say he let his thirteen year old son driver car for more than eight miles steven com toy is now facing charges of reckless endangerment of a child also improper operation police found a picture of the boy driving in sturbridge on sunday on that fathers facebook page he is the owner of green light driving school well he served as a brookefield select men before his term expired this year florida as a supreme court here's the case of a local prosecutor who refuses to seek the death penalty meantime republican governor rick scott reassigned the prosecutors two dozen cases orlando where you're prosecutor aramis ayala took the death penalty off the table for it accused cop killer and for more than twenty other defender choi returning roy ostrom says it was absolutely and exercise and does russia solicitor general ibd argo wall represents governor rick scott he says there's a big difference between discretion panned the across the board policy that petitioners turkey related here which takes effect actively the death penalty off the books with respect to the night the traditional circuit there's no time by for the court to decide whether or not scott overstepped his bounds by reassigning possible deathpenalty cases which peter king cbs news orlando wbz news time to 21 usa gymnastics is now adopting new recommendations to better safeguard its athletes against future cases of sexual abuse all members was now report suspect is sexual misconduct to legal authorities in.
"aramis ayala" Discussed on NPR News Now
"Six people are now facing charges npr's frank length reports include a police superintendent accused of manslaughter by gross negligence in april 1980 knowing tens of thousands of fans descended on hillsborough stadium in sheffield for match between liverpool and nottingham forest trying to relieve pressure outside the stadium police superintendent ordered the opening of an extra gate funneling two thousand more liverpool fans into an ardy jammed area fans blamed overcrowding and poor policing for the catastrophe police falsely blamed what they claimed were drunken ticketless liverpool fans and engineered a massive coverup that included doctoring police witness statements the cover up with last nearly a quarter century victim's families though kept up the pressure eventually triggering another investigation that led to these charges frank langford npr news london you i stocks continue to rise with dow up one hundred fifty six points more than half a percent at twenty one thousand four sixty six the nasdaq is up more than one percent at sixty two twenty two and the sp five hundred is risen twenty one points up nearly one percent at twenty four forty one from washington this is npr news a legal dispute over the death penalty between florida's governor and a local prosecutor is now before the states supreme court npr's debbie elliott reports justices have heard oral arguments at issue was whether governor rick scott can remove cases from orlando state attorney aramis ayala because she won't seek the death penalty iala's lawyer roy austin argue scott is overriding the discretion of an independently elected prosecutor by twenty four cases away from state attorney aramis ayala governor scott violated the constitution.
"aramis ayala" Discussed on KQED Radio
"It gemini authorities urging those affected not to pay the three hundred dollar ransom as me nicholson reporting the dispute between florida governor rick scott and state prosecutor aramis ayala over the death penalty heads this morning to the florida state supreme court from orlando member station w m efi renowned a szego reports from tallahassee each side will have twenty minutes to argue before the court whether it was legal for governor scott to take two dozen murder cases from ayatollahs office and reassign them to another prosecutor the move came after i ally announced back in march at a press conference that she would not pursue the death penalty i see cases it may absolutely deserve death penalty but a case that may deserve it because we feel that way must be supported by a statute that is can be justly administered and enforce scott says a yellow lacks the authority to make that decision but she argues that florida law grants her discretion as a prosecutor since the dispute began lawmakers have voted to cut i alice budget by one point three million dollars those cuts take effect july i for npr news i'm not a saco in tallahassee the creator of the children's literary character paddington bear has died publisher harper collins says paddington bear creator michael bond died at the age of ninety one after a short illness you're listening to npr from kqed news good morning i'm penny now elson as san francisco supervisors crafting legislation to regulate bail agents in the city murray salah goes from kqed's california politics and government desk has more supervisor hillary ronen as crafting the legislation as part of a series of bail reforms at city hall ronen once more information on the debt collection agreements people sign with bail agents to get some one out of jail i am working on legislation right now that would create a local by think or to be a bill agencies in san francisco and would allow it to increase that transparency and accountability in the industry ronen is holding a hearing today on the issue the city recently found that nonrefundable fees paid to bail agents each year strips fifteen million dollars of wealth from san francisco residents and disproportionally impacts africanamericans and latinos i'm aretha llagas kqed news a federal judge overseeing reforms at the oakland police department is ordering sit.
"aramis ayala" Discussed on NPR News Now
"A global cyber attack continues to spread computer security experts believe it started in ukraine whose government and private sector computers have been badly affected as me nicholson reports several european countries have been hit by the ransomware attack the cyprus salt was detected on the eve of a national holiday in ukraine not celebrates its independence from the former soviet union raising questions about possible pro russian huq has been behind the attack eastern europe appears to be bearing the brunt of it german authorities urging those affected not to pay the three hundred dollar ransom as me nicholson reporting the dispute between florida governor rick scott and state prosecutor aramis ayala over the death penalty heads this morning to the florida state supreme court from orlando member station w m efi renown essay szego reports from tallahassee each side will have twenty minutes to argue before the court whether it was legal for governor scott to take two dozen murder cases from ayatollahs office and reassignment to another prosecutor the move came after ayatollah announced back in march at a press conference that she would not pursue the death penalty i see cases it may absolutely deserve death penalty but a case that may deserve it because we feel that way must be supported by a statute that is can be justly administered and enforced scott says ayatollah lacks the authority to make that decision but she argues that florida law grants her discretion as a prosecutor since the dispute began lawmakers have voted to cut i alice budget by one point three million dollars those cuts take effect july i for npr news i'm run out of saco in tallahassee the creator of the children's literary character paddington bear has died publisher harper collins says paddington bear creator michael bond died at the age of ninety one after a short illness.