By Spectrum Information thirteen Employees,
Final Up to date: Monday, December eleven, 2017, 5:19 PM EST
After every week of ready, State lawyer Aramis Ayala responded to Governor Rick Scott’s request for solutions a few demise penalty submitting with a fiery letter.
- Ayala responds to Gov. Scott’s request for solutions in fiery letter
- Ayala questions the best way Gov. Scott reassigned instances in letter
Gov. Scott needed to why Ayala missed a deadline to file a discover to hunt the dying penalty in an Osceola County homicide case.
In a letter to Governor Scott, Ayala accused him of avoiding discussing the matter instantly together with her and as an alternative going straight to the media.
Ayala stated that whereas she filed the discover to hunt the demise penalty late, case regulation allowed for her to file the discover with out prejudice.
She additionally stated she was in touch with State Lawyer Basic Pam Bondi about this choice.
Ayala then took goal on the governor, questioning the best way he reassigned instances from her workplace.
“…The irony right here is that you’re questioning my conduct if you end up the one who did not do what you stated you have been going to do. Once you publicly said that you simply have been going to “proceed to take a look at” homicide instances from in my workplace, you didn’t,” she wrote.
Ayala then requested Gov. Scott for public data on how he made his selections in eradicating instances from her workplace.
“I would like my workplace to be as ready as attainable once we are required to assist defend the integrity of the prosecution of all dying penalty instances stemming from the ninth Circuit,” she stated.
She additionally famous that her workplace will produce the general public data Gov. Scott requested of Ayala in his letter.