Friday, July 10, 2009

A review of required pretrial release registry information from the Orange County, Florida jail shows defendants being released "administratively" without any monetary security and without ever seeing a Judge for the following offenses:
  • DUI (and with minor in vehicle >.20 and with property damage and/or personal injury)
  • Possession of cocaine, heroin, carisprodal, xanax, methadone, cannabis, oxycodone, hydrocodone, ecstasy, controlled substance, drug paraphernalia (including with intent to sell and deliver)
  • Battery/battery on law enforcment officer
  • Felony battery
  • Grand theft 3rd degree
  • Carrying a concealed weapon or firearm
  • Possession of short-barreled gun, rifle, machine gun
  • Throwing deadly missile at/into occupied vehicle
  • Theft/larceny
  • Trespass
  • Burglary/possession of burglary tools
  • Dealing in stolen property
  • Prostitution/assignation/soliciting for prostitution
  • Exploitation of the disabled or elderly
  • Forgery/scheme to defraud/fraud
  • Neglect of a child
  • Exposing sexual organs/indecent exposure
  • Lewd/lascivious behavior
  • Contributing to the delinquency of a minor
  • Driving with license suspended/revoked with knowledge
  • Driving with license suspended as habitual offender
  • Driving with no valid driver's license

These are not individuals charged with "minor"crimes or who don't present a public safety threat to our community. The jail does release violent and serious offenders!

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