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DeSantis suspended state attorney for pledging not to enforce Florida's new abortion law

At a press conference in Tampa, his spokesperson hyped it as an event that would result in a "liberal media meltdown." Although there is no state law banning gender-affirming treatments, DeSantis said, he included it in the executive order suspending Warren.

"The Florida legislature may come in and want to do something about it. You'd probably say they can't do that," DeSantis said during the event.

Warren's office did not return a request for comment.

Warren's dismissal comes as progressive prosecutors face backlash in recent months. It's for In June, San Francisco voters ousted District Attorney Chesa Boudin, who tried to hold police accountable and limit the number of people going to jail. Policies such as the abolition of cash bail for violent offenders have been heavily criticized.

Tampa Democrat Florida Senator Janet Cruz condemned DeSantis' decision to suspend Warren, saying Hillsborough prosecutors "served our community with dignity and respect." suspended him for not criminalizing women's rights." Choosing is not conscientious.

"There are no words to describe the attacks on women taking place in our own backyards, just when I thought Governor DeSantis could not take any more extreme and free action." Cruz said.

At Thursday's press conference, DeSantis was sided with local law enforcement officers denouncing Warren's performance as state prosecutor. Some cops have jurisdiction outside Warren's Judicial Circuit.

"Let me just say one thing: Andrew Warren is a crook," said Tampa Police Chief Brian Dugan. "You know, I wasn't very good at sugarcoating anything. He's a crook. He misled the people of Hillsborough County."

Warren was suspended. However, he had not yet been removed from office, which would have required the involvement of the Florida Senate. The governor filled Warren's position by appointing Hillsborough County Judge Susan Lopez, whom he appointed as judge in December.

Many of DeSantis' executive orders focused on a 15-week abortion ban. In June, after the U.S. Supreme Court overturned federal abortion protections enshrined in his 1973 Roe v. Wade decision, Warren warned those who provided abortions in violation of the new law. signed a statement not to prosecute

"Thus Warren said that his office does not persecute violations of Florida's criminal law and prohibits donors from performing certain abortions to save the lives of unborn children."

Warren said that because the Florida Constitution contains the right to privacy, the new law "looks is unconstitutional." This privacy clause is the subject of an ongoing lawsuit challenging his new 15-week abortion ban. The ban was temporarily suspended by a lower court judge last month, but was quickly reinstated on appeal. Speaking at a press conference on Thursday, Republican Attorney General Ashley Moody called for the matter to be sent directly to the Florida Supreme Court.

The executive order also included President Warren's decision earlier this year to allow cyclists to be stopped and prosecuted for simply resisting police officers without violence. this is not allowed. According to a memo he sent at the time, 70 percent of incidents resulting from pedestrian and bicycle stoppages involved black defendants. was included on the candidate list with the endorsement of George Soros, a major Democratic donor who became the political boogeyman of the Democratic Party. Warren and Aramis Ayala, former Ninth Circuit State Attorney, received financial support from Soros' organization to implement a criminal justice reform platform.

Now the Democratic nominee for Attorney General, Ayala got into a bitter fight with former Republican Florida Governor Rick Scott after promising not to seek the death penalty under any circumstances, telling Scott that she Penalty case.

Some Democrats in Florida see Warren as the frontrunner in their party.

Last year, he was named leader of his force in the Florida Democratic Party's New Security& Justice Task. This task force is focused on developing criminal justice reform policy.

"Warren has a strong track record of finding innovative ways to make our communities safer and our systems fairer and more effective," said Florida. State Democratic Party Chair Manny Diaz said at the time. "He's clearly the right leader for this statewide effort." }