April 19, 2019
Op-Ed: If lawmakers don’t give former inmates a second chance, they will be defying the will of Floridians
The people of Florida took a historic step toward promoting second chances last November when almost two-thirds of the state’s electorate voted to approve Amendment 4 to the state Constitution. That amendment established an automatic process…
November 14, 2018
Warren takes positive step to advance justice in Hillsborough
… a new effort by Hillsborough County State Attorney Andrew Warren serves such a broad public benefit. His new program to audit the credibility of criminal convictions advances the cause of justice.
November 13, 2018
State Attorney Warren announced Conviction Review Unit for people wrongfully convicted
Everyone wants the actual perpetrator caught, and no one wants an innocent person to go to prison. We have an imperfect system. And wrongful convictions, although rare, do exist. And this is why it’s important to have a system in place to fix and minimize wrongful convictions.
April 28, 2018
State Attorney Warren drops everything to join rappellers in raising money for charity
He may be a rising star in political circles, but Hillsborough State Attorney Andrew Warren was going nowhere but down Saturday. Warren joined dozens of brave philanthropists in rappelling 17 stories off the Hilton Downtown Tampa to raise money for the Big Brother Big Sisters program.
March 12, 2018
Two state attorneys come out in support of Marsy’s law
January 26, 2018
Applying the death penalty deftly and fairly
December 23, 2017
Florida should correct racial disparities in drug sentence
December 15, 2017
Warren’s smart approach on guns, domestic violence
October 31, 2017
Juvenile diversion programs work, so make them Florida-wide
July 21, 2017
Hillsborough smartly embraces diversion program for youths
April 21, 2017
Column: More conversations needed on public safety
March 2, 2017
Column: 'Stand your ground' changes bad for law enforcement
January 20, 2017
State Attorney dropping charges for feeding homeless is smart
Hillsborough County’s new state attorney, Andrew Warren, relied on common sense and appropriate discretion this week by dropping charges against a handful of activists arrested for feeding the homeless in a Tampa park.