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8/29/2019

The Osceola Clerk is now offering appointment times to pay your civil traffic citation or for family law matters, excluding injunctions.

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Forensic Examination Documents Made Publicly Available

8/10/2018

The forensic examination of the real property records of Osceola County, Florida was commissioned by Armando Ramirez, a duly elected public official with the title of Clerk of the Circuit Court of Osceola County, Florida. In all times and places within this report, the Clerk of the Circuit Court shall be hereinafter referred to as “Clerk”.

Click this link to view the attorney opinion letter: Attorney Opinion Letter

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Being Poor Can Mean Losing a Driver’s License. Not Anymore in Tennessee.

7/4/2018

People waited for their number to be called at a Driver Services Center in Memphis, Tenn. A court ruling could mean the reinstatement of driver’s licenses for more than 100,000 state residents.CreditNikki Boertman/The Commercial Appeal, via Associated Press

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Justice Shouldn't Come With a $250 Fine

7/1/2018

For those who hope to see the criminal justice system operate more fairly, this is an exciting time in the United States. Cities and counties across the country have recently elected a new wave of reform-minded prosecutors. But the fines and debt that many of them want to use instead of incarceration can be just as unfair and ineffective as the long sentences they say they reject.Click here for article

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People celebrated at a church in Raleigh on Monday after the Supreme Court declined to hear a case over North Carolina’s voter ID law, leaving in place a lower-court ruling that struck down key parts of the law as an unconstitutional effort to target African-Americans. Credit Robert Willett/The News & Observer

Strict North Carolina Voter ID Law Thwarted After Supreme Court Rejects Case

6/23/2017

People celebrated at a church in Raleigh on Monday after the Supreme Court declined to hear a case over North Carolina’s voter ID law, leaving in place a lower-court ruling that struck down key parts of the law as an unconstitutional effort to target African-Americans. Credit Robert Willett/The News & ObserverRead More on the NY Times Website

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Harris County district attorney Kim Ogg announces a new policy to decriminalize low-level possession of marijuana Thursday, Feb. 16, 2017 in Houston. The new policy means that most misdemeanor offenders with less than four ounces of marijuana will not be arrested, ticketed or required to appear in court if they agree to take a four-hour drug education class. ( Michael Ciaglo / Houston Chronicle )

Harris County bail system unconstitutional, federal judge rules

6/23/2017

Harris County district attorney Kim Ogg announces a new policy to decriminalize low-level possession of marijuana Thursday, Feb. 16, 2017 in Houston. The new policy means that most misdemeanor offenders with less than four ounces of marijuana will not be arrested, ticketed or required to appear in court if they agree to take a four-hour drug education class. ( Michael Ciaglo / Houston Chronicle )

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Sheriff Ed Gonzalez, Harris County, Texas

In Fight Over Bail’s Fairness, a Sheriff Joins the Critics

3/23/2017

In a Houston lawsuit, officials are defending a system that jails the poor, but the D.A. and sheriff say they can’t support it.

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Domestic Partnership Registry

11/4/2016

The Osceola County Clerk of Courts in conjunction with the Osceola County Board of County Commissioners is pleased to announce the creation of a Domestic Partnership Registry.

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Senator Warren calls Wells Fargo scam a "staggering fraud"

Elizabeth Warren Accuses Wells Fargo Chief of ‘Gutless Leadership’

9/22/2016

WASHINGTON — The more the chief executive of Wells Fargo tried to explain, the more skeptical the senators became. Read More on the NY Times Website

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John Stumpf, Wells Fargo’s chief executive and chairman, speaking to the Senate Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs

In Wells Fargo’s Bogus Accounts, Echoes of Foreclosure Abuses

9/22/2016

After observing years of abusive mortgage loan servicing practices at the bank, an increasing number of judges hearing foreclosure cases after the financial crisis grew to understand that banks could not always be trusted in their pleadings. Read More on the NY Times Website

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Fraud Factories: Rep. Alan Grayson Explains

Fraud Factories: Rep. Alan Grayson Explains the Foreclosure Fraud Crisis

3/14/2016

This is Rep. Alan Grayson explaining the crisis of foreclosure fraud and how it links to the entire securitization chain of Wall Street. Watch the Video

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The Impact of Foreclosures on Families

8/23/2015

The Clerk of the Court, Armando Ramirez realizes many residents of Osceola County have been affected by the devastating effects of a foreclosure. However, there are other aspects of the foreclosure which go far beyond the obvious issues of the credit ratings and the difficulties of finding a new place to live. This aspect is one Clerk Ramirez feels very strongly about, the impact a foreclosure has on the family and community.

Please read the following report to gain some insight on how a foreclosure can affect a family and the community: Impacts of Foreclosures on Families and Communities

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