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Who is Andrew Warren? Wikipedia Bio and personal details about the State’s Attorney

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Andrew Warren was a Hillsborough County state attorney. He was just fired because he didn’t do his job by breaking some laws.

The governor also said Warren signed a statement saying she would not charge people who wanted or gave abortions. Thus, Susan Lopez was appointed State’s Attorney for the duration of the absence of the judge. She had been a Hillsborough County Court judge until recently.

Andrew Warren is a district attorney. His Wikipedia page contains information about his life and age

Andrew Warren grew up in Gainesville, Florida, where he was born. He could be in his 40s or early 50s based on his photos.

His biography on Wikipedia may not be available, but since he was suspended, several outlets have written about him. NPR says Florida Governor Ron DeSantis fired him because he was accused of not doing his job by not enforcing certain laws, especially those that ban abortion.

Before going to Columbia University to study law, Warren earned degrees in political science and economics from Brandeis University. After that, he worked as a clerk in a federal district court in San Francisco.

Later, he worked for an international law firm in New York and Washington, DC, where he worked on “complex criminal and civil litigation”. Eventually he moved back to Florida, where he now lives with his family in Tampa.

On the State’s Attorney’s Office website, it is stated that prior to becoming a state attorney, he worked as a federal prosecutor for the United States Department of Justice. He spent most of his time at the DOJ researching cases of financial fraud across the country.

The attorney general’s office website says he was in charge of a staff of around 300 and 130 prosecutors.

Who is Andrew Warren’s wife?

Andrew Warren says he’s proud to be a husband and father. But he does not put much information about his personal life on the Internet.

His bio on Twitter indicates that he is married and has children. He doesn’t talk much about his private life in public, but TampaBay said he married Alexandra Coler in Philadelphia in 2006.

At first they met in Brandeis. Coler was born in Romania but raised in Pennsylvania. Before getting married, they dated while they were in college.

Andrew Warren Earnings

In November 2016, Democrats selected Andrew Warren to be Florida’s 13th Judicial Circuit State’s Attorney in Hillsborough County. At that time, he won by just over 5,000 votes over the Republican candidate, Mark Ober.

But in 2020, when he won re-election, he won with 46,000 more comfortable votes over Republicans. The lawyer has also won numerous awards for his work as a prosecutor from the Department of Justice and federal law enforcement groups, including the Attorney General’s Award for Litigation in 2013.

Some people think that although he has done a lot in his career, he may also have a very high net worth. Although no one knows how much money he has, Gov.Salaries says state attorneys in the United States earn between $12,530 and $334,332 a year, with a median salary of $60,262.

They earn between $60,262 and $151,583 on average, with the top 86% earning $334,332. And according to the numbers, Warren was making over $150,000 a year as a prosecutor.

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