Angela B. Corey (born October 31, 1954) is an American attorney currently serving as the State Attorney in Florida's Fourth Judicial Circuit Court, which includes Duval, Nassau and Clay counties. The first woman to hold the position, she was elected in 2008. On March 22, 2012, Florida Governor Rick Scott announced that she would be the newly assigned State Attorney investigating the shooting death of Trayvon Martin, replacing State Attorney Norm Wolfinger.
13.01.2014 - FL State Attorney AngelaCorey’s Office Trying to Throw Marissa Alexander Back in Jail Florida State Attorney Angela […] facts would expose the frivolity of the state’s motion.” For whatever reason, AngelaCorey likes to overcharge her cases […] Corey’s office is trying to put Marissa Alexander back behind bars over alleged violations of her bond conditions. They