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When notice to appear by officer without warrant is lawful.
F.S. 901.1503
1901.1503 When notice to appear by officer without warrant is lawful.A law enforcement officer may give a notice to appear to a person without a warrant when the officer has determined that he or she has probable cause to believe that a violation of s. 509.144 has been committed and the owner or manager of the public lodging establishment in which the violation occurred and one additional affiant sign an affidavit containing information that supports the officer’s determination of probable cause.
History.s. 13, ch. 2011-119.
1Note.Section 15, ch. 2011-119, provides that “[t]he amendments made to ss. 509.144 and 932.701, Florida Statutes, and the creation of s. 901.1503, Florida Statutes, by this act do not affect or impede the provisions of s. 790.251, Florida Statutes, or any other protection or right guaranteed by the Second Amendment to the United States Constitution.”