2019 Florida Statutes
GENERAL PENALTIES; REGISTRATION OF CRIMINALS
Common law of England.
Short title; applicability to antecedent offenses.
Punishment of common-law offenses.
Rules of construction.
Effect of reenactment or amendment of criminal statutes; references in criminal statutes.
Benefit of clergy.
What penal acts or omissions not public offenses.
Voluntary intoxication; not a defense; evidence not admissible for certain purposes; exception.
Classes and definitions of offenses.
Classifications of felonies and misdemeanors.
Penalties; applicability of sentencing structures; mandatory minimum sentences for certain reoffenders previously released from prison.
Violent offenses committed against law enforcement officers, correctional officers, state attorneys, assistant state attorneys, justices, or judges.
Fines; surcharges; Crimes Compensation Trust Fund.
Habitual misdemeanor offenders.
Violent career criminals; habitual felony offenders and habitual violent felony offenders; three-time violent felony offenders; definitions; procedure; enhanced penalties or mandatory minimum prison terms.
Legislative findings and intent.
Persons subject to career criminal prosecution efforts.
Policies to be adopted for career criminal cases.
Prohibition on withholding adjudication in felony cases.
White Collar Crime Victim Protection Act.
Wearing mask while committing offense; reclassification.
Possession of bulletproof vest while committing certain offenses.
Possession or promotion of certain images of child pornography; reclassification.
Public service announcements; ch. 99-188.
Evidencing prejudice while committing offense; reclassification.
Offenses against persons on the grounds of religious institutions; reclassification.
Sexual offenses against students by authority figures; reclassification.
Evidencing prejudice while committing offense against person with mental or physical disability; reclassification.
Possession or use of weapon; aggravated battery; felony reclassification; minimum sentence.
Public service announcements.
Unlawful taking, possession, or use of law enforcement officer’s firearm; crime reclassification; penalties.
Criminal transmission of HIV; procedures; penalties.
Registration of convicted felons, exemptions; penalties.
Limitation on withheld sentences.
Time limitations; general time limitations; exceptions.
Drug offenses; additional penalties.
The Florida Sexual Predators Act.
Residency restriction for persons convicted of certain sex offenses.
Duty of the court to uphold laws governing sexual predators and sexual offenders.
Prosecutions for acts or omissions.
Registration of career offenders and public notification; legislative findings and intent.
The Florida Career Offender Registration Act.
Terrorism; defined; penalties.
Facilitating or furthering terrorism; felony or misdemeanor reclassification.
Use of military-type training provided by a designated foreign terrorist organization.
Providing material support or resources for terrorism or to terrorist organizations.
Membership in a designated foreign terrorist organization.