Florida Senate - 2017                        COMMITTEE AMENDMENT
       Bill No. SB 934
                              LEGISLATIVE ACTION                        
                    Senate             .             House              

       The Committee on Criminal Justice (Brandes) recommended the
    1         Senate Amendment (with title amendment)
    3         Delete lines 55 - 96
    4  and insert:
    5         (2)For purposes of this section, the term “completion of
    6  sentence” occurs when a person is released from incarceration
    7  upon expiration of his or her sentence and has completed all
    8  other terms and conditions of the sentence or subsequent
    9  supervision or, if the person has not been incarcerated for the
   10  felony offense, has completed all terms and conditions of
   11  supervision imposed on him or her.
   12         (3)(a)A person is ineligible for restoration of civil
   13  rights under this section if he or she was convicted of a crime
   14  defined by any of the following:
   15         1.Section 782.04, relating to murder.
   16         2.Section 782.07(3), relating to aggravated manslaughter
   17  of a child.
   18         3.Section 794.011, relating to sexual battery.
   19         4.Section 826.04, relating to incest.
   20         5.Section 827.071, relating to sexual performance by a
   21  child.
   22         6.Section 847.0145, relating to selling or buying of
   23  minors, otherwise transferring or obtaining custody or control
   24  of minors, or offering to do the same.
   25         (b)A person is ineligible for restoration of civil rights
   26  under this section if he or she was convicted of treason or if
   27  his or her impeachment has resulted in conviction, as referred
   28  to in s. 8, Art. IV of the State Constitution.
   29         (4)This section does not impair the ability of a person
   30  convicted of a felony to apply for executive clemency under s.
   31  8, Art. IV of the State Constitution.
   32         (5)A court shall, before accepting a plea of guilty or
   33  nolo contendere to a felony without trial or, if a trial is
   34  held, before imposing sentence for a felony, notify the
   35  defendant as follows:
   36         (a)If the felony is described in subsection (3), that
   37  conviction will result in permanent loss of civil rights unless
   38  he or she receives executive clemency under s. 8, Art. IV of the
   39  State Constitution.
   40         (b)If the felony is not described in subsection (3), that
   41  conviction will result in loss of civil rights until the
   42  defendant completes his or her sentence and that civil rights
   43  will be restored thereafter.
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   46  And the title is amended as follows:
   47         Delete lines 7 - 8
   48  and insert:
   49         rights after completion of his or her sentence of