Florida Senate - 2019                        COMMITTEE AMENDMENT
       Bill No. CS for CS for SB 168
                              LEGISLATIVE ACTION                        
                    Senate             .             House              

       The Committee on Rules (Gruters) recommended the following:
    1         Senate Amendment 
    3         Delete lines 158 - 182
    4  and insert:
    5  by a period of not more than 12 days on the facility’s
    6  determination that the reduction in sentence will facilitate the
    7  seamless transfer of the defendant into federal custody. For
    8  purposes of this paragraph, the term “secure correctional
    9  facility” means a state correctional institution as defined in
   10  s. 944.02 or a county detention facility or a municipal
   11  detention facility as defined in s. 951.23.
   12         (c)If the information specified in sub-subparagraph
   13  (a)2.a. or sub-subparagraph (a)2.b. is not available at the time
   14  the sentence is pronounced in the case, but is received by a law
   15  enforcement agency afterwards, the law enforcement agency shall
   16  notify the judge who shall issue the order described by
   17  paragraph (b) as soon as the information becomes available.
   18         (4)When a county correctional facility or the Department
   19  of Corrections receives verification from a federal immigration
   20  agency that a person subject to an immigration detainer is in
   21  the law enforcement agency’s custody, the agency may securely
   22  transport the person to a federal facility in this state or to
   23  another point of transfer to federal custody outside the
   24  jurisdiction of the law enforcement agency. The law enforcement
   25  agency may transfer a person who is subject to an immigration
   26  detainer and is confined in a secure correctional facility to
   27  the custody of a federal immigration agency not earlier than 12
   28  days before his or her release date. A law enforcement agency
   29  shall obtain judicial