Updated: 5/2/2019

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HB 27 INGOGLIA
Deregulation of Professions and Occupations

. Amending s. 468.408, F.S.;conforming provisions to changes made by the act;
prohibiting certain bonds from being issued or renewed by a
bonding agency to an owner or operator of a talent agency
unless the bonding agency verifies that each owner or
operator has not been convicted of specified crimes;
4/8/2019
Commerce Committee read 1st time
“SPECIFIED CRIMES:”

Each owner or operator has not been convicted of a crime
that would require registration as a sexual offender, as
required in s. 943.0435 or s. 944.607, or as a sexual
predator, as required under s. 775.21.

REMOVES YET ANOTHER AVENUE OF EMPLOYMENT FOR REGISTRANTS!

SB 160 / *HB 1107 BOOK/

GOTTLIEB


Prohibited Acts in Connection with Obscene or Lewd
Materials.

A person may not knowingly sell, lend, give away,
distribute, transmit, show, or transmute; offer to sell,
lend, give away, distribute, transmit, show, or transmute;
have in his or her possession, custody, or control with OR
WITHOUT the intent to sell, lend, give away, distribute,
transmit, show, or transmute; or advertise in any manner an
obscene, child-like sex doll.
SB 160


5/2/2019 Senate – Ordered engrossed, then enrolled

HB 1107

5/1/2019 Laid on Table

NEW LANGUAGE ADDED TO CRIMINALIZE SIMPLE POSSESSION. By
rolling this bill into 847.011, a violation becomes a Level
6 offense (same as aggravated assault or throwing a bomb
into a building!) AND triggers a DNA grab as per 943.325.
SB 160c1 Amended (4/30) / HB 1107c2 (4/10) raises
punishments for 2nd possession from 1 st degree misdemeanor to 3rd
degree felony
HB 177 /SPB 7086 /HB 7089 DANIELS / CRIMINAL JUSTICE Restoration of Rights.
Designates “Economic Redemption and Restoration of
Constitutional Rights Act”; authorizes person suffering
from legal disability due to criminal conviction to apply
for relief; provides exceptions.
HB 177

3/5/2019
Introduced

SPB 7086


5/1/2019 Senate – Retained on Special Order Calendar

HB 7089

4/25/2019 Senate – Received

SPB 7086 Initially enumerated sexual offenses (didn’t
include 827.071), but Amendment 1 (BRANDES) specifies ALL
sexual offenses which require registration.

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SB 540/

HB 851

BOOK/

FITZEN-HAGEN

SB 540 Human Trafficking
. Requiring the criminal history of a person who is
convicted of, or enters a plea of guilty or nolo contendere
to, soliciting, inducing, enticing, or procuring another to
commit prostitution, lewdness, or assignation be added to
the Soliciting for Prostitution Public Database
HB 851(e1) Book amendment adds back public
registry/database

SB 540 5/2/2019 Senate – Laid on Table, refer to
CS/CS/CS/HB 851
HB 8515/2/2019 Senate – Placed on 3rd reading
Creates a PUBLIC Soliciting for Prostitution Database.
Makes prostitution legally the same as human trafficking.
SB 642

/ *HB 705

Sentencing /*SB 400

Mandatory Sentences

/*HB 859

Admin

Probation

HB 963

HB 953

SB 1334

HB 7125

 

BRANDES/
DONALDS/BRANDES/LATVALARENNER/DANIELS
SB 642 Criminal Justice.

Citing this act as the Florida First Step Act; trafficking
without regard to any statutory minimum sentence;
probationer or offender on community control eligible for
alternative sanctioning program; gain time

 

 

 

 

 

 

HB 7125c1 (4/17)
has added language expanding ineligibility to ALL “Sex
Offenders & Predators” from criminal history records
court-ordered expunction or sealing.

SB 642


5/1/2019 Laid on Table, refer to CS/HB 7125

HB 705

3/5/2019
Introduced

SB 400

3/5/2019
Introduced

HB 859

3/27/2019 Judiciary Committee

HB 7125

5/2/2019 Senate – CS passed as amended;

39- 1

944.275(4)(f) reads “currently serving a sentence for or
has been previously convicted,” This implies retroactivity,
how is this legal???It seems to me that registered citizens can still get gain
time, UNLESS their offense is covered in 907.041 or944.275(4)(f), AND they still serve 85% of their sentence.

Registered citizens are excluded from enjoying
administrative probation.

HB 987 / SB 824 / SB 812 /

SB 814 /

HB 1129/

SB 1196

GRANT

DIAZ

SIMMONS

SIMMONS

LAMARCA

MAYFIELD

HB 987 Public Lodging Establishments
; Requires Division of Hotels & Restaurants of DBPR to
make certain vacation rental license information available
on its website; requires sexual offenders to register with
local sheriff’s office before arrival; requires
notification to specified guests; requires online
advertisements or postings of public lodging establishment
to include certain information.
SB 824 Private Property Rights of Homeowners

; [contains un-passed FARMER amendment of 4/9 adding
language of HB 987 to SB 824]
HB 987

4/17/2019 Placed on Calendar

SB 824

4/10/2019 Innovation, Industry, and Technology

-Temporarily Postponed

SB 812

3/5/2019
Introduced

SB 814

3/5/2019

Introduced

HB 1129

3/5/2019
Introduced

SB 1196

3/5/2019

Introduced

509.245 Certain registration for public lodging
establishments.-A sexual offender as defined in s.
944.606(1) must, 48 hours before arrival at a public
lodging establishment as defined in s. 509.242, register at
the sheriff’s office in the county where the sexual
offender is temporarily residing following the process set
forth in s. 775.21, regardless of the length of residence
at the public lodging establishment. An operator of a
public lodging establishment who has been notified that a
sexual offender is residing at his or her
property or within 1,000 feet of such property must notify
all other guests residing at such property. This act shall
take effect July 1, 2019.
SB 1074 BRANDES Sentencing
; Creating a probationary split sentence for substance use
and mental health offenders in accordance with a specified
provision;
4/17/2019
Appropriations – Final Committee
ELIGIBILITY.-For an offender to receive a probationary

split sentence, he or she must be a nonviolent offender;
never been convicted of, or pled guilty or no contest to,
the commission of, an attempt to

commit, or a conspiracy to commit, any offense that
requires a person to register as a sex offender in
accordance with s. 943.0435. There are multiple other
statutory exclusions that render this bill mere lip service
since hardly anyone will be eligible.

HB 1127 /SB 1444

 

 

 

 

DUGGAN / DIAZ Educational Employees;
provides requirements & prohibitions for certain
individuals to be employed in a position requiring direct
contact with students.
HB 1127

5/1/2019 Senate – Received

SB 1444

4/19/2019 On Calendar 2nd reading

HB1127 Change 1 (4/12) expands list of educator
certification disqualifiers to ALL registrable sexual
offenses.

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