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DESCRIPTION

STATUS

IMPACT

SB 58

BOOK

Contempt (knowingly
making a materially false statement, whether or not
under oath or affirmation) and
Disorderly Conduct Before a Legislative Committee
. Punishment may not
exceed a fine of $1,000 or imprisonment in the county jail for up to 90 days,
or both. Any fines must be deposited into the Lobbyist Registration Trust
Fund.

3/5/2019

CS by Judiciary read 1st time

 

HB 83/

SB 606

SLOSBERG 
ESKAMANI  KILLE-BREW

/PIZZO

Sexual Battery
Offenses.
Increases statute of limitations period for specified sexual
battery offenses; requires FDLE to adopt system for tracking sexual offense
evidence test kits & develop policies & procedures concerning victim
access to information from kits.

 

HB 83

3/5/

SB 606

3/5/

A prosecution for a first or second
degree felony violation of s. 794.011, if the victim is 16 years of
age or older at the time of the offense, must be commenced within 15 years
after the violation is committed.

SB 130/

HB 395

*HB 165

STEWARTESKAMANI

Sexual Battery
Prosecution Time Limitation.
Relating to the sexual battery prosecution
time limitation; amending s. 775.15, F.S.; creating an exception to the
general time limitations which allows a prosecution to be commenced at any
time for specified sexual battery offenses against victims younger than a
certain age at the time the offense was committed.

SB 130

3/5/ HB 395

3/5/

If a victim is younger than 18 years of age at the time
the offense was committed, a prosecution for a violation of s. 794.011 may be
commenced at any time. This subsection applies to an offense that is not
otherwise barred from prosecution on or before July 1, 2019.

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

3/5/2019

CS by Judiciary read 1st time

HB 1107

3/5/

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.

HB 165

*SB 130

HATTER-SLEY ESKAMANI

Prosecution of
Sexual Offenses.
Amending s. 775.15, F.S.; eliminating the statute of
limitations for certain sexual offenses;

3/5/

The "Me Too No More Act." A prosecution for any
offense under chapter 794 may be commenced at any time.

HB 177

DANIELS

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.

3/5/

 

HB 187

/SB 554

SLOSBERG / PIAZZO

Offenses Against
Brokers, Broker Associates, or Sales Associates.
Creating s. 775.0864,
F.S.; providing for reclassification of specified offenses committed against
brokers, broker associates, or sales associates.

HB 187

3/5/ /SB 554

3/5/

The degree of an offense (includes 794.011 sexual battery)
shall be reclassified as the next higher offense if the offense is committed
against those engaged in the act of showing real property or holding an open
house of real property.

HB 303

ROMMEL

Luxury Ground
Transportation Companies.
Provides requirements for insurance, drivers,
agents, fares, receipts, digital network, & reports for luxury ground
transportation companies; provides fines for noncompliance; requiring an LGTC
to conduct a certain background check for an LGTC driver; prohibiting an
individual from becoming an LGTC driver under certain circumstances;

3/5/

LGTC means Uber, Lyft, etc., and any that use a digital
app. Forces LGTCs to do background checks and search the National Sex
Offender Public Website. Prohibits hiring of all registered citizens, and
those convicted of a misdemeanor for a violent offense or sexual battery, or
a crime of lewdness or indecent exposure under chapter 800.

SB 346

/*HB 607

BRANDES

/DUBOSE

Conditional Medical
Release.
Expanding eligibility for conditional medical release to include
inmates with debilitating illnesses;

SB 346

3/5/2019

CS by Criminal Justice read 1st time

HB 607

3/5/

 

SB 394

/HB 667

FARMER

Criminal History
Records in Applications.
Prohibiting a public employer from inquiring
into or considering an applicant’s criminal history on an initial employment
application unless required to do so by law; prohibits public postsecondary
educational institutions from inquiring into or considering criminal history
of applicant

SB 394

3/5/ HB 667

3/5/

This DOES NOT exclude registered citizens applying for a
state, county, or municipal government job.

SB 540/

HB 851

BOOK/

FITZEN-HAGEN

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 Registry

SB 540 3/5/2019

CS by Criminal Justice read 1st time

HB 851

3/5/

Creates a Soliciting for Prostitution Registry. Makes
prostitution legally the same as human trafficking.

SB 642

/ *HB 705

Sentencing  / *SB 400

Mandatory Sentences

/*HB 859

Admin

Probation

BRANDES / DONALDS / BRANDES / LATVALA

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

SB 642

3/5/2019 Introduced

HB 705

3/5/2019 Introduced

SB 400

3/5/2019 Introduced

HB 859

3/5/ by Criminal Justice
12-0;

HB 985 / *SB 1626

DANIELS /FARMER

Protecting the
Public Security
; Prohibits persons convicted of certain sexual offenses
from unsupervised work in specified locations.

HB 985

3/5/2019

Introduced

SB 1626

3/1/2019 FILED

 

SB 1074

BRANDES

Sentencing;
Creating a probationary split sentence for substance use and mental health
offenders in accordance with a specified provision;

3/5/2019 Introduced

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 onspiracy to commit, any
offense that requires a person to register as a sex offender in accordance
with s. 943.0435

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