HB 5501

A bill to be entitled
2An act relating to the Department of Highway Safety and
3Motor Vehicles; amending s. 316.008, F.S.; authorizing a
4county or municipality to use traffic infraction detectors
5to enforce specified provisions when a driver fails to
6stop at a traffic control device; providing that a county
7or municipality may install such detectors or authorize
8installation of such detectors by contract or interlocal
9agreement; restricting such installation and use by a
10county to unincorporated areas of the county and
11installation and use by a municipality to the incorporated
12area of the municipality; providing for such installation
13and use on state roads under the jurisdiction of the
14Department of Transportation; providing for contingent
15effect; amending s. 316.066, F.S.; revising provisions for
16motor vehicle crash reports; providing for short-form
17crash reports to be completed under certain circumstances
18and maintained by the local law enforcement agency;
19authorizing law enforcement agencies to request
20supplemental reports from drivers and written reports from
21witnesses under certain circumstances; amending s. 322.02,
22F.S.; revising legislative intent relating to delivery of
23driver's license services by tax collectors; providing
24that it is the intent of the Legislature to transition all
25driver license issuance services from the Department of
26Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles to tax collectors;
27conforming a cross-reference; amending s. 322.135, F.S.;
28requiring the department to authorize any or all of the
29tax collectors in the several counties of the state to
30serve as its agent for the provision of specified driver's
31license services; removing an exemption from a fee charged
32by such agents; directing the department, in conjunction
33with the Florida Tax Collectors Association and the
34Florida Association of Counties, to develop a plan to
35transition all driver's license issuance services to
36county tax collectors; requiring the plan to be submitted
37to the Legislature; removing procedures for approval of
38tax collectors as agents upon application by the tax
39collector; amending s. 322.20, F.S.; providing for county
40clerks of court and tax collectors to provide 3-year, 7-
41year, or complete driver records to any person upon
42collection of specified fees; requiring certain fees
43collected to be remitted to the department within a
44certain time period; amending ss. 322.2615, 324.051,
45921.0022, F.S.; conforming cross-references; providing an
46effective date.
48Be It Enacted by the Legislature of the State of Florida:
50     Section 1.  If House Bill 325 or Senate Bill 2166, 2010
51Regular Session, is adopted in the same legislative session or
52an extension thereof and becomes law, subsection (7) is added to
53section 316.008, Florida Statutes, to read:
54     316.008  Powers of local authorities.-
55     (7)(a)  A county or municipality may use traffic infraction
56detectors to enforce s. 316.074(1) or s. 316.075(1)(c)1. when a
57driver fails to stop at a traffic signal on streets and highways
58under its jurisdiction under s. 316.0083. Only a municipality
59may install or authorize the installation of any such detectors
60within the incorporated area of the municipality. Only a county
61may install or authorize the installation of any such detectors
62within the unincorporated area of the county.
63     (b)  Pursuant to paragraph (a), a municipality may install
64or, by contract or interlocal agreement, authorize the
65installation of any such detectors only within the incorporated
66area of the municipality, and a county may install or, by  
67contract or interlocal agreement, authorize the installation of
68any such detectors only within the unincorporated area of the
69county. A county may authorize installation of any such
70detectors by interlocal agreement on roads under its
72     (c)  Pursuant to s. 316.0083, a county or municipality may
73use traffic infraction detectors to enforce a s. 316.074(1) or
74s. 316.075(1)(c)1. when a driver fails to stop at a traffic
75signal on state roads under the original jurisdiction of the
76Department of Transportation when permitted by the Department of
78     Section 2.  Section 316.066, Florida Statutes, is amended
79to read:
80     316.066  Written reports of crashes.-
81     (1)  The driver of a vehicle which is in any manner
82involved in a crash resulting in bodily injury to or death of
83any person or damage to any vehicle or other property in an
84apparent amount of at least $500 shall, within 10 days after the
85crash, forward a written report of such crash to the department
86or traffic records center. However, when the investigating
87officer has made a written report of the crash pursuant to
88subsection (3), no written report need be forwarded to the
89department or traffic records center by the driver.
90     (2)  The receiving entity may require any driver of a
91vehicle involved in a crash of which a written report must be
92made as provided in this section to file supplemental written
93reports whenever the original report is insufficient in the
94opinion of the department and may require witnesses of crashes
95to render reports to the department.
96     (1)(3)(a)  A Florida Traffic Crash Report, Long Form is
97required to be completed and submitted to the department within
9810 days after completing an investigation by every law
99enforcement officer who in the regular course of duty
100investigates a motor vehicle crash:
101     1.  That Which crash resulted in death or personal injury
102shall, within 10 days after completing the investigation,
103forward a written report of the crash to the department or
104traffic records center.
105     2.  That Which crash involved a violation of s. 316.061(1)
106or s. 316.193 shall, within 10 days after completing the
107investigation, forward a written report of the crash to the
108department or traffic records center.
109     3.  In which crash a vehicle was rendered inoperative to a
110degree that which required a wrecker to remove it from traffic
111may, within 10 days after completing the investigation, forward
112a written report of the crash to the department or traffic
113records center if such action is appropriate, in the officer's
115     (b)  In every crash for case in which a Florida Traffic
116Crash Report, Long Form is not required by this section and a
117written report to a law enforcement officer is not prepared, the
118law enforcement officer may complete a short-form crash report
119or provide a short-form crash report to be completed by shall
120provide each party involved in the crash a short-form report,
121prescribed by the state, to be completed by the party. The
122short-form report must include:
123     1.  The date, time, and location of the crash.;
124     2.  A description of the vehicles involved.;
125     3.  The names and addresses of the parties involved.;
126     4.  The names and addresses of witnesses.;
127     5.  The name, badge number, and law enforcement agency of
128the officer investigating the crash.; and
129     6.  The names of the insurance companies for the respective
130parties involved in the crash.
131     (c)  Each party to the crash shall provide the law
132enforcement officer with proof of insurance to be included in
133the crash report. If a law enforcement officer submits a report
134on the accident, proof of insurance must be provided to the
135officer by each party involved in the crash. Any party who fails
136to provide the required information commits a noncriminal
137traffic is guilty of an infraction, punishable as for a
138nonmoving violation, punishable as provided in chapter 318,
139unless the officer determines that due to injuries or other
140special circumstances such insurance information cannot be
141provided immediately. If the person provides the law enforcement
142agency, within 24 hours after the crash, proof of insurance that
143was valid at the time of the crash, the law enforcement agency
144may void the citation.
145     (d)  The driver of a vehicle that was in any manner
146involved in a crash resulting in damage to any vehicle or other
147property in an amount of $500 or more, which crash was not
148investigated by a law enforcement agency, shall, within 10 days
149after the crash, submit a written report of the crash to the
150department or traffic records center. The entity receiving the
151report may require witnesses of crashes to render reports and
152may require any driver of a vehicle involved in a crash of which
153a written report must be made as provided in this section to
154file supplemental written reports whenever the original report
155is deemed insufficient by the receiving entity.
156     (e)  Short-form crash reports prepared by law enforcement
157shall be maintained by the law enforcement officer's agency.
158     (2)(4)(a)  One or more counties may enter into an agreement
159with the appropriate state agency to be certified by the agency
160to have a traffic records center for the purpose of tabulating
161and analyzing countywide traffic crash reports. The agreement
162must include: certification by the agency that the center has
163adequate auditing and monitoring mechanisms in place to ensure
164the quality and accuracy of the data; the time period in which
165the traffic records center must report crash data to the agency;
166and the medium in which the traffic records must be submitted to
167the agency.
168     (b)  In the case of a county or multicounty area that has a
169certified central traffic records center, a law enforcement
170agency or driver must submit to the center within the time limit
171prescribed in this section a written report of the crash. A
172driver who is required to file a crash report must be notified
173of the proper place to submit the completed report.
174     (c)  Fees for copies of public records provided by a
175certified traffic records center shall be charged and collected
176as follows:
178     For a crash report     $10 per copy.
179     For a homicide report     $25 per copy.
180     For a uniform traffic citation     $0.50 per copy.
182The fees collected for copies of the public records provided by
183a certified traffic records center shall be used to fund the
184center or otherwise as designated by the county or counties
185participating in the center.
186     (3)(5)(a)  Crash reports that reveal the identity, home or
187employment telephone number or home or employment address of, or
188other personal information concerning the parties involved in
189the crash and that are held by any agency that regularly
190receives or prepares information from or concerning the parties
191to motor vehicle crashes are confidential and exempt from s.
192119.07(1) and s. 24(a), Art. I of the State Constitution for a
193period of 60 days after the date the report is filed.
194     (b)  Crash reports held by an agency under paragraph (a)
195may be made immediately available to the parties involved in the
196crash, their legal representatives, their licensed insurance
197agents, their insurers or insurers to which they have applied
198for coverage, persons under contract with such insurers to
199provide claims or underwriting information, prosecutorial
200authorities, victim services programs, radio and television
201stations licensed by the Federal Communications Commission,
202newspapers qualified to publish legal notices under ss. 50.011
203and 50.031, and free newspapers of general circulation,
204published once a week or more often, available and of interest
205to the public generally for the dissemination of news. For the
206purposes of this section, the following products or publications
207are not newspapers as referred to in this section: those
208intended primarily for members of a particular profession or
209occupational group; those with the primary purpose of
210distributing advertising; and those with the primary purpose of
211publishing names and other personal identifying information
212concerning parties to motor vehicle crashes.
213     (c)  Any local, state, or federal agency that is authorized
214to have access to crash reports by any provision of law shall be
215granted such access in the furtherance of the agency's statutory
217     (d)  As a condition precedent to accessing a crash report
218within 60 days after the date the report is filed, a person must
219present a valid driver's license or other photographic
220identification, proof of status, or identification that
221demonstrates his or her qualifications to access that
222information, and file a written sworn statement with the state
223or local agency in possession of the information stating that
224information from a crash report made confidential and exempt by
225this section will not be used for any commercial solicitation of
226accident victims, or knowingly disclosed to any third party for
227the purpose of such solicitation, during the period of time that
228the information remains confidential and exempt. In lieu of
229requiring the written sworn statement, an agency may provide
230crash reports by electronic means to third-party vendors under
231contract with one or more insurers, but only when such contract
232states that information from a crash report made confidential
233and exempt by this section will not be used for any commercial
234solicitation of accident victims by the vendors, or knowingly
235disclosed by the vendors to any third party for the purpose of
236such solicitation, during the period of time that the
237information remains confidential and exempt, and only when a
238copy of such contract is furnished to the agency as proof of the
239vendor's claimed status.
240     (e)  This subsection does not prevent the dissemination or
241publication of news to the general public by any legitimate
242media entitled to access confidential and exempt information
243pursuant to this section.
244     (4)(6)(a)  Any driver failing to file the written report
245required under subsection (1) or subsection (2) commits a
246noncriminal traffic infraction, punishable as a nonmoving
247violation as provided in chapter 318.
248     (b)  Any employee of a state or local agency in possession
249of information made confidential and exempt by this section who
250knowingly discloses such confidential and exempt information to
251a person not entitled to access such information under this
252section is guilty of a felony of the third degree, punishable as
253provided in s. 775.082, s. 775.083, or s. 775.084.
254     (c)  Any person, knowing that he or she is not entitled to
255obtain information made confidential and exempt by this section,
256who obtains or attempts to obtain such information commits is
257guilty of a felony of the third degree, punishable as provided
258in s. 775.082, s. 775.083, or s. 775.084.
259     (d)  Any person who knowingly uses confidential and exempt
260information in violation of a filed written sworn statement or
261contractual agreement required by this section commits a felony
262of the third degree, punishable as provided in s. 775.082, s.
263775.083, or s. 775.084.
264     (5)(7)  Except as specified in this subsection, each crash
265report made by a person involved in a crash and any statement
266made by such person to a law enforcement officer for the purpose
267of completing a crash report required by this section shall be
268without prejudice to the individual so reporting. No such report
269or statement shall be used as evidence in any trial, civil or
270criminal. However, subject to the applicable rules of evidence,
271a law enforcement officer at a criminal trial may testify as to
272any statement made to the officer by the person involved in the
273crash if that person's privilege against self-incrimination is
274not violated. The results of breath, urine, and blood tests
275administered as provided in s. 316.1932 or s. 316.1933 are not
276confidential and shall be admissible into evidence in accordance
277with the provisions of s. 316.1934(2). Crash reports made by
278persons involved in crashes shall not be used for commercial
279solicitation purposes; however, the use of a crash report for
280purposes of publication in a newspaper or other news periodical
281or a radio or television broadcast shall not be construed as
282"commercial purpose."
283     (6)(8)  A law enforcement officer, as defined in s.
284943.10(1), may enforce this section.
285     Section 3.  Subsections (1) and (5) of section 322.02,
286Florida Statutes, are amended to read:
287     322.02  Legislative intent; administration.-
288     (1)  The Legislature finds that over the past several years
289the department and individual county tax collectors have entered
290into contracts for the delivery of full and limited driver
291license services where such contractual relationships best
292served the public interest through state administration and
293enforcement and local government implementation. It is the
294intent of the Legislature that the complete transition of all
295driver license issuance services to tax collectors who are
296constitutional officers under s. 1(d), Art. VIII of the State
297Constitution be completed no later than June 30, 2015. The
298transition of services to appointed charter county tax
299collectors may occur on a limited basis as directed by the
300department future interests and processes for developing and
301expanding the department's relationship with tax collectors
302through contractual relationships for the delivery of driver
303license services be achieved through the provisions of this
304chapter, thereby serving best the public interest considering
305accountability, cost-effectiveness, efficiency, responsiveness,
306and high-quality service to the drivers in Florida.
307     (5)  The tax collector in and for his or her county may be
308designated the exclusive agent of the department to implement
309and administer the provisions of this chapter as provided by s.
311     Section 4.  Section 322.135, Florida Statutes, is amended
312to read:
313     322.135  Driver's license agents.-
314     (1)  The department shall may, upon application, authorize
315any or all of the tax collectors in the several counties of the
316state, subject to the requirements of law, in accordance with
317rules of the department, to serve as its agent for the provision
318of specified driver's license services.
319     (a)  These services shall be limited to the issuance of
320driver's licenses and identification cards as authorized by this
322     (b)  Each tax collector who is authorized by the department
323to provide driver's license services shall bear all costs
324associated with providing those services.
325     (c)  A service fee of $6.25 shall be charged, in addition
326to the fees set forth in this chapter, for providing all
327services pursuant to this chapter. The service fee may not be
329     1.  More than once per customer during a single visit to a
330tax collector's office.
331     2.  For a reexamination requested by the Medical Advisory
332Board or required pursuant to s. 322.221.
333     3.  For a voter registration transaction.
334     4.  For changes in an organ donation registration.
335     4.5.  In violation of any federal or state law.
336     (2)  Each tax collector is required to give a good and
337sufficient surety bond, payable to the department, conditioned
338upon his or her faithfully and truly performing the duties
339imposed upon him or her according to the requirements of law and
340the rules of the department and upon his or her accounting for
341all materials, records, and other property and money that come
342into his or her possession or control by reason of performing
343these duties.
344     (a)  The amount of the bond must be determined by the
345department as an amount not less than 10 percent above the
346average of the daily deposits of each tax collector.
347     (b)  If a tax collector is also an agent of the department
348for purposes of s. 320.03, the amount of the bond must be at
349least 10 percent above the average of the total daily deposits
350of all funds received by the tax collector on behalf of the
352     (c)  Notwithstanding the provisions of s. 320.03, only one
353bond is required in order for a tax collector to serve as an
354agent of the department under chapters 320 and 322.
355     (3)  Each tax collector shall keep a full and complete
356record of all materials, records, and other properties received
357by him or her from the department, or from any other source, and
358shall make prompt remittance of moneys collected by him or her
359at such times and in such manner as prescribed by law, in
360accordance with departmental rules.
361     (4)  A tax collector may not issue or renew a driver's
362license if he or she has any reason to believe that the licensee
363or prospective licensee is physically or mentally unqualified to
364operate a motor vehicle. The tax collector may direct any such
365licensee to the department for examination or reexamination
366under s. 322.221.
367     (5)  The department, in conjunction with the Florida Tax
368Collectors Association and the Florida Association of Counties,
369shall develop a plan to transition all driver's license issuance
370services to the county tax collectors who are constitutional
371officers under s. 1(d), Art. VIII of the State Constitution. The
372transition plan must be submitted to the President of the Senate
373and the Speaker of the House of Representatives on or before
374February 1, 2011. The transition plan must include a timeline to
375complete the full transition of all driver's license issuance
376services no later than June 30, 2015, and may include, but is
377not limited to, recommendations on the use of regional service
378centers, interlocal agreements, and equipment. The county tax
379collector at his or her option may apply to the department for
380approval by the executive director to be the exclusive agent of
381the department for his or her county to administer driver
382license services as provided and authorized in this chapter.
383     (a)  The application by the county tax collector shall be
384in writing to the executive director of the department. The
385application must be submitted by September 1 to be effective for
386the state's subsequent fiscal year beginning July 1.
387     (b)  The department shall provide a form for such
388application, which shall include the following information:
389     1.  Locations within the county where offices and branch
390offices for driver license services are proposed.
391     2.  The designation by the tax collector of the driver
392license functions to be performed by the tax collector in the
394     3.  Any anticipated capital acquisition or construction
396     4.  A projection of equipment available or to be provided
397by the department.
398     5.  All anticipated operating costs, including facilities,
399equipment, and personnel to administer driver license services.
400     (c)  The department shall review applications on or before
401September 1 of each year. The department shall compare the costs
402included in the information submitted in the application with
403the related costs incurred by the department to accomplish the
404same level of services. The department shall approve or deny an
405application within 60 calendar days after the application is
406received unless the department and the applicant agree mutually
407to a specific alternative date.
408     (d)  The department may provide technical assistance to an
409applicant upon request.
410     (6)  Administration of driver license services by a county
411tax collector as the exclusive agent of the department must be
412revenue neutral with no adverse state fiscal impact and with no
413adverse unfunded mandate to the tax collector.
414     (7)  Upon approval by the department for a tax collector to
415provide exclusive driver license services in a county, the
416department and the applicable tax collector shall develop a
417transition plan for the orderly transfer of service
418responsibilities to the tax collector. This plan shall include,
419but is not limited to:
420     (a)  The specifics of any possible use of any state-owned
421or leased facilities giving consideration to lease expiration
422date, cancellation provisions, and possibilities for sublease of
423such facilities.
424     (b)  Consideration of staffing needs of the tax collector,
425either the assumption by the collector or departmental
426relocation of employees adversely affected.
427     (c)  The execution of a standard agreement between the
428department and the tax collector for providing driver license
430     (8)  The county tax collector, as the exclusive agent of
431the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles, shall be
432paid fees for driver license services.
433     (6)(9)  Notwithstanding chapter 116, each county officer
434within this state who is authorized to collect funds provided
435for in this chapter shall pay all sums officially received by
436the officer into the State Treasury no later than 5 working days
437after the close of the business day in which the officer
438received the funds. Payment by county officers to the state
439shall be made by means of electronic funds transfers.
440     Section 5.  Subsection (11) of section 322.20, Florida
441Statutes, is amended to read:
442     322.20  Records of the department; fees; destruction of
444     (11)(a)  The department may charge the following fees for
445the following services and documents:
446     1.  For providing a transcript of any one individual's
447driver history record or any portion thereof for the past 3
448years or for searching for such record when no record is found
449on file     $8
450     2.  For providing a transcript of any one individual's
451driver history record or any portion thereof for the past 7
452years or for searching for such record when no record is found
453on file     $10
454     3.  For providing a certified copy of a transcript of the
455driver history record or any portion thereof for any one
456individual     $10
457     4.  For providing a certified photographic copy of a
458document, per page     $1
459     5.  For providing an exemplified record     $15
460     6.  For providing photocopies of documents, papers,
461letters, clearances, or license or insurance status reports, per
462page     $0.50
463     7.  For assisting persons in searching any one individual's
464driver record at a terminal located at the department's general
465headquarters in Tallahassee     $2
466     8. For searching for any one individual's driver history
467record when no record is found on file     $2
468     9. For electronically searching for any one individual's
469driver history record to determine if the record meets requested
470criteria     $0.01
471     (b)  The department shall furnish such information without
472charge to any local, state, or federal law enforcement agency or
473court upon proof satisfactory to the department as to the
474purpose of the investigation.
475     (c)  The clerks of court and tax collectors authorized
476under s. 322.135, may provide 3-year, 7-year, or complete driver
477records to any person requesting such records upon payment of
478the appropriate fees. In addition to the fees authorized under
479paragraph (a), clerks of court and tax collectors may assess the
480fee listed in s. 322.135(1)(c) for this service. The applicable
481record fees listed in paragraph (a) must be remitted to the
482department no later than 5 days after payment is received,
483unless a shorter remittance period is required by law.
484     Section 6.  Subsection (2) of section 322.2615, Florida
485Statutes, is amended to read:
486     322.2615  Suspension of license; right to review.-
487     (2)  Except as provided in paragraph (1)(a), the law
488enforcement officer shall forward to the department, within 5
489days after issuing the notice of suspension, the driver's
490license; an affidavit stating the officer's grounds for belief
491that the person was driving or in actual physical control of a
492motor vehicle while under the influence of alcoholic beverages
493or chemical or controlled substances; the results of any breath
494or blood test or an affidavit stating that a breath, blood, or
495urine test was requested by a law enforcement officer or
496correctional officer and that the person refused to submit; the
497officer's description of the person's field sobriety test, if
498any; the notice of suspension; and a copy of the crash report,
499if any. The failure of the officer to submit materials within
500the 5-day period specified in this subsection and in subsection
501(1) does not affect the department's ability to consider any
502evidence submitted at or prior to the hearing. The officer may
503also submit a copy of a videotape of the field sobriety test or
504the attempt to administer such test. Materials submitted to the
505department by a law enforcement agency or correctional agency
506shall be considered self-authenticating and shall be in the
507record for consideration by the hearing officer. Notwithstanding
508s. 316.066(5)(7), the crash report shall be considered by the
509hearing officer.
510     Section 7.  Paragraph (a) of subsection (1) of section
511324.051, Florida Statutes, is amended to read:
512     324.051  Reports of crashes; suspensions of licenses and
514     (1)(a)  Every law enforcement officer who, in the regular
515course of duty either at the time of and at the scene of the
516crash or thereafter by interviewing participants or witnesses,
517investigates a motor vehicle crash which he or she is required
518to report pursuant to s. 316.066(1)(3) shall forward a written
519report of the crash to the department within 10 days of
520completing the investigation. However, when the investigation of
521a crash will take more than 10 days to complete, a preliminary
522copy of the crash report shall be forwarded to the department
523within 10 days after of the occurrence of the crash, to be
524followed by a final report within 10 days after completion of
525the investigation. The report shall be on a form and contain
526information consistent with the requirements of s. 316.068.
527     Section 8.  Paragraph (c) of subsection (3) of section
528921.0022, Florida Statutes, is amended to read:
529     921.0022  Criminal Punishment Code; offense severity
530ranking chart.-
532     (c)  LEVEL 3
Florida StatuteFelony DegreeDescription
119.10(2)(b)3rdUnlawful use of confidential information from police reports.
316.066(4)(6)(b)-(d)3rdUnlawfully obtaining or using confidential crash reports.
316.193(2)(b)3rdFelony DUI, 3rd conviction.
316.1935(2)3rdFleeing or attempting to elude law enforcement officer in patrol vehicle with siren and lights activated.
319.30(4)3rdPossession by junkyard of motor vehicle with identification number plate removed.
319.33(1)(a)3rdAlter or forge any certificate of title to a motor vehicle or mobile home.
319.33(1)(c)3rdProcure or pass title on stolen vehicle.
319.33(4)3rdWith intent to defraud, possess, sell, etc., a blank, forged, or unlawfully obtained title or registration.
327.35(2)(b)3rdFelony BUI.
328.05(2)3rdPossess, sell, or counterfeit fictitious, stolen, or fraudulent titles or bills of sale of vessels.
328.07(4)3rdManufacture, exchange, or possess vessel with counterfeit or wrong ID number.
376.302(5)3rdFraud related to reimbursement for cleanup expenses under the Inland Protection Trust Fund.
379.2431(1)(e)5.3rdTaking, disturbing, mutilating, destroying, causing to be destroyed, transferring, selling, offering to sell, molesting, or harassing marine turtles, marine turtle eggs, or marine turtle nests in violation of the Marine Turtle Protection Act.
379.2431(1)(e)6.3rdSoliciting to commit or conspiring to commit a violation of the Marine Turtle Protection Act.
400.9935(4)3rdOperating a clinic without a license or filing false license application or other required information.
440.1051(3)3rdFalse report of workers' compensation fraud or retaliation for making such a report.
501.001(2)(b)2ndTampers with a consumer product or the container using materially false/misleading information.
624.401(4)(a)3rdTransacting insurance without a certificate of authority.
624.401(4)(b)1.3rdTransacting insurance without a certificate of authority; premium collected less than $20,000.
626.902(1)(a) & (b)3rdRepresenting an unauthorized insurer.
697.083rdEquity skimming.
790.15(3)3rdPerson directs another to discharge firearm from a vehicle.
796.05(1)3rdLive on earnings of a prostitute.
806.10(1)3rdMaliciously injure, destroy, or interfere with vehicles or equipment used in firefighting.
806.10(2)3rdInterferes with or assaults firefighter in performance of duty.
810.09(2)(c)3rdTrespass on property other than structure or conveyance armed with firearm or dangerous weapon.
812.014(2)(c)2.3rdGrand theft; $5,000 or more but less than $10,000.
812.0145(2)(c)3rdTheft from person 65 years of age or older; $300 or more but less than $10,000.
815.04(4)(b)2ndComputer offense devised to defraud or obtain property.
817.034(4)(a)3.3rdEngages in scheme to defraud (Florida Communications Fraud Act), property valued at less than $20,000.
817.2333rdBurning to defraud insurer.
817.234(8)(b)-(c)3rdUnlawful solicitation of persons involved in motor vehicle accidents.
817.234(11)(a)3rdInsurance fraud; property value less than $20,000.
817.2363rdFiling a false motor vehicle insurance application.
817.23613rdCreating, marketing, or presenting a false or fraudulent motor vehicle insurance card.
817.413(2)3rdSale of used goods as new.
817.505(4)3rdPatient brokering.
828.12(2)3rdTortures any animal with intent to inflict intense pain, serious physical injury, or death.
831.28(2)(a)3rdCounterfeiting a payment instrument with intent to defraud or possessing a counterfeit payment instrument.
831.292ndPossession of instruments for counterfeiting drivers' licenses or identification cards.
838.021(3)(b)3rdThreatens unlawful harm to public servant.
843.193rdInjure, disable, or kill police dog or horse.
860.15(3)3rdOvercharging for repairs and parts.
870.01(2)3rdRiot; inciting or encouraging.
893.13(1)(a)2.3rdSell, manufacture, or deliver cannabis (or other s. 893.03(1)(c), (2)(c)1., (2)(c)2., (2)(c)3., (2)(c)5., (2)(c)6., (2)(c)7., (2)(c)8., (2)(c)9., (3), or (4) drugs).
893.13(1)(d)2.2ndSell, manufacture, or deliver s. 893.03(1)(c), (2)(c)1., (2)(c)2., (2)(c)3., (2)(c)5., (2)(c)6., (2)(c)7., (2)(c)8., (2)(c)9., (3), or (4) drugs within 1,000 feet of university.
893.13(1)(f)2.2ndSell, manufacture, or deliver s. 893.03(1)(c), (2)(c)1., (2)(c)2., (2)(c)3., (2)(c)5., (2)(c)6., (2)(c)7., (2)(c)8., (2)(c)9., (3), or (4) drugs within 1,000 feet of public housing facility.
893.13(6)(a)3rdPossession of any controlled substance other than felony possession of cannabis.
893.13(7)(a)8.3rdWithhold information from practitioner regarding previous receipt of or prescription for a controlled substance.
893.13(7)(a)9.3rdObtain or attempt to obtain controlled substance by fraud, forgery, misrepresentation, etc.
893.13(7)(a)10.3rdAffix false or forged label to package of controlled substance.
893.13(7)(a)11.3rdFurnish false or fraudulent material information on any document or record required by chapter 893.
893.13(8)(a)1.3rdKnowingly assist a patient, other person, or owner of an animal in obtaining a controlled substance through deceptive, untrue, or fraudulent representations in or related to the practitioner's practice.
893.13(8)(a)2.3rdEmploy a trick or scheme in the practitioner's practice to assist a patient, other person, or owner of an animal in obtaining a controlled substance.
893.13(8)(a)3.3rdKnowingly write a prescription for a controlled substance for a fictitious person.
893.13(8)(a)4.3rdWrite a prescription for a controlled substance for a patient, other person, or an animal if the sole purpose of writing the prescription is a monetary benefit for the practitioner.
918.13(1)(a)3rdAlter, destroy, or conceal investigation evidence.
944.47(1)(a)1.-2.3rdIntroduce contraband to correctional facility.
944.47(1)(c)2ndPossess contraband while upon the grounds of a correctional institution.
985.7213rdEscapes from a juvenile facility (secure detention or residential commitment facility).
595     Section 9.  This act shall take effect July 1, 2010.

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