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Section 923.01, Florida Statutes 2003

923.01  Criminal report.--Each committing magistrate at the time commitment papers are sent by her or him to the proper trial court, and the sheriff when an arrest is made, other than on a capias, shall transmit to the prosecuting attorney of the trial court having jurisdiction, a report in the following form:


Date: _____ Name and address of defendant: _____ Age: _____. If under 18, give name and address of parent, next friend, or guardian: _____ Name of offense, such as murder, assault, robbery, etc.: _____ Date and place where committed: _____ Value of property stolen: _____ Kind of property stolen: _____ Kind of building robbed: _____ Name and address of owner of property stolen or building robbed: _____ Name and address of occupant of building robbed: _____ Name of party assaulted or murdered: _____ Weapon used in assault or murder: _____ Exhibits taken at scene of crime or from defendant: _____ Name of custodian of such exhibits: _____ Location of building or place where offense committed: _____ Previous prison record of defendant: _____ Has defendant been arrested: _____ Does defendant desire to plead guilty: _____ Names and addresses of state witnesses: _____ Name of defendant's lawyer: _____ If defendant is released on bond, names and addresses of sureties: _____ Brief statement of facts: _____ Name of committing magistrate: _____ If additional space required, use reverse side of this sheet.

 (Signature of party making this report.) 

History.--s. 277, ch. 19554, 1939; CGL 1940 Supp. 8663(287); s. 70, ch. 77-121; s. 1551, ch. 97-102.

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