The Florida Statutes
The 2016 Florida Statutes
Legislative findings and intent as to basic charge of sexual battery.
Dangerous sexual felony offender; mandatory sentencing.
Common-law presumption relating to age abolished.
Ignorance or belief as to victim’s age no defense.
Sexual battery by multiple perpetrators; reclassification of offenses.
Administration of medroxyprogesterone acetate (MPA) to persons convicted of sexual battery.
Unlawful to disclose identifying information.
Civil right of action for communicating the identity of a sexual crime victim.
Duty to report sexual battery; penalties.
Unlawful to publish or broadcast information identifying sexual offense victim.
Unlawful sexual activity with certain minors.
Sexual battery; notification of victim’s rights and services.
Access to services for victims of sexual battery.
Rape Crisis Program Trust Fund.
Sexual predators; erectile dysfunction drugs.
Female genital mutilation.
Forfeiture of retirement benefits.