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1. 812.135 f.s.
Abstract: Section 812.135, Florida Statutes 2009 812.135  Home-invasion robbery.-- (1)  "Home-invasion robbery" means any robbery that occurs when the offender enters a dwelling with the intent to commit a robbery, and does commit a robbery of the occupants therein. (2)(a)  If in the course of committing

2. 812.13 f.s.
Abstract: Section 812.13, Florida Statutes 2009 812.13  Robbery.-- (1)  "Robbery" means the taking of money or other property which may be the subject of larceny from the person or custody of another, with intent to either permanently or temporarily deprive the person or the owner of the money or other p

3. 812.131 f.s.
Abstract: Section 812.131, Florida Statutes 2009 812.131  Robbery by sudden snatching.-- (1)  "Robbery by sudden snatching" means the taking of money or other property from the victim's person, with intent to permanently or temporarily deprive the victim or the owner of the money or other property, when,

4. 776.08 f.s.
Abstract: Section 776.08, Florida Statutes 2009 776.08  Forcible felony.--"Forcible felony" means treason; murder; manslaughter; sexual battery; carjacking; home-invasion robbery; robbery; burglary; arson; kidnapping; aggravated assault; aggravated battery; aggravated stalking; aircraft piracy; unlawful

5. 910.10 f.s.
Abstract: Section 910.10, Florida Statutes 2009 910.10  Where stolen property brought into another county.--A person who obtains property by larceny, robbery, or embezzlement may be tried in any county in which the person exercises control over the property. History.--s. 169, ch. 19554, 1939; CGL 1940 S

6. 30.52 f.s.
Abstract: Section 30.52, Florida Statutes 2009 30.52  Handling of public funds.--The sheriff shall keep public funds in his or her custody, either in his or her office in an amount not in excess of the burglary, theft, and robbery insurance provided, the cost of which is hereby authorized as an expense o

7. 219.201 f.s.
Abstract: Section 219.201, Florida Statutes 2009 219.201  Handling of public funds.--No public funds shall be retained in the custody of the supervisor in an amount in excess of the burglary, theft, and robbery insurance coverage for that office; the cost of that insurance coverage is authorized as an ex

8. 944.605 f.s.
Abstract: Section 944.605, Florida Statutes 2009 944.605  Inmate release; notification.-- (1)  Within 6 months before the release of an inmate from the custody of the Department of Corrections or a private correctional facility by expiration of sentence under s. 944.275 , any release program provided by

9. 948.062 f.s.
Abstract: Section 948.062, Florida Statutes 2009 948.062  Reviewing and reporting serious offenses committed by offenders placed on probation or community control.-- (1)  The department shall review the circumstances related to an offender placed on probation or community control who has been arrested wh

10. 985.465 f.s.
Abstract: Section 985.465, Florida Statutes 2009 985.465  Juvenile correctional facilities or juvenile prison.--A juvenile correctional facility or juvenile prison is a physically secure residential commitment program with a designated length of stay from 18 months to 36 months, primarily serving childre

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