HB 687: Theft Offenses
GENERAL BILL by Perman
Theft Offenses; Revises values used in classification of thefts from persons age 65 or older; provides more severe ranking under Criminal Punishment Code for specified communications fraud violations involving victims age 65 or older; provides minimum mandatory sentences for specified white collar crime offenses; provides additional minimum mandatory sentences for certain offenses based on number of victims.
Last Action: 3/9/2012 House - Died in Criminal Justice Subcommittee
Bill Text: Web Page | PDF
HB 687, Original Filed Version (Current Bill Version) Posted 11/16/2011 at 12:38 PM
Bill Text: Web Page | PDF Analyses: None
Related Bills (1)
Bill Number Subject Filed By Relationship Last Action and Location Track Bills S 1216 Theft Offenses Fasano Identical Last Action: 3/9/2012 S Died in Criminal Justice
Location: In committee/council (CJ)
Citations - Statutes (4)
Citation Catchline Location in Bill Location In Bill Help 775.0844 White Collar Crime Victim Protection Act. Page 3 (pdf) 812.0145 Theft from persons 65 years of age or older; reclassification of offenses. Page 1 (pdf) 817.034 Florida Communications Fraud Act. Page 2 (pdf) 921.0022 Criminal Punishment Code; offense severity ranking chart. Page 7 (pdf)
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