2009 Florida Statutes
THEFT, ROBBERY, AND RELATED CRIMES
Theft from persons 65 years of age or older; reclassification of offenses.
Unlawful possession or use of a fifth wheel.
Retail and farm theft; transit fare evasion; mandatory fine; alternative punishment; detention and arrest; exemption from liability for false arrest; resisting arrest; penalties.
Suspension of driver's license following an adjudication of guilt for theft.
Possession of altered property.
Use of a fraudulently obtained or false receipt.
Dealing in stolen property.
Dealing in property paid for in whole or in part by the Medicaid program.
Dealing in stolen property by use of the Internet.
Evidence of theft or dealing in stolen property.
Charging theft and dealing in stolen property.
Civil remedies; limitation on civil and criminal actions.
Construction of ss. 812.012-812.037.
Certain purchases prohibited.
Physical inspection of junkyards, scrap metal processing plants, salvage yards, licensed motor vehicle or vessel dealers, repair shops, parking lots, public garages, towing and storage facilities.
Larceny; return of property to owner; procedure.
Notification to owner and law enforcement agency initiating stolen motor vehicle report upon recovery of stolen vehicle.
Trade secrets; theft, embezzlement; unlawful copying; definitions; penalty.
Robbery by sudden snatching.
Trespass and larceny with relation to utility fixtures; theft of utility services.
Theft of copper or other nonferrous metals.
Unauthorized reception of communications services; penalties.
Hiring, leasing, or obtaining personal property or equipment with the intent to defraud; failing to return hired or leased personal property or equipment; rules of evidence.
Operating chop shops; definitions; penalties; restitution; forfeiture.
Convenience business security.
Training of employees.
Enforcement; civil fine.