2010 Florida Statutes
Conditions of pretrial release.
Conditions of pretrial release.—
As a condition of pretrial release, whether such release is by surety bail bond or recognizance bond or in some other form, the defendant shall:
Refrain from criminal activity of any kind.
Refrain from any contact of any type with the victim, except through pretrial discovery pursuant to the Florida Rules of Criminal Procedure.
Comply with all conditions of pretrial release.
Upon motion by the defendant when bail is set, or upon later motion properly noticed pursuant to law, the court may modify the condition required by paragraph (1)(b) if good cause is shown and the interests of justice so require. The victim shall be permitted to be heard at any proceeding in which such modification is considered, and the state attorney shall notify the victim of the provisions of this subsection and of the pendency of any such proceeding.
s. 43, ch. 84-103; s. 12, ch. 84-363; s. 2, ch. 2006-279.