2014 Florida Statutes
Judicial officers have committing authority.
Issuance of arrest warrants.
Direction and execution of warrant.
Admission to bail when arrest occurs in another county.
Issue of warrant when offense triable in another county.
When summons shall be issued.
How summons served.
Effect of not answering summons.
Summons against corporation.
Effect of failure by corporation to answer summons.
When arrest by officer without warrant is lawful.
When notice to appear by officer without warrant is lawful.
Federal law enforcement officers; powers.
Stop and Frisk Law.
Method of arrest by officer by a warrant.
Method of arrest by officer without warrant.
Officer may summon assistance.
Right of officer to break into building.
Use of force to effect release of person making arrest detained in building.
Search of person arrested.
Strip searches of persons arrested; body cavity search.
Search of person arrested for identifying device indicating a medical disability.
Arrest after escape or rescue.
Right of person arrested to consult attorney.
Interpreter services for deaf persons.
Fresh pursuit; arrest outside jurisdiction.
Authority to patrol municipally owned or leased property and facilities outside municipal limits; taking into custody outside territorial jurisdiction.
Arrest and detention of foreign nationals.
Notice to appear for misdemeanors or violations of municipal or county ordinances; effect on authority to conduct search.
Authorization to take person to medical facility.
Failure to obey written promise to appear.
Financial responsibility for medical expenses.
Prohibition against giving false name or false identification by person arrested or lawfully detained; penalties; court orders.