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Uniform Bond Schedule for Pinellas County, FL

Courts throughout Florida use their own procedures for setting bond in misdemeanor and felony cases. These procedures are often spelled out in administrative orders signed by the Chief Judge in each judicial circuit. The purpose of the Uniform Bond Schedule is to have a consistent way of handling certain types of cases.

The Uniform Bond Schedule used by the court system in Pinellas County is established by Administrative Order, No. 2012-049 PI-CIR. This administrative order was signed on November 7, 2012.

On July 1, 2013, the terms and conditions of Administrative Order 2012-049 PI-CIR was amended to change the Range of Bond Recommended Amount. The amendment, Administrative Order No. 2013-032 PI-CIR explains the current Uniform Bond Schedule for Pinellas County.


Notice to Appear in Misdemeanor Cases

Section one of the administrative order provides that "[a]ll law enforcement agencies in Pinellas County are urged to use a Notice to Appear, pursuant to Rule of Criminal Procedure 3.125, where permitted by law."


Release on His or Her Own Recognizance (ROR)

Section two of the administrative order provides that the Sheriff for the Pinellas County Sheriff's Office is "authorized to release any person on his or her own recognizance (ROR) who is in pre-trial status on a warrant from another jurisdiction and charged with an ordinance violation, misdemeanor, or an offense specified in Attachment A" under the following conditions:

  1. the Sheriff has sent written notice to the other jurisdiction that the inmate will be released pursuant to this Administrative Order if the inmate is not picked up within 72 hours from notification, excluding weekends and holidays; and
  2. the other jurisdiction has not picked up the inmate in accordance with the notification, and
  3. the inmate is not subject to the provisions of § 903.0351, Florida Statutes, or is not otherwise required by law to be held.

Arrest Procedures for Members of the Military

Section three of the administrative order provides that the Sheriff for the Pinellas County Sheriff's Office is "authorized to release any person on pre-trial status who is a member of the United States Armed Forces to the custody of MacDill Air Force Base unless the inmate is subject to the provisions of § 903.0351, Florida Statutes, or unless the inmate is otherwise required by law to be held."


Procedures for Setting Bond in Pinellas County

Section four provides the following procedures are implemented for setting bond for defendants at those Pinellas Counties receiving facilities housing defendants. The administrative order provides:

A. Arresting Officer--Function at Booking Desk.

1. The arresting officer shall complete all information on the complaint affidavit, setting forth the statute number and the degree of the crime for which the defendant is charged, together with a short statement of the facts involved in the alleged crime.

2. The arresting officer shall specifically ask the defendant for his or her current residence address. The arresting officer shall not rely upon any identification furnished by the defendant, unless the defendant is unable to verbally advise the officer of the address. The name and address of the defendant shall be listed on the complaint affidavit.

3. The arresting officer shall leave the bond portion of the complaint affidavit blank, unless the defendant was arrested upon a warrant, in which case the bond set on the warrant shall be entered.

4. For any arrest which has been made based upon probable cause with no warrant involved and where the arresting officer possesses specific reason(s) to believe that a bond, in an amount higher or lower than the amount established pursuant to this Administrative Order should be set, the arresting officer may personally contact a judge and said judge may set a bond outside of the provisions of this Administrative Order. The arresting officer shall enter the amount of bond, as set by the judge, upon the complaint affidavit specifically annotating which judge approved the bond amount.

B. Booking Officer--Function.

1. For the purposes of this Administrative Order, the term “booking officer” means the employee of the receiving facility who receives the prisoner from the arresting officer.

2. For persons charged with an ordinance violation or a first or second degree misdemeanor, the booking officer may issue a Notice to Appear (NTA) in accordance with Rule of Criminal Procedure 3.125 if the booking officer determines that there is a likelihood that the accused will appear as directed and the defendant is not otherwise required to be held.

3. The booking officer shall specifically ask the defendant to verify his or her current residence address. The booking officer shall not rely on any address listed on any identification in the possession of the defendant, unless the defendant is unable to verbalize his or her address.

4. If the arrest is based upon a warrant, the booking officer shall confirm that the bond on the warrant has been correctly placed on the complaint affidavit, and, if not, enter the bond amount set out in the warrant.

5. If the defendant is being booked by virtue of an arrest based on probable cause, the booking officer shall enter the bond amount on the complaint affidavit, in the space provided for that purpose.

6. With every defendant, the booking officer shall follow the recommended bond set forth by this Administrative Order for the particular degree of crime charged unless the booking officer determines:

a. that a lower bond or ROR is more appropriate than the recommended bond in which case the booking officer may set the bond down to the lower end of the bond schedule, or

b. that a higher bond is more appropriate than the recommended bond based on the guidelines set forth in this Administrative Order in which case the booking officer may set a higher bond up to the maximum allowable pursuant to this Administrative Order.

In order to increase the bond the booking officer must specifically set out, in writing on the complaint affidavit one or more of the aggravating factors enumerated below; or

c. that the arresting officer has contacted a judge pursuant to A.4. above and a judge has authorized a bond different from this Order.

7. Aggravating factors which the booking officer is permitted to consider when an increase in the bond amount is contemplated are:

a. At the time of arrest, the defendant had committed more than one offense.

b. The defendant cannot provide a local address or a permanent place of residence in the Tampa Bay area.

c. The defendant has a prior criminal record.

d. The defendant is on probation, parole, community control or any other form of supervision.

e. There are outstanding warrants or holds for the defendant from this or any other jurisdiction.

f. The arresting officer or booking officer has reason to believe that should the defendant be released, bodily injury may be inflicted upon the alleged victim or another by the defendant.

g. The arresting officer or booking officer has reason to believe that should the defendant be released from custody, the defendant would not return to Court when summoned.

If the booking officer finds aggravating factors (f) or (g), the basis for those aggravating factors should be stated in writing on the complaint advisory affidavit.

C. Range of Bond--Recommended Amount. For offenses added to the statutes subsequent to the date of this Order, these ranges of bonds will be used for the new offenses, unless otherwise provided in a subsequent administrative order.

The first figure represents the "low bond" amount, the second represents the "high bond" amount and the third represents the "recommended bond" amount.

2nd Degree Felony Eligible if specified in Attachment A **
$1,000 $10,000 $5,000

3rd Degree Felony * Exception - See Below
$1,000 $10,000 $5,000

3rd Degree Felony Eligible if specified on Attachment A **
$500 $5,00 $2,000

Other Exceptions:

Any Battery that is a 3rd Degree Felony
$1,000 $5,000 $,2000

3rd Degree Felony - DUI and BUI offenses, Section 316.193 or Section 327.35, Fla. Stat.
$2,000 $10,000 $5,000

3rd Degree Felony - DWLSR offense, Section 322.34, Fla. Stat., where the defendant has 4 or more previous DWLSRs or the defendant's license was previously suspended due to DUI or drug charges.
$2,500 $10,000 $5,000

1st Degree Misdemeanor * Exception - See Below
ROR - UNSUPERVISED $500 $150

Other exceptions:

Any Battery that is a 1st Degree Misdemeanor
$250 $1,000 $500

Any Domestic Violence related charge listed in the exceptions below BUT ONLY at or after first appearance
ROR $5,000 $2,500

DUI or BUI - Property Damage 1st or 2nd offense Section 316.193(3)(c) 1, or 327.35(3)(c)
$250 $1,000 $500

DUI or BUI - Property Damage 3rd offense Section 316.193(3)(c)1, or Section 327.35(3)(c)1, Fla. Stat.
$500 $2,500 $1,000

1st Degree Misdemeanor DWLSR offenses Section 322.34, Fla. Stat., where the defendant has 4 or more previous DWLSRs of the defendant's license was previously suspended due to DUI or drug charges.
$500 $2,500 $1,000

Failure to Appear (FTA) Section 843.15(1)(b), Fla. Stat.
$250 $1,500 $500

Prostitution offenses, 2nd and subsequent offense Section 796.07, Fla. Stat.
ROR - UNSUPERVISED $500 $250


Exceptions--No Bond:

For capital crimes the bond is automatically “none.” The defendant is to be held with no bond until his or her first appearance hearing before the judge for the following:

Leaving the scene of a crash involving death or personal injuries when the defendant has previously been convicted of a violation of § 316.027, § 316.061, § 316.191, or § 316.193, or a felony violation of § 322.34, Florida Statutes,

Domestic violence as defined by § 741.28, Florida Statutes,

Non-domestic stalking (§ 784.048, Florida Statutes),

Any violation of a domestic violence injunction (§ 741.30(9) (b), Florida Statutes),

Any violation of an injunction for dating, repeat or sexual violence (§ 784.046, Florida Statutes),

Any violation of an injunction for protection against stalking (§ 784.0487, Florida Statutes),

Any violation of pretrial release where the original arrest was for an act of domestic violence (§ 741.29(6), Florida Statutes),

Any arrest where the crime charged is a violation of chapter 874 or alleged to be subject to enhanced punishment under chapter 874, or

Any arrest for burglary (§ 810.02, Florida Statutes) during a state of emergency in the county.    

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THE JUDGE CAN THEN SET AN APPROPRIATE BOND FOR THE DEFENDANT AT FIRST APPEARANCE BASED UPON THE EVIDENCE PRESENTED.

For DUI and BUI, pursuant to section 316.193(9) and 327.35(8), Florida Statutes, the defendant is to be held until his or her blood-alcohol level or breath-alcohol level is less than 0.05 or 8 hours have elapsed from the time the he or she was arrested.   

** Attachment A is a list of eligible second and third degree felonies.

5. The judges who preside over first appearances pursuant to Rule of Criminal Procedure 3.130, (advisories) or bond calendars are encouraged to ROR persons with or without electronic monitoring when the offender is charged with a misdemeanor or an eligible second or third degree felony specified in Attachment A and the judge has determined the defendant is likely to appear for further proceedings before the Court, unless prohibited by § 903.0351, Florida Statutes, or other provisions of law.


Procedures for Notice to Appear in Misdemeanor Cases in Pinellas County

Section 6 of the administrative order sets out a procedure for issuing a notice to appear in certain misdemeanor cases. Under the order, "For misdemeanor offenses which will be charged by an information, the Sheriff is authorized to issue a Notice to Appear to any pre-trial defendant whose highest charge is a first degree misdemeanor when such incarcerated pre-trial defendant has not been charged by an information or Notice to Appear within (7) days following first appearance, excluding weekends and holidays."

The Sheriff shall not release persons pursuant to this paragraph who are charged with crimes of domestic violence as defined by § 741.28, Florida Statutes including: 

  • non-domestic stalking (§ 784.048, Florida Statutes),
  • any violation of a domestic violence injunction (§ 741.30(9)(b), Florida Statutes),
  • any violation of an injunction for dating, repeat or sexual repeat violence (§ 784.046, Florida Statutes),
  • any violation of an injunction against stalking (§ 784.0487, Florida Statutes), or
  • for violation of pretrial release where the original arrest was for an act of domestic violence (§ 741.29(6), Florida Statutes).

The Sheriff shall notify the county criminal administrative judge, the State Attorney, and the Public Defender of any pre-trial misdemeanor defendant who remains in jail for 30 days whose highest charge is a first degree misdemeanor. This notification shall not include those whose misdemeanor charge would constitute a felony violation of probation.

The Sheriff shall provide the Public Defender with the information needed for the Public Defender to set these defendants on a bond calendar. If a defendant is pro se or is represented by private counsel, the Sheriff shall provide Court Administration with the information needed for the Court to set the defendant on a bond calendar.

The Public Defender and Court Administration shall set such defendants for further review of bond status on the next regularly scheduled bond calendar that will allow for adequate notice to the victim, if any.

Defendants who are required by law to be held shall not be included on such calendars.

8. The Sheriff shall notify the criminal administrative judge, the State Attorney, and the Public Defender of any pre-trial defendant who remains in jail for 90 days whose highest charge is a second or third degree felony enumerated on Attachment A.

The Sheriff shall provide the Public Defender with the information needed for the Public Defender to set these defendants on a bond calendar. If a defendant is pro se or is represented by private counsel, the Sheriff shall provide Court Administration with the information needed for the Court to set the defendant on a bond calendar.

The Public Defender and Court Administration shall set such defendants for further review of bond status on the next regularly scheduled bond calendar that will allow for adequate notice to the victim, if any.

Defendants who are required by law to be held shall not be included on such calendars. The bond hearings set pursuant to this paragraph shall be coordinated with the Criminal Administrative Judge to ensure that the number of defendants set on such calendars can be heard.


Stipulations for Bond Reductions in Pinellas County, FL

Section 9 of the Administrative Order addresses the need for stipulations between the defense attorney and the prosecutor with the State Attorney's Office when a bond reduction is agreed upon. Under the order, the Assistant Public Defender in Pinellas County is encouraged to meet with his clients as soon as possible after appointment so that cases can be expedited where appropriate.

When the Public Defender and the State Attorney have agreed to a bond reduction or agreed to a plea, and the Public Defender is unable to get that case on a calendar for the change of plea or bond reduction hearing within three (3) business days, the Public Defender shall forthwith provide the case number to the Criminal Administrative Judge.


Structured Release of Pre-Trial Detainees in Pinellas County, FL

The administrative order deals with the problem of structuring a release of inmates when the population of the jail exceeds 3,300. Under the order, the Sheriff of the Pinellas County Sherrif's Office, after prior consultation with the Chief Judge, may release all inmates who fall within category (A) below. Should this fail to reduce the population to 3,300 or fewer, the Sheriff may release all inmates in each successive category, one category at a time, until the population is reduced to 3,300 or fewer.

Under the administrative order, inmates with certain types of charges should not be released including:

  • Persons who are held on a charge of Failure to Appear or held on a capias for Failure to Appear, or who are required by § 903.0351, Florida Statutes, or other provisions of law to be held shall not be released.
  • Persons who are held for crimes of domestic violence as defined by § 741.28, Florida Statutes including:
    • non-domestic stalking (§ 784.048, Florida Statutes),
    • any violation of a domestic violence injunction (§ 741.30(9)(b), Florida Statutes),
    • any violation of an injunction for dating, repeat, or sexual violence (§ 784.046, Florida Statutes),
    • any violation of an injunction for protection against stalking (§ 784.0487, Florida Statutes), or
    • for violation of pretrial release where the original arrest was for an act of domestic violence (§ 741.29(6), Florida Statutes) and
    • persons held on a violation of probation shall not be released through structured release but may be released through structured review provided in paragraph 11.
  • Persons who are being held on a warrant from another jurisdiction shall not be released pursuant to this paragraph (but may be released pursuant to paragraph two or three.)
  • For all other inmates the following rules apply:
    • all inmates whose highest charge is a local ordinance violation or second degree misdemeanor who have been held in excess of 10 days may be released on unsupervised ROR.
    • all inmates whose highest charge is a local ordinance violation or second degree misdemeanor may be released on unsupervised ROR.
    • all inmates whose highest charge is a first degree misdemeanor who have been held in excess of 30 days may be released on unsupervised ROR.
    • all inmates whose highest charge is a first degree misdemeanor who have been held in excess of 10 days may be released on unsupervised ROR.
    • all inmates whose highest charge is a first degree misdemeanor may be released on unsupervised ROR.
  • Structured review of pre-trial detainees. If the structured release of pre-trial detainees specified in paragraph 10 has been fully implemented but the population of the jail still exceeds 3,300, the Sheriff shall notify the Criminal Administrative Judge, the State Attorney, and the Public Defender.

The Sheriff shall provide the Public Defender with the information needed to set inmates, one category at a time, on a bond calendar. If the defendant is pro se or is represented by private counsel, the Sheriff shall provide Court Administration with the information needed for the Court to set the defendant on a bond calendar.

The Public Defender and Court Administration shall set such defendants in category (A) and those in each successive category, one category at a time, on the next bond calendar until the population is reduced to 3,300 or fewer.

The defendants shall be set for further review of bond status on the next regularly scheduled bond calendar that will allow for adequate notice to the victim, if any.

Persons who are held on a violation of probation shall only be set on such calendars pursuant to subparagraph (A) or subparagraph (J).

Persons who are held on a charge of Failure to Appear or held on a capias for Failure to Appear, or who are required by § 903.0351, Florida Statutes or other provisions of law to be held shall not be included on such bond calendars.

For other inmates, the following priority rules apply:

A. all inmates whose highest charge is domestic violence as defined by § 741.28, Florida Statutes to include:

non-domestic stalking (§ 784.048, Florida Statutes),

any violation of a domestic violence injunction (§ 741.30(9)(b), Florida Statutes),

any violation of an injunction for dating, repeat, or sexual violence (§ 784.046, Florida Statutes),

any violation of an injunction for protection against stalking (§ 784.0487, Florida Statutes),

any violation of pretrial release where the original arrest was for an act of domestic violence (§ 741.29(6), Florida Statutes) or inmates who are held on a misdemeanor violation of probation.

B. all inmates whose highest charge is no more than one 3rd degree felony who have been held over 90 days.

C. all inmates who are charged with no more than one 3rd degree felony who have been held for over 30 days.

D. all inmates who are charged with no more than one 3rd degree felony who have been held for over 10 days.

E. all inmates who are charged with no more than one 3rd degree felony.

F. all inmates who are charged with no more than two 3rd degree felonies who have been held over 90 days.

G. all inmates who are charged with no more than two 3rd degree felonies who have been held for over 30 days.

H. all inmates who are charged with no more than two 3rd degree felonies who have been held for over 10 days.

I. all inmates who are charged with no more than two 3rd degree felonies.

J. all inmates who are charged with violation of probation whose highest charge is a 3rd degree felony.

12. Structured release of sentenced offenders. If the structured release and structured review of pre-trial detainees specified in paragraphs 10 and 11 has been fully implemented but the population of the jail still exceeds 3,300 the Sheriff, after prior consultation with the Chief Judge, may release all inmates who fall within category (A), below.

Should this fail to reduce the population to 3,300 or fewer, the Sheriff may release all inmates in each successive category, one category at a time, until the population is reduced to 3,300 or fewer.

A. any sentenced misdemeanant with less than 10 days remaining on his or her sentence may be released by the Sheriff on electronic monitoring or other alternative sentence unless the sentencing court specifically prohibited such release or unless otherwise prohibited by law.

B. any sentenced misdemeanant with less than 30 days remaining on his or her sentence may be released by the Sheriff on electronic monitoring or other alternative unless the sentencing court specifically prohibited such release or unless otherwise prohibited by law.

C. any sentenced misdemeanant may be released by the Sheriff on electronic monitoring or other alternative sentence unless the sentencing court specifically prohibited such release or unless otherwise prohibited by law.

D. any person serving a county jail sentence for the offenses specified in Attachment A with less than 10 days remaining on his or her sentence may be released by the Sheriff on electronic monitoring or other alternative sentence unless the sentencing court specifically prohibited such release or unless otherwise prohibited by law.

E. any person serving a county jail sentence for the offenses specified in Attachment A with less than 30 days remaining on his or her sentence may be released by the Sheriff on electronic monitoring or other alternative sentence unless the sentencing court specifically prohibited such release or unless otherwise prohibited by law.

F. any person serving a county jail sentence for the offenses specified in Attachment A with less than 60 days remaining on his or her sentence may be released by the Sheriff on electronic monitoring or other alternative sentence unless the sentencing court specifically prohibited such release or unless otherwise prohibited by law.

G. any person serving a county jail sentence for the offenses specified in Attachment A may be released by the Sheriff on electronic monitoring or other alternative sentence unless the sentencing court specifically prohibited such release or unless otherwise prohibited by law.

13. Notwithstanding the structured release and structured review provided for in paragraphs 10, 11, and 12, for misdemeanants and felons sentenced to time in the county jail, the Sheriff has and continues to have the authority to place a misdemeanant inmate on electronic monitoring or other alternative sentencing program at any time unless prohibited by the court and continues to have the authority to place a felony inmate on electronic monitoring or other alternative sentencing program if specifically authorized to do so in the Judgment and Sentence or other specific order of the Court.


Alternative Sentence Program in Pinellas County, FL

Section fourteen of the administrative order provides that for "purposes of this Administrative Order, alternative sentence programs include but are not limited to electronic monitoring, work release, Parks Program, and any other alternative sentencing program operated by the Sheriff pursuant to law."


Scheduling Violation of Probation Hearings in Pinellas County, FL

In Pinellas County, section 15 of the administrative order provides that the State Attorney's Office shall schedule violation of probation or community control hearings on an incarcerated defendant "no later than ten (10) calendar days" after the arrest of the defendant.


ATTACHMENT ‘A’

Eligible Third Degree Felonies

24.118(3)(a) - Counterfeit or altered lottery ticket

212.054(2)(b) - Discretionary sales surtax

212.15(2)(b)- Failure to remit sales taxes

316.066(6)(b)-(d) - Unlawfully obtaining or using confidential crash reports

319.30(4) - Possession by junkyard of vehicle with plate removed

319.30(5) - Sell, exchange, or give certificate of title or plate

319.33(1)(a) - Alter or forge certificate of title to motor vehicle

319.33(1)(c) - Procure or pass title to stolen vehicle

319.33(4) - Possess or sell unlawfully obtained title

319.35(1)(a) - Tamper or adjust odometer

320.26(1)(a) - Counterfeit, manufacture, or sell license plates

322.212(1)(a)-(c) - Possession of forged, stolen, counterfeit driver's license

322.212(4) - Supply unauthorized driver's license

322.212(5)(a) - False application for driver's license

328.05(2) - Possess, sell, etc. counterfeit title to vessels

328.07(4) - Manufacture or sell vessel with wrong ID number

370.12(1)(e)3,4 - Possession of marine turtle eggs

370.12(1)(e)5 - Molesting marine turtles or eggs

370.12(1)(e)6 - Soliciting or conspiring to commit violation of Marine Turtle Protection Act

376.302(5) - Fraud re: Inland Protection Trust Fund

400.905(1) - Operating clinic without license

403.413(5)(c) - Dumping waste litter--more than 500 lbs

409.920(2) - Medicaid provider fraud

414.39(2) - Unauthorized use, forgery, alteration of food stamps or Medicaid ID

414.39(3)(a) - Fraudulent misappropriation of public assistance funds

443.071(1) - False statement to obtain unemployment benefits

440.105(3)(b) - Receipt of fee without approval of judge--compensation claims

440.1051(3) - False report of workers compensation fraud or retaliation

456.065(2)(d)1 - Practicing a health care profession without license

458.327(1)- Practicing medicine without a license

459.013(1) - Practicing osteopathic medicine without license

460.411(1) - Practicing chiropractic medicine without license

461.012(1) - Practicing podiatric medicine without license

462.17 - Practicing naturopathy without a license

463.015(1) - Practicing optometry without a license

464.016(1) - Practicing nursing without a license

465.015(2) - Practicing pharmacy without a license

466.026(1) - Practicing dentistry without license

467.201 - Practicing midwifery without a license

468.366 - Delivering respiratory care services without license

483.828(1) - Practicing as clinical laboratory personnel without license

483.901(9) - Practicing medical physics without a license

484.013(1)(c) - Preparing or dispensing optical devices without prescription

484.053 - Dispensing hearing aids without a license

499.0051(1) - Failure to maintain or deliver pedigree papers

499.0051(2) - Failure to authenticate pedigree papers

509.151(1) - Defraud an innkeeper

517.07 - Registration of securities and furnishing prospectus

517.302(1) - Violation of Florida Securities and Investor Protection Act

560.123(8)(b)1 - Failure to report currency or payment instruments

560.125(5)(a) - Money transmitter business by unauthorized person

562.27(1) - Possess still or apparatus

624.401(4) - Transacting insurance without certificate

626.902(1)(a), (b) - Representing unauthorized insurer

655.50(10)(b)1 - Failure to report financial transactions

713.69 - Tenant removes property on which lien has accrued

806.13(1)(b)3 - Criminal mischief

810.061(2) - Impairing power to dwelling

810.09(2)(e) - Trespassing--commercial horticulture property

812.014(2)(c)1 - Grand theft

812.014(2)(c)2 - Grand theft

812.014(3)(c) - Petit theft--3rd conviction

812.015(7) - Possession of use of anti-shoplifting device countermeasure

812.015(8) - Retail theft

812.081(2) - Unlawfully make reproduction of trade secret

815.04(4)(a) - Offense against intellectual property

817.234(1)(a)2 - False statement in support of insurance claim

817.234(8)(b), (c) - Unlawful solicitation of persons involved in motor vehicle accidents

817.234(11)(a) - Insurance fraud

817.2341(1), (2)(a), (3)(a) - Filing false financial statements

817.236 - Filing false motor vehicle insurance application

817.2361 - Creating false insurance card

817.413(2) - Sale of used goods as new

817.481(3)(a) - Obtain credit or purchase with false or expired credit card

817.505(4) - Patient brokering

817.52(2) - Hiring with intent to defraud

817.52(3) - Failure to redeliver hired vehicle

817.54 - Obtain mortgage by false representation

817.568(2)(a) - Fraudulent use of personal identification information

817.60(5), (6)(a) - Dealing in credit cards of another; purchase goods with false card

817.61 - Fraudulent use of credit cards

817.625(2)(a) - Fraudulent use of scanning device or reencoder

825.102(3)(c) - Neglect of an elderly person or disabled adult

826.01 - Bigamy

826.04 - Knowingly marries or has sex with person to whom related

827.03(3)(c) - Neglect of a child

831.01 - Forgery

831.02 - Uttering forged instrument

831.04(1) - Erasure or alteration of deed, map, plat

831.07 - Forging bank bills, drafts, checks, etc.

831.09 - Uttering forged notes, bills, checks, drafts

831.11 - Bringing into state forged bills, etc.

831.28(2)(a) - Counterfeiting payment instrument

832.041(1) - Stopping payment with intent to defraud

832.05(2)(b), (4)(c) - Issuing worthless check or obtaining property in exchange--$150 or more

832.05(3)(a) - Cashing or depositing with intent to defraud

837.02(1) - Perjury in official proceedings

837.021(1) - Make contradictory statements in official proceedings

838.022 - Official misconduct

838.15(2) - Commercial bribe receiving

838.16 - Commercial bribery

839.13(2)(a) - Falsifying records of an individual in custody of state agency

839.13(2)(c) - Falsifying records of the Department of Children and Family Services

849.01 - Keeping gambling house

849.09(1)(a)-(d) - Set up or promote lottery

849.23 - Gambling related machines

849.25(2) - Engaging in bookmaking

860.15(3) - Overcharging for repairs or parts

893.13(2)(a)2 - Purchase of drugs other than cannabis

893.13(2)(a)2, (6)(a) Purchase or possession of cannabis

893.13(6)(a) - Possession of controlled substance other than felony cannabis

893.13(7)(a)8 - Withholding information from practitioner regarding receipt of prescription

893.13(7)(a)9 - Obtaining controlled substance by fraud

893.13(7)(a)10 - Affix false or forged label to package of controlled substance

893.13(7)(a)11 - Furnish false information on document or record per chpt.

893 893.147(2) - Manufacture or delivery of drug paraphernalia

896.101(5)(a) - Money laundering

896.104(4)(a)1 - Structuring transactions to evade reporting or registration

914.14(2) - Witnesses accepting bribes

918.13(1)(a) - Alter, destroy, or conceal investigation evidence

934.03(1)(a) - Intercepts wire or oral communication

934.215 - Use of two-way communications device to commit crime

Eligible Second Degree Felonies

440.10(1)(g) - Failure to obtain workers' compensation coverage

440.105(5) - Unlawful solicitation for the purpose of worker's comp. claim

440.381(2) - Submission of false information for workers' comp. claim

456.065(2)(d)2 - Practicing a health care profession without license

499.0051(3) - Forgery of pedigree papers

499.0051(4) - Purchase or receipt of legend drug from unauthorized person

560.123(8)(b)2 - Failure to report currency or payment instruments

560.125(5)(b) - Money transmitter business by unauthorized person

624.401(4)(b)2 - Transacting insurance without a certificate

626.902(1)(c) - Representing an unauthorized insurer; repeat offender

655.50(10)(b)2 - Failure to report financial transactions

812.014(2)(b)1 - Grand theft

812.015(9) - Retail theft

812.014(2)(b)2,3 - Grand theft

817.034(4)(a)2 - Communications fraud

817.234(11)(b) - Insurance fraud

817.234(8)(a) - Solicitation of motor vehicle accident victims, intent to defraud

817.4821(5) - Possess cloning paraphernalia

817.625(2)(b) - Second or subsequent fraudulent use of scanning device or reencoder

831.29 - Possession of instruments for counterfeiting driver's licenses

837.02(2) - Perjury in official proceedings relating to capital felony

837.021(2) - Making contradictory statements in proceedings relating to capital felony

838.015 - Bribery

838.016 - Unlawful compensation or reward for official behavior

838.22 - Bid tampering

893.13(2)(a)1 - Purchase of cocaine

896.104(4)(a)2 - Structuring transactions to evade reporting or registration