The arrest must comply with which Amendments to the Constitution of the United States of America
The 4th, 5th, and 6th
How many misdemeanor exceptions are there?
Misdemeanor exceptions are?
- F.S. 784.03, Battery;
- F.S. 316.645, Traffic accident arrest;
- F.S. 790.02, Carrying concealed weapons
- F.S. 509.143, Disorderly conduct on the premises of an establishment;
- F.S. 509.162, Theft of personal property;
- F.S. 810.097, Trespassing upon public school grounds
- F.S. 893.13(3), Delivery of cannabis less than 20 grams;
- F.S. 741.30, 740.31, 901.15, Act of domestic violence;
- F.S. 784.048, Stalking;
- F.S. 893.13(6)(b), (d), Possession of less than 20 grams of cannabis;
- F.S. 784.046 and 901.15(8), Violation of an injunction against repeat violence;
Additional misdemeanor exceptions
- Violation of an injunction against domestic violence;
- F.S. 806.13, Criminal mischief or graffiti-related offense;
- F.S. 790.233, Possession of a firearm or ammunition prohibited when person is subject to an injunction against committing acts of domestic violence;
- F.S. 812.015 (3), (4), Retail theft, farm theft, transit evasion, trespass on transit property and/or using or attempting to use an antishoplifting or inventory control device countermeasure.
- F.S. 827.04, Contributing to the delinquency or dependency of a minor;
- F.S. 901.15(14), Probable cause to believe that the person has committed an act that violates a condition of pretrial release when the original arrest was for an act of domestic violence;
- F.S. 901.15(11), a misdemeanor has been committed, based upon a signed affidavit provided to the officer by a law enforcement officer of the United States government; and
- F.S. 901.15(12), a felony was committed on state military property or a misdemeanor was committed in the presence of a law enforcement officer of the Florida National Guard.