Florida Standard Jury Instructions in Criminal Cases
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Florida Standard Jury Instructions in Criminal Cases, a product of the Supreme Court's Committee on Standard Jury Instructions in Criminal Cases, provides an authoritative array of instructions for virtually every criminal offense, as well as general instructions, grand jury instructions, and proceedings for the commitment of violent sexual predators.
This edition includes the following new instructions:
- 7.8 - Driving Under The Influence Manslaughter §§ 316.193(3)(a), (3)(b), And (3)(c)3., Fla. Stat.
- 10.6 - Discharging A Firearm [In Public] [On Residential Property] § 790.15, Fla. Stat.
- 11.6 - Engaging In An Act Which Constitutes Sexual Battery Upon Or With A Child 12 Years Of Age Or Older But Younger Than 18 Years Of Age By Person In Familial Or Custodial Authority § 794.011(8)(b), Fla. Stat.
- 16.9 - Promoting A Sexual Performance By A Child § 827.071(3), Fla. Stat.
- 25.18 - Contraband In Juvenile [Detention Facility] [Commitment Program] § 985.711, Fla. Stat.
- 28.2 - [Felony] Driving Under The Influence § 316.193(2)(b)1 or § 316.193(2)(b)3, Fla. Stat.
- 28.18 - Failure To Obey The Lawful Order Of A [Police] [Fire] [Traffic] Official § 316.072(3), Fla. Stat.
This first 2021 update includes the changes and additions to the Instructions published through November, 2020.
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Table of contents
PART ONE: GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS
• Instructions Before Trial
• Instructions During Trial
• Final Charge to the Jury
• Supplemental Instructions
PART TWO: INSTRUCTIONS ON CRIMES
• Inchoate Crimes
• Attempted Homicide
• Assault and Battery
• Weapons Offenses
• Sex Offenses
• Arson and Criminal Mischief
• Burglary and Trespass
• Theft and Dealing in Stolen Property
• Child Abuse
• Forgery and Worthless Checks
• Obstruction of Justice
• Drug Abuse
• Transportation Offenses
• Miscellaneous Crimes
PART THREE: GRAND JURY PROCEEDINGS
• Florida Grand Jury Handbook
• Florida Grand Jury Instructions
PART FOUR: SPECIAL PROCEEDINGS
• Involuntary Civil Commitment of Sexually Violent Predators
• Schedule of Lesser Included Offenses
• How to Write and Use Jury Instructions in Criminal Cases