Senate Bill Aims At Longer Sentencing For Sexual Predators
A North Central Florida Senator Rob Bradley is looking to make the state the most unfriendly for sexual predators in the country.
A bipartisan bill was introduced after children in North Florida and elsewhere were killed by sexual predators who slipped through the system.
Among other things, Senate Bill 528 would increase the length of sentences for certain child sexual abuse offenses.
It cleared the Senate criminal Justice Committee by a unanimous vote yesturday afternoon.
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