2012 Florida Statutes
TITLE XLVI — CRIMES
Chapter 836 — DEFAMATION; LIBEL; THREATENING LETTERS AND SIMILAR OFFENSES
- 836.01 — Punishment for libel.
- 836.02 — Must give name of the party written about.
- 836.03 — Owner or editor of the paper also guilty.
- 836.04 — Defamation.
- 836.05 — Threats; extortion.
- 836.06 — Punishment for making derogatory statements concerning banks and building and loan associations.
- 836.07 — Notice condition precedent to prosecution for libel.
- 836.08 — Correction, apology, or retraction by newspaper.
- 836.09 — Communicating libelous matter to newspapers; penalty.
- 836.10 — Written threats to kill or do bodily injury; punishment.
- 836.11 — Publications which tend to expose persons to hatred, contempt, or ridicule prohibited.
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