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Florida Statutes Title XLVI. Crimes § 775.0841. Legislative findings and intent

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The Legislature finds a substantial and disproportionate number of serious crimes are committed in Florida by a relatively small number of repeat and violent felony offenders, commonly known as career criminals.  The Legislature further finds that priority should be given to the investigation, apprehension, and prosecution of career criminals in the use of law enforcement resources and to the incarceration of career criminals in the use of available prison space.  The Legislature intends to initiate and support increased efforts by state and local law enforcement agencies and state attorneys' offices to investigate, apprehend, and prosecute career criminals and to incarcerate them for extended terms;  and, in the case of violent career criminals, such extended terms must include substantial mandatory minimum terms of imprisonment.

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