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Amendments to 335.066


The 2022 Florida Statutes

Title XXVI
PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION
Chapter 335
STATE HIGHWAY SYSTEM
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F.S. 335.066 Florida Statutes and Case Law
335.066 Safe Paths to Schools Program.
(1) There is established in the Department of Transportation the Safe Paths to Schools Program to consider the planning and construction of bicycle and pedestrian ways to provide safe transportation for children from neighborhoods to schools, parks, and the state’s greenways and trails system.
(2) As a part of the Safe Paths to Schools Program, the department may establish a grant program to fund local, regional, and state bicycle and pedestrian projects that support the program.
History.s. 1, ch. 2002-250; s. 1, ch. 2021-53.

Statutes updated from Official Statutes on: August 29, 2022
F.S. 335.066 on Google Scholar

F.S. 335.066 on Casetext

Amendments to 335.066


Arrestable Offenses / Crimes under Fla. Stat. 335.066
Level: Degree
Misdemeanor/Felony: First/Second/Third

Current data shows no reason an arrest or criminal charge should have occurred directly under Florida Statute 335.066.


Civil Citations / Citable Offenses under S335.066
R or S next to points is Mandatory Revocation or Suspension

Current data shows no reason a civil citation or a suspension or revocation of license should have been issued under Florida Statute 335.066.


Annotations, Discussions, Cases:

  1. Owens v. Mo. State Bd. of Nursing

    474 S.W.3d 607 (W.D. Mo. 2015)
    A determination of whether a cause exists to discipline a nursing license under section 335.066.2 is generally made by the Administrative Hearing Commission. § 335.066.3. In those circumstances, the Board holds a hearing only to determine what level of discipline, if any, to impose on the licensee. § 335.066.4. However, in August 2013, the Missouri General Assembly added a provision to section 335.066 allowing the Board to make its own determinations regarding cause for discipline in certain circumstances. § 335.066.16. One such circumstance is where the Board possesses certified court records for an offense involving the qualifications, functions, or duties of a nurse or for an offense involving moral turpitude. § 335.066.16(1)(a). Section 335.066.16 provides in pertinent part:
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  2. Owens v. Mo. State Bd. of Nursing

    474 S.W.3d 607 (Mo. Ct. App. 2015)   Cited 2 times
    A determination of whether a cause exists to discipline a nursing license under section 335.066.2 is generally made by the Administrative Hearing Commission. § 335.066.3. In those circumstances, the Board holds a hearing only to determine what level of discipline, if any, to impose on the licensee. § 335.066.4. However, in August 2013, the Missouri General Assembly added a provision to section 335.066 allowing the Board to make its own determinations regarding cause for discipline in certain circumstances. § 335.066.16. One such circumstance is where the Board possesses certified court records for an offense involving the qualifications, functions, or duties of a nurse or for an offense involving moral turpitude. § 335.066.16(1)(a). Section 335.066.16 provides in pertinent part:
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  3. Williston v. Mo. State Bd. of Nursing

    610 S.W.3d 703 (Mo. Ct. App. 2020)
    In February of 2016, the Nursing Board filed a complaint with the Administrative Hearing Commission (the "AHC") seeking authorization to discipline Williston's nursing license. The Nursing Board alleged that the care Williston provided to Mother and Baby violated various subsections of section 335.066— the statute which provides grounds for disciplining a nursing license. In June of 2017, the AHC held a two-day hearing, at which Williston and the Nursing Board presented evidence, including the testimony of numerous expert witnesses. Thereafter, the AHC issued its decision finding Williston's license was subject to discipline under section 335.066.2(5), (6)(b), (6)(c), (6)(e), (7), and (13), RSMo Supp. 2013. Specifically, the AHC found that Williston failed to work with a collaborating physician as required to practice as a CNM at a birthing center in violation of section 335.066.2(6)(e) and (7); the care Williston provided to Mother and Baby "constitute[d] incompetence, gross negligence, and repeated negligence" in violation of section 335.066.2(5); Williston engaged in misconduct, made misrepresentations, and her conduct was unprofessional in violation of section…
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  4. Donaldson v. Mo. State Bd. of Registration

    623 S.W.3d 152 (Mo. Ct. App. 2020)   Cited 1 times
    Section 335.066 provides a nearly identical procedure for the emergency suspension of a nursing license pending disciplinary proceedings. Neither the Missouri Supreme Court nor this Court has addressed a due process challenge to the nursing provisions, either.
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  5. Section 383.130(2) defines a “[h]ealth care professional” to include “a nurse licensed under the provisions of chapter 335 [.]” Id. The authority of the Board to act on a mandatory report filed pursuant to § 383.133 is found in Chapter 335, the Nursing Practice Act (NPA). In relevant part, § 335.066 states:
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  6. Wagner v. Mo. State Bd. of Nursing

    570 S.W.3d 147 (Mo. Ct. App. 2019)   Cited 2 times
    "A determination of whether a cause exists to discipline a nursing license under section 335.066.2 is generally made by the Administrative Hearing Commission." Owens , 474 S.W.3d at 611 (citing § 335.066.3). "In those circumstances, the Board holds a hearing only to determine what level of discipline, if any, to impose on the licensee." Id. (citing § 335.066.4). "However, in August 2013, the Missouri General Assembly added a provision to section 335.066 allowing the Board to make its own determinations regarding cause for discipline in certain circumstances." Id. (citing § 335.066.16). "One such circumstance is where the Board possesses certified court records for an offense involving ... moral turpitude." Id. (citing § 335.066.16(1)(a)). Section 335.066.16 provides in pertinent part:
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  7. Defoe v. Am. Family Mut. Ins. Co.

    526 S.W.3d 236 (Mo. Ct. App. 2017)   Cited 1 times
    Rule 4-8.1 addresses conduct associated with seeking a license, but does not address the actual licensing process or requirements. Section 335.046, however, specifically lays out the steps required for a person to obtain a nursing license. Rule 4-8.5 addresses the jurisdiction of the disciplinary authority but does not address any actual forms of discipline or assign such forms to any particular misconduct. Section 335.066, on the other hand, identifies more than twenty-two specific scenarios that could result in the loss, suspension, or nonrenewal of a nursing license.
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  8. Defendant next asks this Court to find that it is entitled to qualified immunity from Plaintiff's claim for libel. "In Missouri, qualified immunity may be available for a person who makes a statement subject to a duty to someone who has a corresponding duty." 170 F.3d at 839, citing Rice v. Hodapp, 919 S.W.2d 240, 244 (Mo. 1996); Carter v. Willert Home Products, 714 S.W.2d 506, 513 (Mo. 1986). This limited type of immunity "will protect the person from liability for making false or defamatory statements if it can be shown that the comments were made without actual malice. Actual malice means `that the statements were made with the knowledge that they were false or with reckless disregard for whether they were true or false at a time when defendant had serious doubts as to whether they were true.'" 170 F.3d at 840, quoting Carter, 714 S.W.2d at 512. These principles are consistent with the statutes cited by Defendant that limit liability for compliance with health care mandatory reporting requirements. R.S.Mo. §§ 383.133(4) and 335.066(6).
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  9. Missouri Real Estate Com'n v. Berger

    764 S.W.2d 706 (Mo. Ct. App. 1989)   Cited 5 times
    "The person has been finally adjudicated and found guilty, or entered a plea of guilty or nolo contendere, in a criminal prosecution under the laws of any state or of the United States, for any offense reasonably related to the qualifications, functions or duties of the profession licensed or regulated under this chapter, for any offense an essential element of which is fraud, dishonesty or an act of violence, or for any offense involving moral turpitude, whether or not sentence is imposed;" (Emphasis supplied). See Secs. 326.130 (accountants), 327.441 (architects), 328.150 (barbers), 329.140 (cosmetologists), 330.160 (podiatrists), 331.060 (chiropractors), 332.321 (dentists), 333.121 (funeral directors), 334.100 (physicians), 335.066 (nurses), 336.110 (optometrists), 337.035 (psychologists), 338.055 (pharmacists), 340.145 (veterinarians), 345.065 (speech pathologists), 346.105 (hearing aid fitters).
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