Arrestable Offenses / Crimes under Fla. Stat. 476.178
Level: DegreeMisdemeanor/Felony: First/Second/Third
Current data shows no reason an arrest or criminal charge should have occurred directly under Florida Statute 476.178.
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We cannot read section 196.012(5)'s reference to the "Department" as applying equally to the Commission, because Florida law distinguishes between Commission- and Department-certified schools. Although the education statute creating the Commission places it within the Department as an administrative matter—see sections 1005.21(1), 1001.22, Florida Statutes —the Department's and Commission's school-certification regimes are not referenced interchangeably. Under section 1005.06(1), for example, institutions under the Department's jurisdiction are distinguished as "not under the jurisdiction and purview of the commission." (Emphasis added.) The statute dealing with barbering schools requires "a license issued by the Commission ... pursuant to chapter 1005." § 476.178, Fla. Stat. But it also "shall not be construed to prevent certification [of barber training programs] by the Department of Education." Id. The same distinction between Commission licensing and Departmental certification is found in the cosmetology statute. § 477.023, Fla. Stat. It requires "a license issued by the Commission ... pursuant to chapter 1005," but then also allows for the Department to certify…
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