It's a foregone conclusion - lawmakers are already making plans to celebrate their overhaul of sexual offender laws this Tuesday. The tragic death of Cherish Perrywinkle last summer - brought violent sexual offender laws to the front of lawmakers agenda. Channel 4's Kent Justice joins us live - with more on the changes on the way - and the special guest scheduled to be there. 3 3 TAKE SOT Diena ThompsonDiena Thompson Diena Thompson lost Diena ThompsonDiena TAKE SOT TAKE SOT Diena Thompson ThompsonDiena TAKE SOT TAKE SOT Diena Thompson Diena Thompson lost her daughter in 2009 - to a man who eventually pled guilty to kidnapping and killing Somer.That's when she started getting support from her local senator, Rob Bradley. That same legislator - began a very swift process to overhaul laws - after last summer's killing of this 8-year-old in Jacksonville - allegedly by Donald Smith - a man with a dark criminal history.Fleming Island's Bradley sent us this statement about his proposal to protect Florida's children from Sexually Violent Predators."The legislative package the Senate has prepared is ambitious and introduces a broad range of reforms related to the issue. This Tuesday, the Senate will convene for the first day of the 2014 Legislative Session. Our first order of business will be to take up this comprehensive package."Diena Thompson will be there.TAKE SOT Thompson says she applauds changes to the laws - and while she's not sure they would have changed the outcome for her daughter Somer - she is convinced it could have changed things for Cherish Perrywinkle.TAKE SOT 3 3 3 3 TAKE SOT 3 Kent -- why did lawmakers act so quickly to introduce legislation?