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San Andreas Penal Code V.1 [ Part 2 - Chapter 2-4 ]
« on: May 06, 2018, 02:12:49 PM »
CHAPTER 2 : Crime Against Citizens Laws

2.1) Intimidation and Threats :-

- Attempting to intimidate another citizen or threaten him is against the law regardless done with or without (legal) weapon but without any physical harm.
It is considered as misdemeanor, is punishable by $50,000 fine or 10 weeks in Federal Prison.
2.2) Assault Battery :-

- Placing another citizen at imminent risk of being physically harmed by offensive contact.
It is considered as misdemeanor, is punishable by $50,000 fine and 10 weeks in Federal Prison.
2.3) Aggravated Assault with Deadly Weapon :-
- Placing another citizen at imminent risk of being seriously physically harmed by offensive contact with or without use of deadly weapon such as a blade, a sword, a baseball bat etc.
It is considered as felony, is punishable by $50,000 fine and 10 months in Federal Prison.

2.4) Sexual Assault :-

- Any attempts of bringing harm to a citizen sexually with intentions of sexual arousal or abuse is considered as Sexual Assault. If consent is not present in the case, it's to be judged as a Rape or Attempted Rape.
It is considered as felony, is punishable by $50,000 fine and 15 months in Federal Prison.

2.5) Rape :-

- Rape is forceful engagement of a citizen in sexual intercourse without consent.
It is considered as felony, is punishable by $50,000 fine and 25 years in Federal Prison.

2.6) Statutory, Marital Rape :-

- Statutory Rape is defined as unlawful engagement in sexual intercourse with a minor, age below 16 regardless of consent as they're not of legal age to give out the consent. You will be registered as a sex offender.
- Marital Rape is defined as forceful engagement in sexual intercourse with your partner, despite their failed to provide consent for that particular instance.
It is considered as felony, is punishable by $50,000 fine and 25 years in Federal Prison.
2.7) Stalking :-
- Following an individual around without their consentby anyone or a valid warrant as Law Enforcement Officer is illegal.
It is considered as felony, is punishable by $30,000 fine and 5 months in Federal Prison.

2.8 ) Torture :-

- Any attempts of causing extreme pain to someone for whatever reasons.
- If victim dies during post-treatment, it is to be considered as a murder and charges are to be applied in accordance.
It is considered as felony, is punishable by $50,000 fine and 25 months in Federal Prison.

2.9) Child or Elderly Abuse :-

- Any children below age of 18, and any senior citizen having a guardian responsible for them falls under this category.
- Any attempt of bringing them harm physically, sexually, psychologically via inhumane and cruel ways that may leave them in severe post-trauma.
It is considered as felony, is punishable by $30,000 fine and 10 to 20 months in Federal Prison.

2.10) Alcohol and Minors :-

- Sale of Alcohol to Minors.
- Possession of Alcohol by Minors.
It is considered as felony, is punishable by $30,000 fine and 10 months in Federal Prison for the seller and $5,000 fine issued to the Guardian of the Minor.

2.11) Kidnapping :-

- Holding someone against their wills, with or without usage of restraints, with or without intentions to get ransom is considered as Kidnapping.
It is considered as felony, is punishable by $150,000 fine and 30 years in Federal Prison.

2.12) Manslaughter :-

- Causing death of a citizen without intentions, or accidentally.
- The citizen is to be steered clear of the charges if the cause was acting in self defence/of a loved one, Private Defence as a Guard, Under Castle Doctrine to prevent trespassing that could bring immediate harm etc. If situation is not proven clearly, then the suspect maybe held responsible for manslaughter with reduced punishment.
It is considered as felony, is punishable by $30,000 fine and 7 years in Federal Prison and 1 Infraction on Weapon License if a firearm was used.

2.13) Attempted Murder :-

- Assaulting someone to cause him severe bodily harm, with intentions of murdering the citizen through premeditated actions.
It is considered as felony, is punishable by $500,000 to $700,000 fine, 30 to 35 years in Federal Prison, and Weapon License Revoked.
- Assaulting a Law Enforcement Officer to cause him/her severe bodily harm, with intentions of murdering the Law Enforcement Officer through premeditated actions.
It is considered as felony, is punishable by $700,000 to $1,000,000 fine, 35 to 40 years in Federal Prison, and Weapon License Revoked.

2.14) Murder :-

- Unlawful murdering a citizen through premeditated actions.
It is considered as felony, is punishable by $1,000,000 to $1,200,000 fine, 40 to 50 years in Federal Prison, and Weapon License Revoked.
- Unlawful murdering a Law Enforcement Officer through premeditated actions.
It is considered as felony, is punishable by $1,200,000 to $1,500,000 fine, 45 to 50 years in Federal Prison, and Weapon License Revoked.

2.15) Unauthorized Spying/Breach of Privacy :-

- Any use of recording/tracing devices to trace a phone number, wiretape a phone, planting of a bug, putting on a wire, CCTV camera etc is illegal if done without consent of the person being tracked. It's a direct breach of privacy.
- It is also illegal for Law Enforcement Officer, however exceptional cases may allow them special privileges with necessary warrants to battle organized crime.

CHAPTER 3 : Crime Against Properties Laws

3.1) Trespassing :-

- Unlawful entering of a private property without permission from the owner or the responsible individual.
- Trespassing is only applicable only for the private portions of a public property open for all. (I.E. A nightclub open for business can not be considered as trespassing, but the private areas such as back offices can.)
- This law also is applied to Law Enforcement Officers without a warrant unless there happens to be a probable cause. The Law Enforcement Officers are exempt of this law if they're in an active pursuit. (Hot pursuit). They may access any property, and any area while a pursuit without it being considered as trespassing.
- Read the article below for more details on Law Enforcement Officers and warrants.
  • ARTICLE-LEA
It is considered as misdemeanor, is punishable by 10 months in Federal Prison.

3.2) Trespassing of a Restricted Facility :-

- Trespassing of a Restricted Facility owned by Government with or without intentions of committing other felonies.
- This includes but isn't limited to SAPD Garage, Correctional Facility, SAPD Restricted Offices, Whole of SASF Base, Government Private Quarters, Government Research Facilities, Federal Buildings etc.
It is considered as felony, is punishable by 15 to 30 years in Federal Prison, Weapon License revoked.

3.3) Burglary :-

- Unlawful process of breaking into a residential property and looting belongings of the owner.
It is considered as misdemeanor, is punishable by recovery of the stolen money or $15,000 fine and 15 months in Federal Prison.

3.4) Grand Theft Auto :-

- Unlawful breaking in and commandeering of a vehicle without owner's permission or otherwise.
It is considered as misdemeanor, is punishable by $50,000 15 months in Federal Prison. Driving License will be revoked.

3.5) Possession of Burglary/Safe Cracking/Vehicle Opening Tools :-

- Possession of any tools/items/toolkit that may be used in attempts of breaking into any locks of a property, safe, vehicle etc.
It is considered as misdemeanor, is punishable by 5 months in Federal Prison.

3.6) Grand Larceny of a Commercial Property :-

- Breaking in a commercial property with intentions of looting its contents whether it be money or the components.
It is considered as felony, is punishable by 25 years in Federal Prison, Weapon License revoked if firearms are used.

3.7) (Un)Armed Robbery :-

- Robbing a citizen of their their belongings against their will, with or without threat and weapons.
It is considered as felony, is punishable by Recovery of stolen goods or $100,000 fine and 20 years in Federal Prison, Weapon License revoked if firearms are used.


3.8) Petty Theft :-

- Robbing/Stealing from a citizen in amount less than $10,000 is considered as Petty Theft. Mostly pickpocketing.
It is considered as misdemeanor, is punishable by 5 months in Federal Prison.

3.9) Extortion :-

- Attempt of forcefully making a citizen pay a sum of money, services, property and so on.
- This could have been done by blackmailing or intimidation.
- It is also classed as extortion to force a citizen accept your services against their will.
It is considered as felony, is punishable by Recovery of extorted goods or $100,000 fine and 20 years in Federal Prison, Weapon License revoked if firearms are used.

3.10) Arson :-

- Trying to purposefully burn down a building or a structure, forest land or property by whatever means of fuel, improvised explosive devices, bombs etc.
It is considered as felony, is punishable by Recovery of damage caused or $100,000 fine and 20 years in Federal Prison.

3.11) Vandalism of Private Owned Properties :-

- When a person destroys or defaces someone else's property without permission. Effects of vandalism may include broken windows, graffiti, damage to vehicles, and even damage or destruction of a person's website.
It is considered as misdemeanor, is punishable by Recovery of damages caused or $100,000 fine, 5 to 15 months in Federal Prison.

CHAPTER 4 : Crime Against Public Laws

4.1) Loitering :-

- Spitting, Tossing items/wastages on the street.
It is considered as misdemeanor, is punishable by $5,000 fine or 1 day in Police Holdup.

4.2) Lewd Behaviour in Public :-

- (Soliciting to) engage in sexual activities or activities of suggestive themes in public that could place people in uncomfortable position and might be unsuitable for minors with or without consent of your partner.
- This includes use of foul language in public and being under influence in public.
It is considered as misdemeanor, is punishable by $8,000 fine or upto 3 day in Police Holdup.

4.3) Indecent Exposure :-

- Exposure of private parts in a public place on purpose.
It is considered as misdemeanor, is punishable by $8,000 fine or upto 3 day in Police Holdup.

4.4) Vandalism of Public Properties :-

- Any attempts of bringing damage to any public infrastructures and Government owned buildings including law enforcement, pubic infrastructures and vehicles. Graffiti on public infrastructure, any cyber attacks on Government websites included.
It is considered as felony, is punishable by Recovery of damages caused or $100,000 fine, 10 to 15 months in Federal Prison.

4.5) Disturbing Public Peace :-

- Attempts of provoking a reaction from people via means of provocative signs, signals, verbal/written/audio/video content in person/social media etc on public or private platforms.
- This includes but is not limited to any attempts of creating aggression in people by targeting political beliefs, religious beliefs, moral beliefs etc.
It is considered as misdemeanor, is punishable by $20,000 fine or upto 5 months in Federal Prison.

4.6) Unlawful Assembly :-

- Attempts of gathering for whatever reasons and agendas of protesting in public without prior agreement from Government notifying them of amount of people gathering, your agenda of protest and necessary security forces to be deployed for security.
- Failure to keeping the protest peaceful and honour terms set with Government in an approved assembly may be declared unlawful assembly after several warnings by Police or the Government.
It is considered as misdemeanor, is punishable by $20,000 fine or upto 3 months in Federal Prison.

4.7) Incitement of Riot :-

- Deliberate agitation of igniting a riot following acts of violence, civil unrest, mayhem by destruction of properties and so on via a gathered crowd.
It is considered as felony, is punishable by $50,000 fine and 15 months in Federal Prison.


4.7) Vigilantism :-
- Any attempts of taking law in your own hand, making civilians arrests, attempt of enforcing law as per their understanding of right and wrong.
It is considered as felony, is punishable by 8 months in Federal Prison.

4.8) Unlicensed Prostitution :-

- Attempts of running prostitution activities or affiliating with them without valid permission from the Government. Refer to article below for the necessary details and clarifications.
  • PROSTITUTION-ARTICLE
It is considered as felony, is punishable by 10 to 15 months in Federal Prison.

4.9) Terrorism :-

- Any attempts of using systematic threats or actions against people in order to generate fear for political, financial or religion agendas and benefits.
It is considered as felony, is punishable by 30 to 50 years in Federal Prison.

4.10) Cyber Crimes, Advertisement Regulations :-

- Posting/Sharing any violent gore material on internet/advertisement.
- Posting/Sharing pornographic content on parts of internet/advertisement which is accessible by Minors.
- Participating in any fraudulent/scam activities on internet/advertisement.
- Posting/Sharing information offering, soliciting illegal items, services etc directly or indirectly on internet/advertisement.
It is considered as felony, is punishable by 8 months in Federal Prison.

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