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San Andreas Penal Code V.1 [ Part 3 - Chapter 5-7 ]
« on: May 06, 2018, 03:02:28 PM »
CHAPTER 5 : Crime Against State Laws

5.1) Failure to Identify :-

- Failing to provide with valid identification documents upon asked for identification by a Law Enforcement Officer
- Failing to take off any item, accessory or apparel including but not limited to masks, apparatus, bandana or any other sort of equipment that fails to provide clear view of your facial region upon verification of your identification by Law Enforcement Officer.
It is considered as misdemeanor, is punishable by $20,000 fine or 5 days in Police Holdup.
  • LEO-IDENTITY
5.2) Failure to Pay a Fine :-

- Failing to pay the necessary fines when possibility of vehicle impounding is not present.
It is considered as misdemeanor, is punishable by 10 weeks in Federal Prison.

5.3) Abuse of Public Hotlines :-

- Abuse of any Government hotlines available for people for emergency purposes. I.E. 911 Helpline.
It is considered as misdemeanor, is punishable by $20,000 fine and upto 5 weeks in Federal Prison.

5.4) Filing a Fake Report/Complaint :-

- Lying or providing fake information in a complaint or report in person or over hotline to Law Enforcement Officers.
It is considered as misdemeanor, is punishable by $20,000 fine and upto 5 weeks in Federal Prison.

5.5) Misleading Authorities/Withholding Information/Perjury:-

- Misleading authority figures when being inquired, providing wrong information or withholding information from Law Enforcement and otherwise competent authorities.
It is considered as felony, is punishable by upto 10 months in Federal Prison.

5.5.1) Obstruction of Justice :-

- Act of disobeying a lawful order given by any city, state, or federal peace officer during the execution of their duties. This includes but is not limited to: zoned areas, crowd control, detentions, and arrests.
-- Any zoned areas must be identifiable by a marker or barrier in which has been closed to public access (This includes a correctly placed vehicle.)
It is considered as misdemeanor, is punishable by $25,000 fine OR 5 months in jail

5.6) Escape/Aiding to Escape :-

- Act of escaping Law Enforcement's custody after once detained, arrested, jailed regardless of suspects' location.
It is considered as felony, is punishable by upto 10 years in Federal Prison.

5.6.1)Resisting Arrest :-

- Act of actively resisting or avoiding in any way the custody of ones person under the lawful order of a peace officer to comply.
-- In order to charge a resisting suspect with resisting arrest defined under this section, they must be made known prior that they are under arrest.
It is considered as felony, is punishable by $50,000 fine AND 5 years in jail.

5.7) Bribery :-

- Act of giving/accepting gifts in means of monetary items, properties etc to an official employed by Government in Law Enforcement and Non-Law Enforcement field both for personal gains.
It is considered as felony, is punishable by upto 10 years in Federal Prison and immediate discharge from position held.

5.8) Corruption :-

- Act of using power provided by Government for holding a position in public service sectors in own personal gain.
- This includes abusing your authority in order to harass or benefit anyone unfairly, includes failing to follow constitution, fixing ticket prices, misuse of government properties and authorities, theft of confiscated goods, misuse of force, planting evidence, treason, framing etc.
- Includes any action that is out of public good, justice and Government interests. Includes failing to remain just and vigilant as Law Enforcement Officer.
It is considered as felony, is punishable by 10 to 40 years in Federal Prison and immediate discharge from position held.

5.9) Impersonation of Government Employee :-

- The impersonation of any Law Enforcement officer or Government Official through the means of personal gain, harm, or hindering the freedom of others.
- The below is the list of items that could class it as impersonation
  • IMPERSONATION-LIST

- If any attempt of trying to get any money via these means, fraud charges may also be added on top of it.
It is considered as felony, is punishable by 15 months in Federal Prison and immediate discharge from position held.

5.10) Vote Pandering and Misc Frauds :-

- Any attempts of influencing the outcome of elections by influencing voters via intimidation, money or any other illicit and unethical manners. This law includes on duty Government officials of all departments including Law Enforcement Officers. They are not allowed to utilize any of their on duty resources or position of authority to influence voters.
It is considered as felony, is punishable by immediate discharge from the position held, fine of $150,000 and possible disqualification from the elections if deemed necessary by Election Managing Committee.

5.11) Counterfeiting of Documents/Currency :-

- Being in possession of any counterfeit official documents (I.E. License, Passport) or currency.
- Being directly involved in buying, selling, soliciting same.
It is considered as felony, is punishable by $50,000 fine and 5 to 10 years in Federal Prison.

CHAPTER 6 : Firearms and Explosives Laws

6.1) Possession of Illegal Firearm :-
- Possession of any sort of firearm is illegal without a valid weapons license.
- Possession of any other type of firearm except mentioned in the list above is Possession of Illegal Firearm with or without a valid weapons license.
  • LIST-OF-LEGAL-FIREARMS
It is considered as felony, is punishable by 10 months in Federal Prison and/or infraction on weapons license.

6.2) Possession of Weapon Parts/Materials :-

- Any spare parts or disassembled parts of a weapon, often dubbed as 'materials' that could be used for repair, construction or replenishment of weapons are illegal, and punishable if they exceed 400 in number.
- Possession of materials higher than 400, but not more than 15,000 is punishable by this law.
It is considered as felony, is punishable by 10 months in Federal Prison and/or infraction on weapons license.

6.3) Possession of Weapon Parts/Materials with Intent to Distribute :-
- Any spare parts or disassembled parts of a weapon, often dubbed as 'materials' that could be used for repair, construction or replenishment of weapons are illegal to distribute.
- It is taken as intent to distribute when possession of materials exceed higher than 15,000 in number.
It is considered as felony, is punishable by upto 10 years in Federal Prison and/or infraction on weapons license.

6.4) Manufacturing/Storage of Weapon Parts/Materials :-

- Owning a piece of property with purpose of manufacturing of weapon parts/materials and/or their storage or getting directly involved in any of those operations.
It is considered as felony, is punishable by upto 20 years in Federal Prison and/or infraction on weapons license.

6.5) Brandishing of Firearms :-

- Carrying a firearm in public, pointing it or waving it. You're allowed to carry handguns in public with a valid weapons license however, they must remain concealed. Any attempts of creating unrest by waving an actual firearm, or replica or any such item that could implicate it to be a real firearm is considered as brandishing of a firearm.
- Carrying handguns outside your vehicle in public is allowed, however, must be left back into vehicle upon/if instructed by Law Enforcement Officer.
It is considered as felony, is punishable by up to 5 months in Federal Prison and/or infraction on weapons license.

6.6) Trade of Legal Firearm :-

- Abusing the firearms license by selling/trading pre-owned legal firearm to a third party licensed or non-licensed shall be considered as violation of the terms.
- Once purchased, the firearm shall be complete liability of the license holder and any investigation shall hold license holder responsible if the weapon is found used in a crime.
It is considered as felony, is punishable by upto 10 years in Federal Prison and removal of weapons license.

6.7) Misuse of Legal Firearm :-

- Only justifiable use of a legal firearm is for purpose of immediate self-defence including castle doctrine against trespassers, defence of a loved one/friends or family, hunting and target practice.
- Any other purpose may not be considered severe enough and result in penalty according to severity.
- It includes recklessness as firearm owner such as discharging firearm for no reason, failing to store and maintain your firearm properly etc.
It is considered as felony, is punishable by upto 3 months in Federal Prison and infraction on weapons license.

6.8 ) Possession of an Explosive Device :-

- Explosives are strictly controlled.
- Possession of an explosive device, an improvised explosive device or it's spar-parts.
- The device can be hand triggered, cell phone triggered, vehicle triggered etc but not just limited to that.
- Attempt to Buy and Sell of such devices is strictly prohibited.
It is considered as felony, is punishable by up to 5 years in Federal Prison.
 
6.9) Sale of Weapon Parts/Materials :-

- Actual Sale of weapon parts/materials in exchange for monetary or otherwise similar gains.
It is considered as felony, is punishable by up to 25 years in Federal Prison and/or infraction on weapons license.

6.10) Solicitation of Weapon Parts/Materials :-

- Advertising with intent of Sale of weapon parts/materials in exchange for monetary or otherwise similar gains.
It is considered as felony, is punishable by upto 20 years in Federal Prison and/or infraction on weapons license.

6.11) Concealed Carry :-
- All firearms that are not classed as a Handgun or pump action shotgun are banned inside the city limits of Los Santos and within 100 meters of the LS city limit.
- Possession of a Handgun is legal within the city with a valid weapons license. The firearm must be tucked away and out of sight.
- Possession of all legal-firearms(see ?6.1 list) are legal IF on Private Property and out of general public line of sight; this also includes shooting ranges as a legal establishment.
- The below is the list of properties that do NOT fall under Private Property, as they are accessed by the general public and would fall under SAPD/SASF jurisdiction:
  • EXEMPTED-LIST
It is considered a felony, is punishable by upto 5 months in federal prison OR a $50,000 fine. Both punishments are to come with an infraction on the owners weapons license.

CHAPTER 7 : Narcotics Contraband Laws

7.1) Possession of Narcotics Contraband :-

Note: Cannabis is only allowed in maximum of 10 grams. Failure to comply will result to Possession of Narcotics contraband.

- Possession of Ecstasy, Cocaine and Heroin in less than 10 grams in quantity combined. Every gram of each kind counts and adds up in total except Cannabis.
It is considered as misdemeanor, is punishable by $30,000 fine and 10 months in Federal Prison with Rehabilitation Clinic.

7.2) Possession of Narcotics Contraband with Intent to Sell :-

- Possession of Ecstasy, Cocaine and Heroin in more than 10 grams in quantity combined. Every gram of each kind counts and adds up in total except Cannabis.
It is considered as felony, is punishable by $100,000 fine and upto 15 years in Federal Prison.

7.3) Manufacturing/Storage of Narcotics Contraband :-

- Owning a property used for purpose of manufacturing and/or storing of narcotics contraband or getting directly involved in any of those operations.
It is considered as felony, is punishable by $1,500,000 fine and upto 50 years in Federal Prison.

7.4) Possession of Narcotics Paraphernalia :-

- Possession of any items that could be used for production, consumption or storage of narcotics contraband.
- Raw chemical materials, seeds, chemist apparatus etc.
It is considered as misdemeanor, is punishable by $25,000 fine and 7 months in Federal Prison with Rehabilitation Clinic.

7.5) Sale of Narcotics Contraband :-

- Actual Sale of Narcotics Contraband in exchange for monetary or otherwise similar gains.
It is considered as felony, is punishable by $200,000 fine and upto 25 years in Federal Prison.

7.6) Solicitation of Narcotics Contraband :-

- Advertising with intent of Sale of Narcotics Contraband in exchange for monetary or otherwise similar gains.
It is considered as felony, is punishable by $150,000 fine and up to 25 years in Federal Prison.

7.7) Smoking Cannabis in Public Places :-

- Lighting/Smoking cannabis joints in public places.
- You may smoke cannabis on private property or in cannabis smoking zones around the city.
It is considered as felony, is punishable by $7,500 fine or 1 day in Police Holdup.
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