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Title 1 (§100.000) | Traffic Laws

(( Rule 24))
(( This rule applies to all Cases in-question and under the jurisdiction of this penal code. No Law Enforcement Officer (LEO) is permitted, encouraged, or ordered to follow the provisions of this penal code if doing so will violate the server rules; which are supreme to any in-character regulations. ))



§101.000 Careless Driving (Civil Offense)
Operation of a motor vehicle on a public road whereby the driver:
(1)Fails to attentively perform to their duties as a driver;
(2)Does not operate their vehicle in a safe & prudent manner;
(3)Endangers the life, limb, or property of any other motorist, pedestrian, persons, or animals.

Careless Driving:
  • The complete or near-complete disregard of traffic laws
  • Running red lights at high-speeds
  • Excessive speeding through cities
  • Visibility factors (e.g. traveling above the speed limit by 10+ mph in dense fog).
  • Distracted driving; to a severe degree.
  • Making an illegal U-Turn without consulting §107.000.
  • Driving without headlights during a storm, or during fog.


(4) Penalties under this penal code violation:
Min: $250, and/or a 1 day ((hour)) License Suspension.
Max: $1,000. and/or 6 day ((hour)) License Suspension.


(5) Any punishment issued pursuant to this provision of the penal code that exceeds the defined "minimum" requires:

(5a) The presence of a previous criminal history that involves the same (or very similar charges); or
(5b) That the person(s) violated the penal code with the intent of malice or displayed gross negligence; or
(5c) That the person(s) refused to comply with enforcement of the law in such a uncooperative manner as to have caused immeasurable suffering to the general public, or its property.


§102.000 Driving a Damaged Vehicle
The unlawful operation of a motor vehicle on a public road whereby the vehicle is damaged in such as way as to:
(1)Provide a serious and viable hazard against motorists; or
(2)Does not operate their vehicle in a safe & prudent manner;
(3)Endangers the life, limb, or property of any other motorist, pedestrian, persons, or animals.

Driving a Damaged Vehicle:
Cracked or missing windshields
Driving with smashed headlights during a storm, or during fog.
Having damaged, popped, or destroyed tires and driving with them.


(4) Penalties under this penal code violation:
Min: $250, and/or 1 a day ((hour)) License Suspension.
Max: $1,000. and/or a 6 day ((hour)) License Suspension.

(5) Any punishment issued pursuant to this provision of the penal code that exceeds the defined "minimum" requires:
(5a) The presence of a previous criminal history that involves the same (or very similar charges); or
(5b) That the person(s) violated the penal code with the intent of malice or displayed gross negligence; or
(5c) That the person(s) refused to comply with enforcement of the law in such a uncooperative manner as to have caused immeasurable suffering to the general public, or its property.


§103.000 Driving a With a Suspended License
The operation of a motor vehicle while the operator's driver's license is:
(1) canceled, suspended, or otherwise temporarily terminated.


(2) Penalties under this penal code violation:
Min: $500, and/or License Revocation
Max: $2,500. and a License Revocation, and/or vehicle impound of 12 days ((hours)),
and/or 15 days ((minutes)) jail time.



(3) Any punishment issued pursuant to this provision of the penal code that exceeds the defined "minimum" requires:

(3a) The presence of a previous criminal history that involves the same (or very similar charges); or
(3b) That the person(s) violated the penal code with the intent of malice; or
(3c) That the person(s) refused to comply with enforcement of the law in such a uncooperative manner as to have caused immeasurable suffering to the general public, or its property.


§104.000 Driving without A License
The operation any motor vehicle, boat, large vehicle, or motorcycle without a valid driver's license:
(1) shall not concurrently effect any operator that is subjected to §103.000



(2) Penalties under this penal code violation:
Min: $500, and/or a 1 day ((hour)) impound, and/or 10 hours ((10 minutes)) in jail.
Max: $1,500. and/or a 6 day ((hour)) impound, and/or 20 hours ((20 minutes)) in jail.


(3) Any punishment issued pursuant to this provision of the penal code that exceeds the defined "minimum" requires:

(3a) The presence of a previous criminal history that involves the same (or very similar charges); or
(3b) That the person(s) violated the penal code with the intent of malice or displayed gross negligence; or
(3c) That the person(s) refused to comply with enforcement of the law in such a uncooperative manner as to have caused immeasurable suffering to the general public, or its property.


§105.000 Driving without Headlights
The operation any motor vehicle on a public road without functioning headlights (at least 1) and active headlights:
(1) between the hours of 07:00 PM and 07:00 AM; or
(2) during inclement weather conditions, including but not limited to snow, rain, sleet, or fog.
(3) inside of tunnels and public parking garages.



(4) Penalties under this penal code violation:
Min: $75
Max: $500

(e) Any punishment issued pursuant to this provision of the penal code that exceeds the defined "minimum" requires:

(4a) The presence of a previous criminal history that involves the same (or very similar charges); or
(4b)That the person(s) refused to comply with enforcement of the law in such a uncooperative manner as to have caused immeasurable suffering to the general public, or its property.



§106.000 Failure to Yield
(1) Operating a motor vehicle in such as manner as to:
(1b) fail to correctly participate in a right-of-way scenario; or
(1c) fail to reduce the speed of the operator's vehicle by 20 miles per hour below the posted speed limit when passing by a stopped emergency vehicle with its emergency lights active and/or sirens; or
(1d) fail to enter the farthest lane from any stopped emergency vehicle if the way is clear; or
(1e) failing to allow a pedestrian to enter and utilize a designated crosswalk at the appropriate time; or
(1f) failing to pull your vehicle over to the right hand, or closest, shoulder for any nearby, or passing by, emergency vehicles with active warnings / indicators / lights / sirens; or
(1g) failing to allow vehicles with the right-of-way to enter or exit the highway; or
(1h) failing to allow a vehicle performing an 'overtake' to safely pass by changing one's own vehicle's behavior as to obstruct, or attempt to obstruct, their passage; or
(1i) failing to allow oncoming traffic to continue straight when making a left-hand turn at a green light; or
(1j) failing to remain in a stopped position, on the closest shoulder of the road, while emergency vehicles pass, or enter an intersection, or are nearby.
(1k) failing to come to a full and complete stop at a sign which designates such activity.


(2) Penalties under this penal code violation:
Min: $500, and/or 6 day ((hour)) License Suspension.
Max: $2,500, and/or 12 day ((hour)) License Suspension, and/or a 6 day ((hour)) vehicle impound.(e)

(3) Any punishment issued pursuant to this provision of the penal code that exceeds the defined "minimum" requires:

(3a) The presence of a previous criminal history that involves the same (or very similar charges); or
(3b) That the person(s) violated the penal code with the intent of malice or displayed gross negligence; or
(3c) That the person(s) refused to comply with enforcement of the law in such a uncooperative manner as to have caused immeasurable suffering to the general public, or its property.


§107.000 Illegal U-Turn
Any U-turn performed by any vehicle whereby the operator of that vehicle:
(1) begins with a left-hand turn, without first attempting to shift as far to the right shoulder as possible; or
(2) begins at an intersection with a traffic control device (stop light) that is red, and proceeds to initiate the U-turn while the light is red; or
(3) causes an obstruction for oncoming traffic by forcing any oncoming vehicles to reduce their speed, crash, or skid; or
(4) performs a 3-point turn while driving inside of any city's or town's limits; or
(5) performs a turn requiring them to reverse within a city's limits; or
(6) places more than two (2) of their automobile's tires on the city's sidewalk while performing the U-Turn; or
(7) blockades, obstructs, or stops more than two lanes of traffic for any reasonably measurable period of time.

(h) (8)Penalties under this penal code violation:

Min: $50
Max: $500, and/or a 2 week ((hour)) License Suspension.

(9) Any punishment issued pursuant to this provision of the penal code that exceeds the defined "minimum" requires:

(9a) The presence of a previous criminal history that involves the same (or very similar charges); or
(9b) That the person(s) violated the penal code with the intent of malice or displayed gross negligence; or
(9c) That the person(s) refused to comply with enforcement of the law in such a uncooperative manner as to have caused immeasurable suffering to the general public, or its property.



§108.000 Improper Parking
(1)The act of parking, idling, abandoning, standing, or otherwise leaving a vehicle unattended in an area that is considered to be obstructive, dangerous, or is declared as a "No Parking" zone.

___ (1a) Grade One government vehicles are exempt from Improper Parking Laws and are listed as follows:

  • Police cruisers: LSPD, SFPD, LVPD, Ranger, HSIU vehicles.
  • Specialty trucks: Enforcer, SWAT Truck, SWAT Van, Firetruck, Ambulance.
  • Operative vehicles: Unmarked government units, and construction vehicles in time of duty.
(2) Government vehicles shall not be impounded, but may be moved to a reasonably close location; as chosen at the discretion of the tow-operator or otherwise licensed personnel.

(3) Penalties under this penal code violation:
Min: $100
Max: $500, and/or 12 day ((hour)) impound.

(4) Any punishment issued pursuant to this provision of the penal code that exceeds the defined "minimum" requires:

(4a) That the person(s) violated the penal code with the intent of malice or displayed gross negligence; or
(4b) That the person(s) refused to comply with enforcement of the law in such a uncooperative manner as to have caused immeasurable suffering to the general public, or its property.



§109.000 Jaywalking
(1) The act of crossing any public road as a pedestrian without utilizing an authorized crosswalk, or without yielding to regard for lawfully approaching traffic, or without yielding to a traffic control device; unless otherwise directed by a law enforcement officer.


(2) Penalties under this penal code violation:
Fine of $125.
(3) In the event that a motor-vehicle collision occurs involving a jaywalking pedestrian, the driver of the vehicle shall not be subjected to legal penalties unless they drove carelessly or recklessly, and which then directly caused the incident; in this case, the driver shall be subject to any criminal penalties and may be held liable in civil court.



§110.000 Obstructing A License Plate
The operation of vehicle on any public road in the State of San Andreas whereby:
(1) the license plate is removed, modified, concealed from plain sight; or
(2) inverted, improperly attached, not attached, incorrectly placed; or
(3) otherwise unlawfully present, or absent entirely.

(4) Penalties under this penal code violation:

Min: Verbal Warning (($1 Citation)).
Max: $2,500, and/or 4 day ((hour)) impound.

(5) Any punishment issued pursuant to this provision of the penal code that exceeds the defined "minimum" requires:
(5a) The presence of a previous criminal history that involves the same (or very similar charges); or
(5b) That the person(s) violated the penal code with the intent of malice or displayed gross negligence; or
(5c) That the person(s) refused to comply with enforcement of the law in such a uncooperative manner as to have caused immeasurable suffering to the general public, or its property.



§111.000 Operating A Motorbike Without A Helmet
(1) The operation of any motorcycle on public streets, highways, interstates, or sidewalks without the proper use of a helmet.

Exception to be given to those temporarily contracted to work with Montgomery Pizza Stack ((side job)).

(2) Penalties under this penal code violation:
Min: Verbal Warning
Max: $750 and/or 2 day ((hour)) Motorcycle License Suspension.

(3) Any punishment issued pursuant to this provision of the penal code that exceeds the defined "minimum" requires:
(3a) The presence of a previous criminal history that involves the same (or very similar charges); or;
(3b) That the person(s) violated the penal code with the intent of malice or displayed gross negligence; or
(3c) That the person(s) refused to comply with enforcement of the law in such a uncooperative manner as to have caused immeasurable suffering to the general public, or its property.



§112.000 Operating Non-Motorized Vehicle on Public Roads
No person riding or operating a non-motorized vehicle shall:
(1) use interstates (I-25, I-26, I-27, 127, 226, or 425(E&W)); or
(2) disobey any traffic law that would normally apply to a motorized vehicle; or
(3) ride against the flow of traffic (on the left hand side of the road); or
(4) occupy any entire lane of traffic on any county or state road; or
(5) operate above 10 miles per hour on any public sidewalk; or
(6) disrupt the flow of traffic in any way.


Vehicles classed as non motorized vehicles: BMX, Bike, Mountain Bikes.
Note: That non motorized vehicles have the right to use city streets, but must keep right and follow traffic laws accordingly.


(7) Penalties under this penal code violation:
Min: $125
Max: $1000.

Any punishment issued pursuant to this provision of the penal code that exceeds the defined "minimum" requires:
(7a) The presence of a previous criminal history that involves the same (or very similar charges); or
(7b) That the person(s) violated the penal code with the intent of malice or displayed gross negligence; or
(7c) That the person(s) refused to comply with enforcement of the law in such a uncooperative manner as to have caused immeasurable suffering to the general public, or its property.



§113.000 Installation of Unlawful Vehicle Modifications
(1)The installation, possession, or use of any unlawful modification to any vehicle operating on public roads.


(2) Penalties under this penal code violation:
  • (2a) NOS: The use or possession of any Nitrous-Oxide systems.
    $750 fine, vehicle is subject to impounding of 2 hours.
  • (2b) Hydraulics: The use of hydraulics while driving or while stationary on any public road,
    or while parked or idle at any public place that has not expressly authorized the use of such hydraulics (excluding public vehicle events).

    $500 fine, vehicle is subject to impounding of 1 day ((hour)).
  • (2c) Body-parts: Equipping a body-kit that conceals the license plate or driver display.
    $2500 fine, vehicle is subject to impounding of 3 days ((hours)).
(2d) Failure to provide a driver's license & vehicle registration ((/showkeys and /licenses)) authorizes any Law Enforcement officer to make an arrest for failure to identify to a LEO.



§114.000 Reckless Driving
(1) The unlawful operation by any person who drives any motorized vehicle on public roads in a willful or wanton disregard for the safety of persons or property; a criminal act, punishable by jail and fine.


(2) Reckless driving examples include, but are not limited to, drag racing on the highway, weaving in and out of traffic at an extremely high rate of speed, and fleeing law enforcement in a vehicle without regard to road laws in the process.

  • Extreme Speeding
  • Drifting in cities
  • The sudden application of brakes without a lawful explanation
  • Skidding across the roadway due to unlawful speed.
  • Fleeing from a law enforcement vehicle with total disregard to traffic laws
  • Multiple 'Hit & Run's'
  • Crashing a vehicle because of high-speed repeatedly
  • Causing damage or harm to oneself, others, or property due to intentionally unlawful or unsafe driving.

(3) Penalties under this penal code violation:
Min: $750, and 1 day ((hour)) License Suspension, Vehicle Impound 1 day ((hour)) and 15 hour ((minutes)) in jail.
Max: $3,000, and License Revocation, Vehicle Impound 4 days ((hours)), and 30 hours ((minutes)) in jail.

(4) Any punishment issued pursuant to this provision of the penal code that exceeds the defined "minimum" requires:
(4a) The presence of a previous criminal history that involves the same (or very similar charges); or
(4b) That the person(s) violated the penal code with the intent of malice or displayed gross negligence; or
(4c) That the person(s) refused to comply with enforcement of the law in such a uncooperative manner as to have caused immeasurable suffering to the general public, or its property.


§115.000 Speeding
(1) The operation of a motor vehicle at a speed exceeding the posted, or otherwise legal, speed limit.


(2) Highway (100MPH) | Main Road (60MPH) | Towns/Populated Areas (40MPH)

(3) Penalties under this penal code violation:
(3a) The formula for citation amounts is listed below:


4-5 above the limit = $150 Citation
6-12 above the limit = (# above limit) * $50
13-19 above the limit = (# above limit) * $100 | Careless Driving
20-29 above the limit = (# above limit) * $150 | Careless Driving
30-49 above the limit = (# above limit) * $200 | Reckless Driving & Super-Speeding
50+ above the limit = $15,000 | Reckless Driving & Super-Speeding





Example with 11 miles per hour above limit: 11 * 50 = $550
Example with 14 miles per hour above limit: 14 * 100 = $1,400.
Example with 23 miles per hour above limit: 23 * 150 = $3,450

(4a) If any unauthorized vehicle exceeds the posted legal limit by 30MPH or more, the driver is subject to arrest for reckless driving, and if they traveled through a city then also public endangerment.
Any driver caught speeding at 30 miles per hour or more above the speed limit may either pay the the speeding fine and then face the reckless driving penalties, or may serve jail time of 10 hours ((minutes)) plus one hour ((minute)) for each mile per-hour over the limit they were traveling.


Example: (4b) John Speeda is caught traveling at 94 miles per hour in a sixty mile per hour zone. He will be faced with a speeding ticket and the penalties associated with Reckless Driving, or he may face jail-time of 10 hours ((10 minutes)) plus 34 hours ((minutes))--- for traveling 34 miles per hour over the limit---for a total of 44 hours ((44 minutes)) in jail. However, with the option of jail-only, the driver will not receive any fines or a vehicle impound, but will still receive a license revocation. This is a choice the officer may make himself, or (s)he may decide to give the suspect a choice.

A police officer may ONLY fine someone if they have measured the speed by using a speed gun (whether mobile or stationary). In addition, a police officer may not charge someone with speeding if they have been recorded from a speed trap which is within 150 feet ((10 Premier lengths)) of a speed limit sign.
§115.001 Operation of an Authorized Emergency Vehicle
(1) A vehicle operated as an emergency vehicle need not use an audible signal nor display a visual signal, and may go above the speed limit when the vehicle is being used to:


(1a) catch up to a traffic violator or subject;
(1b) respond to a suspected crime in progress when use of an audible or visual signal, or both, could reasonably result in the destruction of evidence or escape of a suspect;
(1c) surveil another vehicle or its occupants who are suspected of involvement in a crime;
(1d) obtain evidence of a speeding violation; and
(1e) may exceed the maximum speed limit if it does not endanger life or property to respond to a situation.

2. Government executives, including the chief of police, sheriff or any equivalent and the government executive branch, are allowed to exceed the legal speed limit at any time, in order to mitigate the chance of any potential harm.





§116.000 Use of Cellular Devices During Traffic
(1) The act of operating any vehicle while simultaneously using a cellular device in any capacity whilst occupying, or traveling on, any public road. This includes the acts of 'texting' and 'calling' which are both prohibited.
Exemption to be made for emergency service and governmental personnel only while conducting official business.


(2) Penalties under this penal code violation:
Min: $500.
Max: $750, a 1 day ((hour)) license suspension.

(3) Any punishment issued pursuant to this provision of the penal code that exceeds the defined "minimum" requires:
(3a) The presence of a previous criminal history that involves the same (or very similar charges); or
(3b) That the person(s) violated the penal code with the intent of malice or displayed gross negligence; or
(3c) That the person(s) refused to comply with enforcement of the law in such a uncooperative manner as to have caused immeasurable suffering to the general public, or its property.


§117.000 Tailgating
(1) The act of driving less 1 vehicle length per 10 MPH behind a leading vehicle on any road. Under inclement weather conditions, such as rain or snow, this provision shall instead enforce a minimum distance of two vehicle lengths per 10MPH.


(2) Penalties under this penal code violation:
Min: $1,000 and/or the relevant vehicle license revocation for 1 week ((hour)).
Max: $1,500 and/or the relevant vehicle license revocation for 4 weeks ((hours)).

(3) Any punishment issued pursuant to this provision of the penal code that exceeds the defined "minimum" requires:
(3a) The presence of a previous criminal history that involves the same (or very similar charges), or violent behavior towards others; or
(3b) That the person(s) violated the penal code while exhibiting gross negligence; or
(3c) That the person(s) refused to comply with enforcement of the law in such a uncooperative manner as to have caused immeasurable suffering to the general public, or its property.


 

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San Andreas State Penal Code [Title II] - Non-Traffic Misdemeanors


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Title 2 (§200.000) | Non-Traffic Misdemeanors

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(( This rule applies to all Cases in-question and under the jurisdiction of this penal code. No Law Enforcement Officer (LEO) is permitted, encouraged, or ordered to follow the provisions of this penal code if doing so will violate the server rules; which are supreme to any in-character regulations. ))


§201.000 Accessory
(1) The assisting in the commission of a crime, but not direct and full commitment of the supposed crime.
(2) Suspects serve half the time as the subjected/suspected crime/criminal.

§202.000 Assault
(1) The act(s) of verbal threat(s) of immediate harm made towards another person which causes the party being threatened to feel fear and/or reasonably threatened.

(2) Penalties under this penal code violation:
Min: 24 hours ((20 minutes)) in jail.
Max: 3 Months ((2 hours)) in jail.

(3) Any punishment issued pursuant to this provision of the penal code that exceeds the defined "minimum" requires:
(3a) The presence of a previous criminal history that involves the same (or very similar charges); or
(3b) That the person(s) refused to comply with enforcement of the law in such a uncooperative manner as to have caused immeasurable suffering to the general public, or its property.


§203.000 Disturbing the peace
(1) An act that disrupts the general public order or disturbs the peace and tranquility of the community.
(1a)Examples:

  • Using offensive words in a public place, which is likely to produce a violent reaction.
  • Repeatedly issuing statements that represent conduct of a disorderly nature.
  • Using a vehicle to burn-out in a populated area.
  • Throwing objects (e.g. balls, fruits, eggs) as a prank.

(2) Penalties under this penal code violation:
Min: 6 hours ((10 minutes)) in jail.
Max: 12 Months ((20 minutes)) in jail.


§204.000 Auto Burglary
(1) Accessing, entering, stealing, or otherwise acquiring a vehicle or its related properties without explicit authorization or consent from the owner/title holder of the vehicle.
(2) Penalties under this penal code violation:
Min: 10 hours ((minutes)) jail time.
Max: 36 hours ((30 minutes)) jail time.

(3) Any punishment issued pursuant to this provision of the penal code that exceeds the defined "minimum" requires:
(3a) The presence of a previous criminal history that involves the same (or very similar charges); or
(3b) That the person(s) violated the penal code with the intent of malice or displayed gross negligence; or
(3c) That the person(s) refused to comply with enforcement of the law in such a uncooperative manner as to have caused immeasurable suffering to the general public, or its property.


§205.000 Brandishing A Weapon
(1)The act of drawing, displaying, or unholstering a blunt weapon, or deadly projectile weapon, in a non-private area or without a lawful purpose.

  1. This law also includes, but is not limited to:
  2. Piercing projectiles (bows, crossbows, etc).
  3. Airsoft, paintball, and BB guns
  4. Non-functional or functional weapon replicas of any kind.
  5. Carrying around baseball bats, golf clubs, canes, etc. without actively using them for their intended purpose.

(2) Penalties under this penal code violation:
Min: $1,000 and 12 hours ((20 minutes)) in jail.
Max: $5,000 and 60 days ((1 hour)) in jail.


(3) Any punishment issued pursuant to this provision of the penal code that exceeds the defined "minimum" requires:
(3a) The presence of a previous criminal history that involves the same (or very similar charges); or
(3b) That the person(s) violated the penal code with the intent of malice or displayed gross negligence; or
(3c) That the person(s) refused to comply with enforcement of the law in such a uncooperative manner as to have caused immeasurable suffering to the general public, or its property.


§206.000 Burglary
(1) The act of forcibly entering into a structure, or breaching its security defenses, with the intent to commit a crime.

(2) Penalties under this penal code violation:
Min: 20 hours ((minutes)) in jail, & return of any stolen items, if applicable; if items were damaged, fine the approximate dollar amount. ((No more than $5,000 in lost property)).
Max: $2,500, and/or 30 days ((1 hour)).

(3) Any punishment issued pursuant to this provision of the penal code that exceeds the defined "minimum" requires:
(3a) The presence of a previous criminal history that involves the same (or very similar charges); or
(3b) That the person(s) violated the penal code with the intent of malice or displayed gross negligence; or
(3c) That the person(s) refused to comply with enforcement of the law in such a uncooperative manner as to have caused immeasurable suffering to the general public, or its property.



§207.000 Driving Under The Influence
(1)The act of operating any vehicle on any public road, or in any public airspace, or water-space, under the influence of alcohol, narcotics or any other controlled substance that negatively impacts or impairs one's driving, or mental judgement.

(2) Penalties under this penal code violation:
Min: $1,000 and 24 hours ((15 minutes)) in jail, and 2 year ((hour)) license suspension.
Max: $5,000 and 2 Weeks ((35 minutes)) in jail.


(3) Any punishment issued pursuant to this provision of the penal code that exceeds the defined "minimum" requires:
(3a) The presence of a previous criminal history that involves the same (or very similar charges); or
(3b) That the person(s) violated the penal code with the intent of malice or displayed gross negligence; or
(3c) That the person(s) refused to comply with enforcement of the law in such a uncooperative manner as to have caused immeasurable suffering to the general public, or its property.


§208.000 Failure To Comply
(1) The act of refusing to, or being unable to (by choice, at least to some partial extent), cooperate with lawful orders by authorities of any local, state, or federal police force

(2) Penalties under this penal code violation:
Min: 1 weeks ((10 minutes)) in jail.
Max: $1,000 and 2 weeks ((20 minutes)) in jail.

(3) Any punishment issued pursuant to this provision of the penal code that exceeds the defined "minimum" requires:
(3a) The presence of a previous criminal history that involves the same (or very similar charges); or
(3b) That the person(s) violated the penal code with the intent of malice or displayed gross negligence; or
(3c) That the person(s) refused to comply with enforcement of the law in such a uncooperative manner as to have caused immeasurable suffering to the general public, or its property.


§208.001 Contempt of court
(1) The offense of being disobedient to or disrespectful toward a court of law and its officers in the form of behavior that opposes or defies the authority, justice and dignity of the court or violating a court order.

(2) Penalties under this penal code violation:
Min: 1 week ((20 minutes)) in jail.
Max: $1,000 and 6 months ((40 minutes)) in jail.

(3) Any punishment issued pursuant to this provision of the penal code that exceeds the defined "minimum" requires:
(3a) The presence of a previous criminal history that involves the same (or very similar charges); or
(3b) That the person(s) violated the penal code with the intent of malice or displayed gross negligence; or
(3c) That the person(s) refused to comply with enforcement of the law in such a uncooperative manner as to have caused immeasurable suffering to the general public, or its property.


§209.000 Failure To Identify
(1) The act of refusing to, or being unwilling to, provide information pertaining to self-identification to a law enforcement officer or federal agent upon their lawful order to do so.

(2) Penalties under this penal code violation:
Min: 6 hours ((10 minutes)) in jail.
Max: 24 hours ((40 minutes)) in jail.


Note: The "holding period" (time whereby any law enforcement authorities are attempting to identify the suspect(s)) is indefinite. If a person is suspected of committing a crime, the police hereby have the authority to detain the person(s) until their identity is legally authenticated. The "holding period" shall be in addition to the amount assigned, pursuant to §209.002.


§210.000 Failure To Pay A Fine
(1) The act of refusing to pay, or failure pay, in whole, the amount owed to the state of San Andreas by the individual in question.

(2) Delayed fines can be issued here to prevent warrants:

SASP Fine Repayment Form

(3) Between $25,000 to $49,999: 15 minutes in jail.
Between $50,000 to $74,999: 25 minutes in jail.
Between $75,000 to $124,999: 35 minutes in jail.
From $125,000 and above: 1 day ((45 minutes)) in jail.


§211.000 Flying Without A License
(1) The act of operating any aircraft without a valid pilot's license.

(2) Penalties under this penal code violation:
Min: $1,000, and/or 12 hours ((15 minutes)) in jail.
Max: $2,500, and/or 24 hours ((30 minutes)) in jail.

(3) Any punishment issued pursuant to this provision of the penal code that exceeds the defined "minimum" requires:
(3a) The presence of a previous criminal history that involves the same (or very similar charges); or
(3b) That the person(s) violated the penal code with the intent of malice or displayed gross negligence; or
(3c) That the person(s) refused to comply with enforcement of the law in such a uncooperative manner as to have caused immeasurable suffering to the general public, or its property.


§212.000 Forgery (1) The act of counterfeiting a signature, article, item, or some form of authentication with the intent to perpetrate or commit fraud or maliciously deceive others.
(2) Penalties under this penal code violation:
Min: 8 hours ((10 minutes)) in jail.
Max: 16 hours ((20 minutes)) in jail.

(3) Any punishment issued pursuant to this provision of the penal code that exceeds the defined "minimum" requires:
(3a) The presence of a previous criminal history that involves the same (or very similar charges); or
(3b) That the person(s) violated the penal code with the intent of malice or displayed gross negligence; or
(3c) That the person(s) refused to comply with enforcement of the law in such a uncooperative manner as to have caused immeasurable suffering to the general public, or its property.


§213.000 Harassment (1) The act of performing repeated to contact someone and/or sending them copious signs, signals, phone calls, messages via any medium physical, verbal, or electronic communication after any person has made it explicitly clear they wish to cease and desist all contact.
(2) This list includes, but is not limited to:
[*]Message couriers.
[*]Lewd gestures (with sexual or offensive suggestions).

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(3) Penalties under this penal code violation:
Min: 8 hours ((10 minutes)) in jail.
Max: 16 hours ((20 minutes)) in jail.

(3) Any punishment issued pursuant to this provision of the penal code that exceeds the defined "minimum" requires:
(3a) The presence of a previous criminal history that involves the same (or very similar charges); or
(3b) That the person(s) violated the penal code with the intent of malice or displayed gross negligence; or
(3c) That the person(s) refused to comply with enforcement of the law in such a uncooperative manner as to have caused immeasurable suffering to the general public, or its property.



§214.000 Hit And Run (1) The act being involved in a vehicle collision, with another vehicle or civilian, and proceeding to leave the scene without:
(1a) providing identification, assistance to the other party; or
(1b) receiving a written (or electronic) statement from all involved parties that emergency services were/are unneeded; or
(1c) waiting for emergency officials to arrive and also receiving authorization from them to leave.


(2) Penalties under this penal code violation:
Min: $500, 16 hours ((20 minutes)) in jail, and/or vehicle impound of 1 day ((1 hours)), and/or a 3 week ((4 hour)) license suspension.
Max: $5,000, 32 hours ((40 minutes)) in jail, and/or vehicle impound of 14 days ((12 hours)), and/or license revocation.

(3) Any punishment issued pursuant to this provision of the penal code that exceeds the defined "minimum" requires:
(3a) The presence of a previous criminal history that involves the same (or very similar charges); or
(3b) That the person(s) violated the penal code with the intent of malice or displayed gross negligence; or
(3c) That the person(s) refused to comply with enforcement of the law in such a uncooperative manner as to have caused immeasurable suffering to the general public, or its property.



§215.000 Illicit Gambling Practices
(1) The act of participating in gambling services, hosting, or organizing any gambling event without a legal & valid license.

  • This law includes, but is not limited to:
  • Opening a private casino without a proper gambling license from San Andreas Gambling Control Commission.
  • Any person(s) conducting games in public that involves betting of any monetary amount, or any form of credit which is exchangeable any cash value, without proper authorization from legal departments.
  • The practice of a gambling business after the termination or suspension before/post paying for a license renewal.

(2) Penalties under this penal code violation:
Min: $1,000 (for unlicensed practices in public places)
Min: $5,000 (for unlicensed private hosting)
Min: $7,500 (for unlicensed business hosting/practices)
Max: $10,000, and 20 days ((minutes)) in jail.

(3) Any punishment issued pursuant to this provision of the penal code that exceeds the defined "minimum" requires:
(3a) The presence of a previous criminal history that involves the same (or very similar charges); or
(3b) That the person(s) violated the penal code and displayed gross negligence; or
(3c) That the person(s) refused to comply with enforcement of the law in such a uncooperative manner as to have caused immeasurable suffering to the general public, or its property.



§215.005 Illicit Liqour Practices
(1) The act of selling liquor of any kind without a legal & valid license.

  • This law includes, but is not limited to:
  • Selling alcohol in any way, without a proper and valid liquor license from San Andreas Department of Licensing.

(2) Penalties under this penal code violation:
Min: $1,000 (for unlicensed practices in public places)
Min: $5,000 (for unlicensed private hosting)
Min: $7,500 (for unlicensed business hosting/practices)
Max: $10,000, and 20 days ((minutes)) in jail.

(3) Any punishment issued pursuant to this provision of the penal code that exceeds the defined "minimum" requires:
(3a) The presence of a previous criminal history that involves the same (or very similar charges); or
(3b) That the person(s) violated the penal code and displayed gross negligence; or
(3c) That the person(s) refused to comply with enforcement of the law in such a uncooperative manner as to have caused immeasurable suffering to the general public, or its property.



§216.000 Inciting A Riot
(1a) The unauthorized act of organizing, attempting to rally, or acting in a conducive manner, towards rioters or non-peaceful protesters in a public place, or with a public sphere of influence. (1b) Any act classified as a 'non-peaceful protest' or 'riot' must directly involve at least 3 participating individuals; for similar acts that consist of fewer than 3 participants, refer to §203.000.

(2) Penalties under this penal code violation:
Min: $500 and 10 days ((minutes)) in jail.
Max: $10,000, and 30 days ((minutes)) in jail.

(3) Any punishment issued pursuant to this provision of the penal code that exceeds the defined "minimum" requires:
(3a) The presence of a previous criminal history that involves the same (or very similar charges); or
(3b) That the person(s) violated the penal code with the intent of malice or displayed gross negligence; or
(3c) That the person(s) refused to comply with enforcement of the law in such a uncooperative manner as to have caused immeasurable suffering to the general public, or its property.


§217.000 Loitering
(1a) The act of loitering or prowling in a place, and at a time, or in a manner, not usual for law-abiding individuals while under any circumstances that warrant a justifiable and reasonable alarm, or immediate concern, for the safety of persons or property in the vicinity.
(1b) This code also applies if the person, or group of people, takes flight upon appearance of a law enforcement officer, refuses to identify themselves, or strives to conceal themselves or any object.
(1c) No person shall be arrested for this provision unless first given the opportunity by law enforcement to dispel any alarm by identifying themselves and/or explaining their conduct; this section & subsection '(1c)' shall not apply in cases where the person or persons in-question take(s) flight prior to a verbal contact and reciprocation with the law enforcement officer(s) appearing on scene at the time of flight.

Standing in Montgomery park within itself does not constitute loitering. The person(s) must be attempting to either conceal themselves, some object with them, or be acting in a manner that is not typical of a law abiding citizen while occupying a publicly accessible place in a time or manner that is unusual for normal people; if the people/person run/runs upon the arrival of law enforcement, that constitutes a reasonable suspicion for arrest.
If it is determined, by law, or believed by law enforcement officials that the loiterers are occupying private property, and the said owner of such private property requests that the loiterers be removed from the property, it is the duty of the state police to warn said loiterers of their notice to dispel from private land. If the suspected loiterers do not dispel from said private property, it is the duty of the state police, with the consent and blessing of the said owner, to arrest the loiterers for trespassing on private property.

(2) Penalties under this penal code violation:
Min: Warning to dispel from the area.
Max: $1,000 and/or 15 hours ((minutes)) in jail.

(3) Any punishment issued pursuant to this provision of the penal code that exceeds the defined "minimum" requires:
(3a) The presence of a previous criminal history that involves the same (or very similar charges), or violent behavior towards others; or
(3b) That the person(s) violated the penal code with the intent of malice or displayed gross negligence; or
(3c) That the person(s) refused to comply with enforcement of the law in such a uncooperative manner as to have caused immeasurable suffering to the general public, or its property.


§218.000 Mutual Combat
(1) The act of two or more parties agreeing to and engaging in an act, or in acts, of fighting in the presence of others or in a public sphere of influence.

(2) Penalties under this penal code violation:
Min: 15 hours ((minutes)) in jail
Max: $750 and/or 15 hours ((minutes)) in jail.


§219.000 Negligent Operation of An Aircraft
(1) The act of operating an aircraft without adequate supplies, or proper safety equipment, or broadcasting inappropriate announcements via the ATC channel, or making any landing during extremely dangerous conditions, or landing in an obstructed or private location whereby no aircraft are permitted by law, or insufficient altitude/flying dangerously low (less than 330 meters), or flying into a restricted airspace.

(2) Penalties under this penal code violation:
Min: $1,000, and/or 12 hours ((10 minutes)) in jail, and/or license suspension of 6 days ((hours)).
Max: $2,000, and/or 36 hours ((30 minutes)) in jail, and/or license revocation; the Captain of the aircraft must've jeopardized at least two other lives in the process of operating the aircraft to receive the maximum for this charge.

220.000 Negligent Operation of A Marine Vessel

(1) The act of failing to supply proper safety equipment while navigating, or inhabiting a boat, broadcasting inappropriate or unnecessary announcements on the VHF channel, or jeopardizing a vessel or its crew by partaking in dangerous, careless, or reckless maneuvers; especially in non-seaworthy weather conditions.


(2) Penalties under this penal code violation:
Min: $1,000, and/or 10 days ((minutes)) in jail, and/or license suspension for 6 days ((hours)).
Max: $2,000 and/or 36 hours ((30 minutes)) in jail, and/or license revocation; the Captain of the vessel must've jeopardized at least two other lives in the process of operating the vessel to receive the maximum for this charge.


§221.000 Obstruction of Justice
(1) The act of attempting or commit the crime of interfering with the administration of the courts, the judicial system, law enforcement officers or federal agents in their prescribed duties; including inconveniencing witnesses, improper conversations with jurors, hiding evidence, interfering with an arrest, or concealment of available additional evidence.

(2) Penalties under this penal code violation:
Min: 12 hours ((10 minutes)) in jail; only severe cases should exceed the minimum,
or repeat offenders.
Max: 48 hours ((45 minutes)) in jail; this depends on the severity of the degree of the offense. Only offenses whereby any person attempts to utilize criminal threats against an investigator, witness, or any person related to pursuing justice related to an apparent crime while possessing an illegal weapon shall result in the maximum sentence.

§222.000 Petty Theft
(1) The act of Intentionally and fraudulently taking personal property of another without permission or consent with the intent to pose with said property belonging legitimately to the taker. This act shall apply only in cases whereby the value of property in-question is no more than $1,000.

(2) Penalties under this penal code violation:
Min: $1,000 and 15 hours ((minutes)) in jail
Max: $750 and/or 15 hours ((minutes)) in jail.


§223.000 Possession of A Concealed Dirk/Dagger
(1) The act of possessing any device capable of ready use as a lethal stabbing weapon that may inflict great bodily injury or death. This act shall not apply to those devices or weapons that are less than 3.5 inches in length.

(2) Penalties under this penal code violation:
Min: $1,000, and 20 hours ((minutes)) in jail
Max: $5,000 and/or 45 hours ((minutes)) in jail.

(3) Any punishment issued pursuant to this provision of the penal code that exceeds the defined "minimum" requires:
(3a) The presence of a previous criminal history that involves the same (or very similar charges), or violent behavior towards others; or
(3b) That the person(s) violated the penal code with the intent of malice or displayed gross negligence; or
(3c) That the person(s) refused to comply with enforcement of the law in such a uncooperative manner as to have caused immeasurable suffering to the general public, or its property.


§224.000 Possession of A Unlicensed Firearm
(1a) which is/are outlawed hereupon §223.000; or
(1b) while not in one's home, or private residential estate, while not possessing a valid Concealed Weapon Permit; or
(1c) while at a federal or state park; or
(1d) while at any private or public school ground; or
(1e) while at any official government meeting; or
(1f) while at any local venue whereby firearms and/or lethal projectiles are expressly prohibited.
Note: Such sub-sections apply to all citizens, including those with Concealed Weapon Permits (CWPs).
All firearms within the State of San Andreas are illegal unless:
(2a) the owner/operator possesses a valid concealed weapon permit for said weapon(s) and is acting within that permit's allotted freedoms; or
(2b) the weapon is a shotgun, is unloaded, and only within the domicile (vehicle trunk, home, or on private land) whereby the weapon is completely out of plain sight from the nearest public property, road, or point of accessibility; or
(2c) the owner/operator is a law enforcement officer and is currently employed & not suspended; or
(2d) the owner/operator has a legal and justifiable cause for utilizing, or possessing, their otherwise legal firearm; such as for self-defense, legal hunting on private or publicly inaccessible lands, or camping.
Note: Trunk, as defined by this section shall be: Any section, portion, or area within a vehicle whereby no passenger, driver, or outside pedestrian may access the weapon while the vehicle is occupied and operational, or parked; the weapon must be in an area that requires a key, or unlocking device, to access it & must also be unloaded.
Note: Any vehicle containing a firearm (legal or illegal) which is left unlocked, and the firearm accessible to unauthorized personnel, either legal or illegal, subsequently subjects the vehicle's owner and/or operator to a civil citation of $5,000 and, depending on if the weapon was taken from the vehicle, a 'brandishing a weapon charge', pursuant to §203.000; it is the responsibility of the vehicle's owner and/or operator to ensure that their weapon, if being transported, is secure; they assume this liability fully upon transport.

(4) Penalties under this penal code violation:
Min: $2,500, and 25 hours ((minutes)) in jail, and/or revocation of the permit-holder's relevant credentials.
Max: $5,000 and/or 40 hours ((minutes)) in jail, and/or revocation of the permit-holder's relevant credentials.
(5) Any punishment issued pursuant to this provision of the penal code that exceeds the defined "minimum" requires:
(5a) The presence of a previous criminal history that involves the same (or very similar charges), or violent behavior towards others; or
(5b) That the person(s) violated the penal code with the intent of malice or displayed gross negligence; or
(5c) That the person(s) refused to comply with enforcement of the law in such a uncooperative manner as to have caused immeasurable suffering to the general public, or its property.



§225.000 Possession with the Intent to Distribute
(1) The act of possessing:
(1a) marijuana in the amount of 10 grams, or more; or
(1b) cocaine in the amount of 8 or more grams; or
(1c) moonshine in the amount of 5 liters, or more.

(2) Penalties under this penal code violation:
Min: $1,000 per gram of marijuana over the limit, and confiscation of all marijuana over the legal limit, and/or 2 hours ((2 minutes)) in jail per gram in excess of the legal limit.
Min: $1,500 per gram of cocaine, and confiscation of all cocaine, and/or 3 hours ((3 minutes)) in jail per gram.
Min: $1,500 per liter of moonshine in excess of the legal limit, and confiscation of all moonshine over the legal limit, and/or 3 hours ((3 minutes)) in jail per liter in excess of the legal limit.
Max: $2,500 and/or 15 hours ((30 minutes)) in jail.

(3) Any punishment issued pursuant to this provision of the penal code that exceeds the defined "minimum" requires:
(3a) The presence of a previous criminal history that involves the same (or very similar charges), or violent behavior towards others; or
(3b) That the person(s) refused to comply with enforcement of the law in such a uncooperative manner as to have caused immeasurable suffering to the general public, or its property.


§226.000 Prostitution
(1) The act of unlawfully engaging in, soliciting, or otherwise participating in a sexual act in exchange for money, or other goods or services, without being employed by a company who's authorized by law, or without some other expressly authorized and lawful reason or purpose.

(2) Penalties under this penal code violation:
Min: $250, and/or 7 days ((10 minutes)) in jail.
Max: $500 citation and/or 14 days ((20 minutes)) in jail.

(3) Any punishment issued pursuant to this provision of the penal code that exceeds the defined "minimum" requires:
(3a) The presence of a previous criminal history that involves the same (or very similar charges), or violent behavior towards others; or
(3b) That the person(s) violated the penal code with the intent of malice or displayed gross negligence; or
(3c) That the person(s) refused to comply with enforcement of the law in such a uncooperative manner as to have caused immeasurable suffering to the general public, or its property.



§227.000 Public Endangerment
(1) The act of engaging in conduct which directly leads to, or creates, a substantial risk of serious physical injury to the general public; a general population must be reasonably close to said 'act' or 'acts' of public endangerment.

(2) Penalties under this penal code violation:
Min: $1,000 or 10 minutes
Max: $5,000 and/or 40 hours ((minutes)) in jail.

(3) Any punishment issued pursuant to this provision of the penal code that exceeds the defined "minimum" requires:
(3a) The presence of a previous criminal history that involves the same (or very similar charges), or violent behavior towards others; or
(3b) That the person(s) violated the penal code with the intent of malice or displayed gross negligence; or
(3c) That the person(s) refused to comply with enforcement of the law in such a uncooperative manner as to have caused immeasurable suffering to the general public, or its property.


§228.000 Public Indecency
(1) The act of exhibiting or displaying body parts, or the performance of lewd or lascivious acts, done in an area whereby there is no reasonable expectation of privacy; whereby said acts would be inappropriate for public view/hearing.
Urination.
Defecation.
Masturbation.
Nudity.
Exposure of ones genitals.

(3) Penalties under this penal code violation:
Min: $500 and/or 10 days ((minutes)) hours in jail.
Max: $2,500 and/or 15 days ((minutes)) in jail.

(3) Any punishment issued pursuant to this provision of the penal code that exceeds the defined "minimum" requires:
(3a) The presence of a previous criminal history that involves the same (or very similar charges), or violent behavior towards others; or
(3b) That the person(s) violated the penal code with the intent of malice or displayed gross negligence; or
(3c) That the person(s) refused to comply with enforcement of the law in such a uncooperative manner as to have caused immeasurable suffering to the general public, or its property.


§229.000 Public Intoxication
(1) The act, or acts, of being intoxicated to an extent that is beyond the legal limit of (.08%) B.A.C. in a public place.

(2) Penalties under this penal code violation:
Min: An officer will peacefully detain a suspect & deliver, by vehicle, said persons to their home or to a local hospital.
Max: $2,000 and/or 10 hours ((minutes)) in jail.

(3) Any punishment issued pursuant to this provision of the penal code that exceeds the defined "minimum" requires:
(3a) The presence of a previous criminal history that involves the same (or very similar charges), or violent behavior towards others; or
(3b) That the person(s) violated the penal code while exhibiting gross negligence; or
(3c) That the person(s) refused to comply with enforcement of the law in such a uncooperative manner as to have caused immeasurable suffering to the general public, or its property.


§230.000 Possession of Drug Paraphernalia
(1) The act of possessing materials, devices, or components that are frequently used in the creation of illegal narcotics/substances. Exception are made to those with a cannabis dispensary permit, or to those that may provide a falsifiable, reasonable, and lawful explanation for the possession of said materials.
Permit holders may only obtain two columns and three rows (( 6 pots )) of the prescribed amount of cannabis, unless otherwise stated.

(2) Penalties under this penal code violation:
Min: $1,000 fine, and the confiscation of paraphernalia.
Max: $3,000, and the confiscation of paraphernalia, and 10 hours ((minutes)) in jail.
Note Any CDP Holder that violates this provision shall have their holder card revoked.

(3) Any punishment issued pursuant to this provision of the penal code that exceeds the defined "minimum" requires:
(3a) The presence of a previous criminal history that involves the same (or very similar charges), or violent behavior towards others; or
(3b) That the person(s) violated the penal code while exhibiting gross negligence; or
(3c) That the person(s) refused to comply with enforcement of the law in such a uncooperative manner as to have caused immeasurable suffering to the general public, or its property.


§231.000 Emergency Hotline Abuse
(1) The act of misusing the 911 emergency hotline to report fraudulent or deceitful information, or to call about a non-emergency situation without explicitly stating that it was a non-emergency situation.

(2) Penalties under this penal code violation:
Min: $500
Max: $1,000 and/or 10 days ((minutes)) in jail.

(3) Any punishment issued pursuant to this provision of the penal code that exceeds the defined "minimum" requires:
(3a) The presence of a previous criminal history that involves the same (or very similar charges), or violent behavior towards others; or
(3b) That the person(s) violated the penal code while exhibiting gross negligence; or
(3c) That the person(s) refused to comply with enforcement of the law in such a uncooperative manner as to have caused immeasurable suffering to the general public, or its property.


§232.000 Tailgating
(1) The act of driving less 1 vehicle length per 10 MPH behind a leading vehicle on any road. Under inclement weather conditions, such as rain or snow, this provision shall instead enforce a minimum distance of two vehicle lengths per 10MPH.

(2) Penalties under this penal code violation:
Min: $1,000 and/or the relevant vehicle license revocation for 1 week ((hour)).
Max: $1,500 and/or the relevant vehicle license revocation for 4 weeks ((hours)).

(3) Any punishment issued pursuant to this provision of the penal code that exceeds the defined "minimum" requires:
(3a) The presence of a previous criminal history that involves the same (or very similar charges), or violent behavior towards others; or
(3b) That the person(s) violated the penal code while exhibiting gross negligence; or
(3c) That the person(s) refused to comply with enforcement of the law in such a uncooperative manner as to have caused immeasurable suffering to the general public, or its property.


§233.000 Harming A Police Work Dog or Police Work Horse
(1) The act of harming a police work dog, horse or any animal under the supervision of a police officer, used to aid the state police, district municipality, or a federal law enforcement agency in their duties whether physically or mentally.

(2) Penalties under this penal code violation:
Min: $2,000, and/or 15 days ((minutes)) in jail
Max: $5,000 and/or 30 days ((minutes)) in jail.

(3) Any punishment issued pursuant to this provision of the penal code that exceeds the defined "minimum" requires:
(3a) The presence of a previous criminal history that involves the same (or very similar charges), or violent behavior towards others; or
(3b) That the person(s) violated the penal code while exhibiting gross negligence; or
(3c) That the person(s) refused to comply with enforcement of the law in such a uncooperative manner as to have caused immeasurable suffering to the general public, or its property.




§234.000 Trespassing
(1) The act of willfully entering any property or area without being authorized, licensed, or invited, or remaining in any property whereby notice is given either through communication to the offender or by posting, fencing, or cultivation.

(2) Penalties under this penal code violation:
Min: $500, and/or 10 days ((minutes)) in jail.
Max: $1,000 and/or 20 days ((minutes)) in jail.



§235.000 Trespassing Against the State
(1) The act of willfully entering any government property or area without being authorized, licensed, or invited, or remaining in any property whereby notice is given either through communication to the offender or by posting, fencing, or cultivation.

(2) Penalties under this penal code violation:
Min: $500, and/or 20 days ((minutes)) in jail.
Max: $1,000 and/or 30 days ((minutes)) in jail.


§236.000 Sexual Harassment
(1) Any act or attempt by an individual to arouse or seduce and unwilling party via physical or technical means.
This law includes, but is not to:
Sexting - exchanging sexual materials or communication to an unwilling party.
Inappropriate rewards in exchange for sexual favors.
Physically touching/groping the genitals without permission (i. Breasts are deemed as sex organs).
Initiating facial expressions or producing noises related to seduction/sexual desire towards another group/individual even after continuous denial from the said party.

(2) Penalties under this penal code violation:
Min: $500, and/or 20 days ((minutes)) in jail.
Max: $1,000 and/or 30 days ((minutes)) in jail.
Note: If the subjected suspect harassed a minor (victims under the age of 18), another 10 days ((minutes)) must be added.

§237.000 Resisting Arrest
(1) The act of willfully resisting, delaying, or obstructing any police officer/federal agent when engaged in an arrest. The slightest amount of force can be classified as resisting.

(2) Penalties under this penal code violation:
Min: 10 days ((minutes)) in jail.
Max: 20 days ((minutes)) in jail.


§238.000 Receiving Stolen Property
(1) The act of knowingly buying, selling, receiving, concealing, or withholding stolen property without notifying/reporting to local authorities.

(2) Penalties under this penal code violation:
Min: $1,000, and/or 20 days ((minutes)) in jail.
Max: $2,500 and/or 30 days ((minutes)) in jail.


§239.000 Use of Illegal Narcotics/Controlled Substances
(1) The act of willfully abusing or being under the influence of any illegally obtained narcotics or controlled substances.
Marijuana (if not permitted legally)
Cocaine
Moonshine
Heroin
PCP
Methamphetamine
Produce that renders the person out-of-state.

(3) Penalties under this penal code violation:
Min: 10 days ((minutes)) in jail.
Max: 20 days ((minutes)) in jail.


§240.000 Vandalism
(1) The act of deliberately destroying, damaging, altering, or otherwise negatively modifying public or private property without the explicit permission of the owner(s) or legal operator(s).

(2) Penalties under this penal code violation:
Private Property: $500, and/or 10 days ((minutes)) in jail.
Public: $1,000 and/or 20 days ((minutes)) in jail.
Government Agency: $2,500 and/or 30 days ((minutes)) in jail.


§241.000 Negligent Medical Treatment
(1) The act of performing medical care or treatment beyond the level of DRABC or First Aid, which is defined as emergency care or treatment given to an ill or injured person before regular medical aid without the use of any medical apparatus, without proper certification and medical licensing from the Red County Fire Department.
(2) Penalties under this penal code violation:
Min: $1,000, and/or 12 hours ((15 minutes)) in jail.
Max: $2,500, and/or 24 hours ((30 minutes)) in jail.


§242.000 Unlawful Concealment of Identity
(1) Concealment of one's face while on property deemed public or private property with public access (Montgomery Bank, Montgomery Pizza Stacks, or Palomino Creek Town Hall as an example) without proper reason such as a riding a motorcycle.

(2) Penalties under this penal code violation:
Min: $250 and removal of concealing object
Max: $1,000 and 20 days ((minutes)) in jail and removal of concealing object

(3) Any punishment issued pursuant to this provision of the penal code that exceeds the defined "minimum" requires:
(3a) The presence of a previous criminal history that involves the same (or very similar charges), or violent behavior towards others; or
(3b) That the person(s) violated the penal code while exhibiting gross negligence; or
(3c) That the person(s) refused to comply with enforcement of the law in such a uncooperative manner as to have caused immeasurable suffering to the general public, or its property.


§243.000 Unlicensed Security Operations
The act of operating and identifying as a security officer of any kind, while unlicensed. Some examples of this are:
(1)Offering security services of any capacity;
(2)Entering private property with the sole intention of protecting it;
(3)Accompanying another person with the sole intention of providing protection;
(4)Using your personal legally licensed firearm, with the intention to act as a security officer without a Security Firearms License.


The act of operating an unlicensed company that offers or contains security in any capacity. Some examples of this are:
(1)Offering security services to the public;
(2)Offering job roles that contain any kind of protection or security work, internal or external;
(3)Hiring unlicensed security officers;
(4)Hiring security officers that use their own legally licensed self-protection firearm.


Those who are peace officers in the state of San Andreas and have undergone the correct training are exempt from §243.000.


(4) Penalties for operating as a security officer while unlicensed:
Min: 1 day ((10 miniutes)) Jail Sentence.
Max: $5,000 fine and a 25 day ((25 miniutes)) Jail Sentence.

(4) Penalties for operating a company that offers security services in any capacity:
Min: $10,000 fine and a 30 day ((30 miniutes)) Jail Sentence.
Max: $25,000 fine and a month ((60 miniutes)) Jail Sentence.

(5) Any punishment issued pursuant to this provision of the penal code that exceeds the defined "minimum" requires:
(5a) The presence of a previous criminal history that involves the same (or very similar charges); or
(5b) That the person(s) violated the penal code with the intent of malice or displayed gross negligence; or
(5c) That the person(s) refused to comply with enforcement of the law in such a uncooperative manner as to have caused immeasurable suffering to the general public, or its property.


§244.000 Possession of External Plate Carriers
(1)The act of owning or possessing external plate carriers / heavy Kevlar armor is illegal. The act of wearing a external plate carrier / heavy Kevlar vest is also illegal.
(2) Penalties under this penal code violation

Min: $1,000 fine, and 10 days ((minutes in jail)).
Max: $10,000 fine, and 25 day ((minutes in jail)).
Note: Peace Officers, and licensed Security Officers are exempt from this section of the penal code.

 

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San Andreas State Penal Code [Title III] - Class A Felonies


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Title 3 (§ 300's) | Class A Felonies


(( Rule 24))
This rule applies to all Cases in-question and under the jurisdiction of this penal code. No Law Enforcement Officer (LEO) is permitted, encouraged, or ordered to follow the provisions of this penal code if doing so will violate the server rules; which are supreme to any in-character regulations. ))



3 S.A.C. § 301 Arson
(1) The act of burning, setting fire to, inflaming, or igniting a house, structure, or other property without the consent of the owner(s), or without respect to the law, or without respect to the concern and reasonable safety of the public; any death resulting from arson is murder.


• Trailer/Flat ($15,000)
• Apartment/Cabin ($30,000)
• House ($60,000)
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(2) Penalties under this penal code violation:
Min: 35 minutes in jail.
Min: 60 minutes in jail.

(3) Any punishment issued pursuant to this provision of the penal code that exceeds the defined "minimum" requires:
(3a) The presence of a previous criminal history that involves the same (or very similar charges), or violent behavior towards others; or
(3b) That the person(s) violated the penal code while exhibiting malice or gross recklessness; or
(3c) That the person(s) refused to comply with enforcement of the law in such a uncooperative manner as to have caused immeasurable suffering to the general public, or its property.


3 S.A.C. § 302 Battery
(1) The act of using one's physical capabilities against another party/other parties with the intention of causing harm or injury.


(1a) Aggravated Battery:
The act of using a deadly weapon which, intentionally or knowingly, causes great bodily harm, permanent disfigurement or permanent disability to the victim; or batters a person whom the defendants knows or should know is pregnant


(1b) (Simple) Battery [Misdemeanor]:
The act(s) of committing unwanted or offensive touching of another person or intentionally causing bodily harm to the individual. An accidental touching or striking does not satisfy this requirement; however, if the intent is debatable on the scene, discretion is left to that of the arresting officer.


(2) Penalties under this penal code violation:
Aggravated Battery Min: $5,000 and 30 days ((minutes)) in jail.
Aggravated Battery Max: 4 months ((2 hours)) in jail.


Simple Battery Min: 10 days ((minutes)) in jail.
Simple Battery Max: 30 days ((minutes)) in jail.

(3) Any punishment issued pursuant to this provision of the penal code that exceeds the defined "minimum" requires:
(3a) The presence of a previous criminal history that involves the same (or very similar charges), or violent behavior towards others; or
(3b) That the person(s) violated the penal code while exhibiting malice or gross negligence; or
(3c) That the person(s) refused to comply with enforcement of the law in such a uncooperative manner as to have caused immeasurable suffering to the general public, or its property.


3 S.A.C. § 303 Crimes Against the State
(1) The act(s) of participating in, supporting, organizing, or attempting to execute any operations or event(s) with the intention of overthrowing any legitimate governing body in a violent and illegal manner.
Such activities include, but are not limited to:
• Acts of treason.
• Sedition.
• Rebellion.
• Sabotaging military operations.
• Terrorism.


(2) Penalties under this penal code violation:
Min: $5,000, and/or 5 Years ((1 Hour)) in jail.
Max: $10,000, and/or 10 Years ((2 Hours)) in jail.

(3) Any punishment issued pursuant to this provision of the penal code that exceeds the defined "minimum" requires:
(3a) The presence of a previous criminal history that involves the same (or very similar charges), or violent behavior towards others or the general public; or
(3b) That the person(s) violated the penal code while exhibiting malice or recklessness; or
(3c) That the person(s) refused to comply with enforcement of the law in such a uncooperative manner as to have caused immeasurable suffering to the general public, or its property.



3 S.A.C. § 304 Entrapment
(1) The act of intentionally or forcibly tricking any individual(s) into participating in illegal activities, and then framing or arresting them for crimes for which they were coerced and would otherwise not reasonably commit.



(2) Penalties under this penal code violation:
Min: $10,000 paid to the 'entrapped' individual, and a 24 hour suspension from government duties.
Max: $10,000 paid to the 'entrapped' individual, and a dishonorable discharge from government duties ((with no blacklist)).

(3) Any punishment issued pursuant to this provision of the penal code that exceeds the defined "minimum" requires:
(3a) The presence of a previous criminal history that involves the same (or very similar charges), or violent behavior towards others; or
(3b) That the person(s) violated the penal code while exhibiting malice or gross negligence; or
(3c) That the person(s) refused to comply with enforcement of the law in such a uncooperative manner as to have caused immeasurable suffering to the general public, or its property.


3 S.A.C. § 305 False Imprisonment
(1) The act, or acts, whereby any individual represents any criminal matter and:


(1a) does so without presenting the whole, relevant, and complete truth that results in a wrongful arrest; or

(1b) contributes in any part to a report or allegation whereby false facts or misleading information are submitted or conveyed to law enforcement officials and the reporting, or submitting, individual at-hand withholds any decriminalizing evidence or facts against the individual(s) who would, with the correct & wholly truthful information, otherwise not be incarcerated.


(2) Penalties under this penal code violation:
Min: $5,000, and/or 10 days ((minutes)) in jail.
Max: $10,000, and the amount of time that the original defendant would have to have served plus an additional 10 days ((+10 min, if possible)).

(3) Any punishment issued pursuant to this provision of the penal code that exceeds the defined "minimum" requires:
(3a) The presence of a previous criminal history that involves the same (or very similar charges), or violent behavior towards others; or
(3b) That the person(s) violated the penal code while exhibiting malice or gross negligence; or
(3c) That the person(s) refused to comply with enforcement of the law in such a uncooperative manner as to have caused immeasurable suffering to the general public, or its property.


3 S.A.C. § 306 Grand Theft Auto
(1) The criminal act of stealing, or attempting to steal, any motor vehicle (ranging from cars, boats to any type of aircraft), regardless of the value.
  • Car Theft:
    Stealing an unattended vehicle without keys using methods such as hot-wiring or towing.

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    [*]Opportunistic theft:
    To steal a vehicle when the owner is unattended, yet present; commonly idle or so.

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    [*]Fraudulent theft:
    Illegal acquisition of the vehicle. Commonly acquired by engaging in fraudulent acts to the seller using identity theft or false cashier checks, etc.

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    [*]Car-jacking:
    To steal ones vehicle by using force, intimidation or violence; forcing the driver out of their vehicle.

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    [*]Non-consensual Use:
    Operating a motor vehicle without the owner's consent.

(2) Penalties under this penal code violation:
Min: $1,000, and/or 15 days ((minutes)) in jail.
Max: $10,000, and/or 45 days ((minutes)) in jail.

(3) Any punishment issued pursuant to this provision of the penal code that exceeds the defined "minimum" requires:
(3a) The presence of a previous criminal history that involves the same (or very similar charges), or violent behavior towards others; or
(3b) That the person(s) violated the penal code while exhibiting malice or gross negligence; or
(3c) That the person(s) refused to comply with enforcement of the law in such a uncooperative manner as to have caused immeasurable suffering to the general public, or its property.


3 S.A.C. § 307 Harboring A Fugitive
(1) Any act whereby any person who, with knowledge that a crime has been committed, aids, harbors, keeps or conceals any person(s) or evidence with the intent to help the person escape or avoid arrest, conviction, or their lawful prison sentence.


(2) Penalties under this penal code violation:
Min: 20 days ((minutes)) in jail.
Max: Two Times the amount of time that the original criminal faced at the time prior to any aiding or abetting occurring ((max, 2 hours))


3 S.A.C. § 308 Hostage Taking
(1) The act whereby any person seizes another and compels them to act, or refrain from acting, in a particular way with the threat of, or use of, violence which coerces them to comply or remain in the defendant's possession for the purpose of using them as a leverage to achieve some other objective.

(2) Penalties under this penal code violation:
Min: 30 days ((minutes)) of jail time.
Max: 1 years ((hour))


3 S.A.C. § 309 Kidnapping
(1) The act of using intimidation, force, or violence to reasonably prevent any individual from moving freely in any reasonably constrictive capacity against their will.


(2) Penalties under this penal code violation:
Min: 15 days ((minutes)) of jail time.
Max: 60 days ((minutes)) of jail time.


3 S.A.C. § 310 Attempted Murder
(1) The act of harming, or attempting to harm, another person unlawfully with the purpose of and/or hope of killing said individual.


(2) Penalties under this penal code violation:
Min: 20 days ((minutes)) of jail time.
Max: 60 days ((minutes)) of jail time.

(3) Any punishment issued pursuant to this provision of the penal code that exceeds the defined "minimum" requires:
(3a) The presence of a previous criminal history that involves the same (or very similar charges), or violent behavior towards others; or
(3b) That the person(s) violated the penal code while exhibiting malice or gross negligence; or
(3c) That the person(s) refused to comply with enforcement of the law in such a uncooperative manner as to have caused immeasurable suffering to the general public, or its property.



3 S.A.C. § 311 First Degree Murder
Any person who causes the death of another:
(1) Willfully, deliberately, or in a premeditated manner - such as in "cold blood;"
(2) Killing another human being while engaging in a felony that, in itself, would not normally be directly attributed to causing death or serious injury to others;
(3) Felony-murder; or
(4) Killing by poison or lying in wait.


Murder of the First Degree:
• Killing for sport, entertainment, or because of angry in a way that a reasonable person would not feel the urge to kill.
• Any murder whereby the act of killing another human being is planned.
• Murder for hire.
• Planned or organized drive-by shooting.
• Killing another human being while engaged in, or attempting to engage in, armed robbery, evading police, burglary, etc.
Felony-murder: Killing someone while in the commission of a serious non-violent felony; including evasion, bank robbery, burglary etc...
Additional Information: Felony-murder does not include assault, battery, or other offenses directly relating to causing harm to another. No additional intent is required to prove a felony-murder; only the intent to prove the underlying felony; for example, only the intent to prove robbery, burglary, or evasion would be required.

(2) Penalties under this penal code violation:

Min: 20 years ((100 minutes)) of jail time.
Max: 25 Years+ ((2 hours)) of jail time, or death ((CK penalty voluntary; 1st Degree Murder arrests will count towards a CK via death penalty))

(3) Any punishment issued pursuant to this provision of the penal code that exceeds the defined "minimum" requires:
(3a) The presence of a previous criminal history that involves the same (or very similar charges), or violent behavior towards others; or
(3b) That the person(s) violated the penal code while exhibiting malice or gross negligence; or
(3c) That the person(s) refused to comply with enforcement of the law in such a uncooperative manner as to have caused immeasurable suffering to the general public, or its property.




3 S.A.C. § 312 Second Degree Murder
Any person who causes the death of another:
(1) by means of an intentional act (that is, an act done purposefully, or knowingly), trying to cause serious bodily injury, but where death, though never intended, results; or
(2) An act that comes from a heat of passion moment that unintentionally results in the death of another; or
(2) Depraved heart (or abandoned and malignant heart) murder (a special kind of extremely reckless killing that exhibits indifference to the value of human life).


• Two business rivals spot each other across town, and an argument of words ensues. One of them spontaneously a hook-punch, without provocation, killing the other.
• A man begins driving down the sidewalk in his minivan, and someone (who was previously unseen) steps out from an alley way into the van's path; he kill her while acting in an extremely reckless way. ("Depraved Heart Murder")
• Two farmers begin fighting over who gets to hold the farm's only loaded shotgun; they begin to struggle and one of them pulls very hard, causing the gun to discharge; it kills one of them.

(2) Penalties under this penal code violation:

Min: 15 years ((75 minutes)) of jail time.
Max: 20 Years ((100 minutes)) of jail time, and $10,000 mandatory restitution to the victims family ((or, if no next-of-kin online: citation; this convictions counts towards CK via death penalty))

(3) Any punishment issued pursuant to this provision of the penal code that exceeds the defined "minimum" requires:
(3a) The presence of a previous criminal history that involves the same (or very similar charges), or violent behavior towards others; or
(3b) That the person(s) violated the penal code while exhibiting malice or gross negligence; or
(3c) That the person(s) refused to comply with enforcement of the law in such a uncooperative manner as to have caused immeasurable suffering to the general public, or its property.





3 S.A.C. § 313 Voluntary Manslaughter

Any person who causes the death of another:
(1) in a way that would normally be considered as murder after being reasonably provoked into a sudden heat of passion by the victim whereby a reasonable person would not have cooled off between the provocation and commission of the homicide.
(a) A mental state that would ordinarily qualify as murder;
(b) an objectively reasonable person would have been so provoked; and
(c) the defendant must not have cooled off by the time the killing happens.



Voluntary Manslaughter:
• A person comes home to find their partner cheating on them, and immediately withdraws a gun from their persons and kills her partner or the cheater or both.
• A road rage incident leads a man to ram his vehicle into another vehicle, belonging to a woman, and causes her to crash; killing her.


(2) Penalties under this penal code violation:

Min: 10 years ((50 minutes)) of jail time.
Max: 25 Years ((75 minutes)) of jail time, and $10,000 mandatory restitution to the victims family ((or, if no next-of-kin online: citation; this convictions counts towards CK via death penalty))

(3) Any punishment issued pursuant to this provision of the penal code that exceeds the defined "minimum" requires:
(3a) The presence of a previous criminal history that involves the same (or very similar charges), or violent behavior towards others; or
(3b) That the person(s) violated the penal code while exhibiting malice or gross negligence; or
(3c) That the person(s) refused to comply with enforcement of the law in such a uncooperative manner as to have caused immeasurable suffering to the general public, or its property.





3 S.A.C. § 314 Involuntary Manslaughter
Any person who causes the death of another:
(1) by commission of an extremely careless or reckless act, usually the result of criminal negligence; often the result of a tort-related killing.
(a) The act of killing must not have been intentional;
(b) the recklessness or negligence causing the death must not amount to a felony; and
(c) the criminal negligence or recklessness must not be so extreme as to be that of a depraved heart murder.



Involuntary Manslaughter:
• A person traveling 10 miles per hour over the speed limit runs a red light, striking and killing a pedestrian.
• A person cleaning a loaded weapon accidentally discharges the weapon. The bullet travels out of a window, striking and killing a nearby pedestrian.

(2) Penalties under this penal code violation:

Min: 5 years ((25 minutes)) of jail time.
Max: 10 Years ((50 minutes)) of jail time.

(3) Any punishment issued pursuant to this provision of the penal code that exceeds the defined "minimum" requires:
(3a) The presence of a previous criminal history that involves the same (or very similar charges), or violent behavior towards others; or
(3b) That the person(s) violated the penal code while exhibiting malice or gross negligence; or
(3c) That the person(s) refused to comply with enforcement of the law in such a uncooperative manner as to have caused immeasurable suffering to the general public, or its property.



3 S.A.C. § 315 Robbery
(1) The act of taking, or attempting to take, anything of value though use of force, threat, or intimidation.


(2a) Armed Robbery
Committing the crime while using a weapon classified as a firearm.
Min: 30 days ((minutes)) of jail time.
Max: 60 days ((minutes)) of jail time.

(2b) Aggravated Robbery
Committing the crime while using an object, intending to use it as a weapon of deadly/lethal force.
Min: 20 days ((minutes)) of jail time.
Max: 40 days ((minutes)) of jail time.

(2c) Simple Robbery
Committing the crime without using any lethal, or object that may function as a lethal weapon; within reason.
40 minutes in jail for armed/aggravated robbery.[/color]
Min: 15 days ((minutes)) of jail time.
Max: 30 days ((minutes)) of jail time.


3 S.A.C. § 316 Torture
(1) The act of systematically inflicting severe pain and suffering, whether physical or mental, upon another person:
(1a) for the purpose of obtaining something from them, such as information or physical items; or
(1b) as punishment for an action that the victim took, or vowed to take; or
(1c) as punishment for a belief that the victim held or holds; or
(1d) as a form of coercion , to get a victim to comply with some sort of demand or request; or
(1e) as a form of intimidation towards the victim; or
(1f) as a form of sport, worship, or as another form of pleasure for the torturer.


(2) Penalties under this penal code violation:
Min: 25 days ((minutes)) of jail time.
Max: 45 days ((minutes)) of jail time.

(3) Any punishment issued pursuant to this provision of the penal code that exceeds the defined "minimum" requires:
(3a) The presence of a previous criminal history that involves the same (or very similar charges), or violent behavior towards others; or
(3b) That the person(s) violated the penal code recklessly, knowingly, or purposely; or
(3c) That the person(s) refused to comply with enforcement of the law in such a uncooperative manner as to have caused immeasurable suffering to the general public, or its property.

3 S.A.C. § 317 Terrorism
(1) The act of systematically using violence, or the threat of violence, as a means of forcing compliance to achieve some political, economic, religious, or other form of demand against the will of the 'terrorized'.


(2) Penalties under this penal code violation:
Min: 45 days ((minutes)) of jail time.
Max: 2 months ((hours)) of jail time.

(3) Any punishment issued pursuant to this provision of the penal code that exceeds the defined "minimum" requires:
(3a) The presence of a previous criminal history that involves the same (or very similar charges), or violent behavior towards others; or
(3b) That the person(s) violated the penal code while exhibiting malice or recklessness; or
(3c) That the person(s) refused to comply with enforcement of the law in such a uncooperative manner as to have caused immeasurable suffering to the general public, or its property.


3 S.A.C. § 318 Unlicensed Trade of Firearms
(1) The act of selling, purchasing, leasing, or transferring firearms without a valid license to do so.


(2) Penalties under this penal code violation:
Min: $5,000, and/or 15 days ((minutes)) of jail time, and the confiscation of the firearms in-question.
Max: $25,000 and/or 2 Years ((hours)) of jail time, and the confiscation of the firearms in-question.

(3) Any punishment issued pursuant to this provision of the penal code that exceeds the defined "minimum" requires:
(3a) The presence of a previous criminal history that involves the same (or very similar charges), or violent behavior towards others; or
(3b) That the person(s) violated the penal code while exhibiting willful ignorance; or
(3c) That the person(s) refused to comply with enforcement of the law in such a uncooperative manner as to have caused immeasurable suffering to the general public, or its property.


3 S.A.C. § 319 Unlicensed Trade of Controlled Substances/Narcotics
(1) The act(s) of selling, purchasing, leasing, or transferring controlled substances/narcotics without a valid license to do so.


(2) Penalties under this penal code violation:
Min: Applicable Citation Amount, and/or confiscation of all involved narcotics/illegal substances, and/or 15 days ((minutes)) of jail time.
Max: Applicable Citation Amount, and/or 2 Years ((hours)) of jail time, and the confiscation of the firearms in-question.


3 S.A.C. § 320 Abuse of a corpse
(1) The act of unlawfully interacting with a corpse, through any act of sex, mutilation, neglect, or in an otherwise grossly abusive, or inappropriate manner. Neglect is defined as witnessing a corpse and not calling 911 or reporting the corpse; first-time offenders shall receive a minimal citation of $10, and shall be subject to increases upon repeat offenses.


(2) Penalties under this penal code violation:
Min: $2,500
Max: $7,500 and/or 10 days ((minutes)) jail time.

(3) Any punishment issued pursuant to this provision of the penal code that exceeds the defined "minimum" requires:
(3a) The presence of a previous criminal history that involves the same (or very similar charges), or violent behavior towards others; or
(3b) That the person(s) violated the penal code while exhibiting malice or gross negligence; or
(3c) That the person(s) refused to comply with enforcement of the law in such a uncooperative manner as to have caused immeasurable suffering to the general public, or its property.
 

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San Andreas State Penal Code [Title IV] - Class B Felonies


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TITLE 4 (§400.000) | Class B Felonies
(( Rule 24))
(( This rule applies to all Cases in-question and under the jurisdiction of this penal code. No Law Enforcement Officer (LEO) is permitted, encouraged, or ordered to follow the provisions of this penal code if doing so will violate the server rules; which are supreme to any in-character regulations. ))


§401.000 Bribery
(1) The act of knowingly and intentionally giving, offering, or promising to any public servant, or, if a public servant requests, solicits, accepts, or agrees to accept any benefit not authorized by law where there is an intent to influence the performance of any act or omission of the public servant in their capacity to discharge any duty or exercise of power which is within the official discretion of the servant, in violation of a public duty, or otherwise while the servant is required to be performing their duties.


(2) Penalties under this penal code violation:
Min: A fine amount of the amount paid to the servant, or $10,000; whichever is greater, and/or 30 minutes in jail, and dishonorable discharge from their post.
Max: A fine amount of the amount paid to the servant, or $50,000; whichever is greater, and/or 2 Years ((2 hours)) in jail, and a dishonorable discharge from their post with a 1-year ((month)) ban from all government agencies.

(3) Any punishment issued pursuant to this provision of the penal code that exceeds the defined "minimum" requires:
(3a) The presence of a previous criminal history that involves the same (or very similar charges), or violent behavior towards others; or
(3b) That the person(s) violated the penal code while exhibiting malice or gross negligence; or
(3c) That the person(s) refused to comply with enforcement of the law in such a uncooperative manner as to have caused immeasurable suffering to the general public, or its property.


§402.000 Conspiracy (to commit...)
(1) The act(s) of working together by agreement, either verbal, written, electronic, or sacred, to commit any illegal act. A conspiracy may exist when the parties use legal means to accomplish an illegal result, or to use illegal means to achieve something that in itself is lawful. To prove a conspiracy, those involved must have agreed to the plan before all the actions have been taken or else it is just a series of independent illegal acts.


(2) Penalties under this penal code violation:
Min: One-half of the time for crime for which the conspirators were preparing for in addition to any other charges.
Max: 10 Years ((2 hours)) jail time, and/or $25,000 citation.

(3) Any punishment issued pursuant to this provision of the penal code that exceeds the defined "minimum" requires:
(3a) The presence of a previous criminal history that involves the same (or very similar charges), or violent behavior towards others; or
(3b) That the person(s) violated the penal code while exhibiting malice or gross negligence; or
(3c) That the person(s) refused to comply with enforcement of the law in such a uncooperative manner as to have caused immeasurable suffering to the general public, or its property.


§403.000 Dissuading A Witness/Victim
(1) The act of preventing, intimidating, attempting, to act in any manner as to prevent, any witnesses or victims of a crime from reporting the crime or testifying about the crime truthfully in a court of law; or to any law enforcement officer.


(2) Penalties under this penal code violation:
Min: 30 days ((minutes)) jail time.
Max: 60 days ((minutes)) jail time.

(3) Any punishment issued pursuant to this provision of the penal code that exceeds the defined "minimum" requires:
(3a) The presence of a previous criminal history that involves the same (or very similar charges), or violent behavior towards others; or
(3b) That the person(s) violated the penal code while exhibiting malice or gross negligence; or
(3c) That the person(s) refused to comply with enforcement of the law in such a uncooperative manner as to have caused immeasurable suffering to the general public, or its property.


§404.000 Evading
(1) The act of willfully refusing to stop, or failing to stop a vehicle/craft or any movement on foot, upon the order and/or signalling of any law enforcement officer that:
(1a) possesses a vehicle with law enforcement decals and/or lights/sirens; or
(1b) possesses a uniform, badge, or article of clothing labeled 'Police', 'Sheriff', or any other title that is indicative that the personnel is a law enforcement officer; or
(1c) claims they are a law enforcement officer.
(1d) Any person(s) that begin fleeing, or continue fleeing, any law enforcement officer(s), or that which is supposed, without first asking for official identification and a badge number and then waiting a reasonable amount of time for a response from said law enforcement officials shall be charged for the crime mentioned heretofore.
(1e) Any person(s) that do not place a considerable amount of effort into inquiring as to whether the individual(s) ordering them to stop, halt, or pull over are legitimate law enforcement officers legally subject themselves to the discretion of any relevant law enforcement officer as to whether they were Fleeing & Eluding (evading).


(2) Penalties under this penal code violation:
Min: 20 days ((minutes)) jail time.
Max: 40 days ((minutes)) jail time.

(3) Any punishment issued pursuant to this provision of the penal code that exceeds the defined "minimum" requires:
(3a) The presence of a previous criminal history that involves the same (or very similar charges), or violent behavior towards others; or
(3b) That the person(s) violated the penal code while exhibiting malice or gross negligence; or
(3c) That the person(s) refused to comply with enforcement of the law in such a uncooperative manner as to have caused immeasurable suffering to the general public, or its property.

Law Enforcement Protection Amendment I
(4) No law enforcement officer or agency shall be subjected to tortuous, professional, or criminal liability for any action that was "reasonably necessary" and made in "good faith" to protect the public interest:
(4a) while in areas of low population, or while outside of popular townships; and
(4b) in situations whereby the public's interest had been endangered and was likely to be endangered again.


§405.000 Extortion
(1) The act of using unlawful force or unlawful threats to:
(1a) compel another to surrender money, property, or perform any action; or
(1b) force or threaten an authority figure to perform an official act; or
(1c) compel another, while using any official power or authority of any official organization, including that of the state itself, to surrender money or property or perform acts they would not otherwise be willing to perform.


(2) Penalties under this penal code violation:
Min: $10,000 paid to the victim, and/or 30 days ((minutes)) jail time.
Max: $20,000 paid to the victim, and/or 60 days ((minutes)) jail time, and/or dishonorable discharge from said position of authority (if applicable).

(3) Any punishment issued pursuant to this provision of the penal code that exceeds the defined "minimum" requires:
(3a) The presence of a previous criminal history that involves the same (or very similar charges), or violent behavior towards others; or
(3b) That the person(s) violated the penal code while exhibiting malice or gross negligence; or
(3c) That the person(s) refused to comply with enforcement of the law in such a uncooperative manner as to have caused immeasurable suffering to the general public, or its property.


§406.000 Impersonating A Public Servant
(1) The act of impersonating any law enforcing officer, federal agent, or any other government employee or official in their capacity as an employee of the state, or as any public servant. This includes performing actions of public servants while not actually being one (example: stopping a citizen in a vehicle of any sort, and demanding identification).


Deputies of the San Andreas County Sheriff's Office
Firefighters/paramedics from the San Andreas Fire Rescue Department.
Parole Officers, Clerks, Attorneys, or Judges from the San Andreas State Court.
Agents from the San Andreas Investigation Bureau.

(2) Penalties under this penal code violation:
Min: $5,000 Citation, 10 days ((minutes)) jail time.
Max: 45 days ((minutes)) jail time.

(3) Any punishment issued pursuant to this provision of the penal code that exceeds the defined "minimum" requires:
(3a) The presence of a previous criminal history that involves the same (or very similar charges), or violent behavior towards others; or
(3b) That the person(s) violated the penal code while exhibiting malice or gross negligence; or
(3c) That the person(s) refused to comply with enforcement of the law in such a uncooperative manner as to have caused immeasurable suffering to the general public, or its property.



§407.000 Sexual Assault
(1) The act of non-consensual touching of another person in an intimate or volatile way; usually for the purpose of attempting to stimulate said victims without any penetration or oral sexual acts.

(2) Penalties under this penal code violation:
Min: 15 days ((minutes)) jail time.
Max: 60 days ((minutes)) jail time.

Note: If the victim is a minor, then the total punishment increases by one half (50%).
Example: Sentence is 40 days ((minutes)) with a minor, it is then 60 days ((minutes)).

(3) Any punishment issued pursuant to this provision of the penal code that exceeds the defined "minimum" requires:
(3a) The presence of a previous criminal history that involves the same (or very similar charges), or violent behavior towards others; or
(3b) That the person(s) violated the penal code while exhibiting malice or gross negligence; or
(3c) That the person(s) refused to comply with enforcement of the law in such a uncooperative manner as to have caused immeasurable suffering to the general public, or its property.



§407.100 Rape
(1) The act of forcing another person into non-consensual acts of sex including oral sex, any type of penetration or sexual stimulation of another person.

(2) Penalties under this penal code violation:
Min: 30 days ((minutes)) jail time.
Max: 90 days ((minutes)) jail time.

Note: If the victim is a minor, then the total punishment increases by one half (50%).
Example: Sentence is 40 days ((minutes)) with a minor, it is then 60 days ((minutes)).

(3) Any punishment issued pursuant to this provision of the penal code that exceeds the defined "minimum" requires:
(3a) The presence of a previous criminal history that involves the same (or very similar charges), or violent behavior towards others; or
(3b) That the person(s) violated the penal code while exhibiting malice or gross negligence; or
(3c) That the person(s) refused to comply with enforcement of the law in such a uncooperative manner as to have caused immeasurable suffering to the general public, or its property.



§408.000 Stalking
The act of repeatedly following and/or harassing of another person while placing them in fear for his/her safety or in fear for the safety of his/her immediate family or associates.


(2) Penalties under this penal code violation:
Min: 10 days ((minutes)) jail time.
Max: 30 days ((minutes)) jail time.
Note: Victim must produce a reasonable explanation as to why they are in fear of their life to law enforcement upon reporting said defendant for stalking.


§409.000 Street Racing
The act of participating in, organizing, or sponsoring unsanctioned and illegal motor racing on public roads; including any kind of stop-light based racing, or drag racing on public roads.


(2) Penalties under this penal code violation:
Min: $10,000, and/or 15 days ((minutes)) jail time.
Max: $25,000, and/or 25 days ((minutes)) jail time.

(3) Any punishment issued pursuant to this provision of the penal code that exceeds the defined "minimum" requires:
(3a) The presence of a previous criminal history that involves the same (or very similar charges), or violent behavior towards others; or
(3b) That the person(s) violated the penal code while exhibiting malice or gross negligence; or
(3c) That the person(s) refused to comply with enforcement of the law in such a uncooperative manner as to have caused immeasurable suffering to the general public, or its property.


§410.000 Unlawful Discharge of A Firearm
The act of unlawfully firing a weapon without any reasonable and lawful explanation; whether licensed or unlicensed.


• Celebrating the 4th of July.
• Rural weddings.
• Targeted suppressing fire.

(2) Penalties under this penal code violation:
Min: $10,000, and/or 15 days ((minutes)) jail time and/or CWP suspension for 96 hours.Max: $25,000, and/or 25 days ((minutes)) jail time, and/or CWP revocation.
 
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San Andreas State Penal Code [Title V] - Controlled Substances & Narcotics

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CHAPTER 05 | Controlled Substances & Narcotics Misdemeanors
(( Rule 24))
(( This rule applies to all Cases in-question and under the jurisdiction of this penal code. No Law Enforcement Officer (LEO) is permitted, encouraged, or ordered to follow the provisions of this penal code if doing so will violate the server rules; which are supreme to any in-character regulations. ))


§501.000 Possession of Marijuana Over the Legal Limit
(1) The act of possessing, handling, owning, or otherwise facilitating the maintenance of marijuana without a permit, in any amount of more than
(1a) five (5) grams on one's persons, or in their vehicle, or as a sum among both at any given time; or
(1b) in any amount exceeding twenty (20) grams in, at, or within a person's domicile, residence, and/or property/properties; or
(1c) in any amount whereby the total amount of marijuana possessed by a person, among their vehicles, persons, and property/properties, exceeds twenty grams and the person is not otherwise permitted by law to possess such contents.


(2) Any person found to be in legal, and valid possession of a Cannabis Dispensary Permit (CDP) is hereby authorized to maintain possession of cannabis:
(2a) in the amount of 50 grams, in sum, among their persons and within the contents of their vehicle; and/or
(2b) in the amount of 200 grams in sum among all of their respective properties; and/or
(2c) in the amount of no more than 250 grams among all of their respective properties, persons, and vehicles.

(3) Any individual under the legal age of twenty-one (21) years old found to be in possession of marijuana, in any respect, is in violation of the provision of this section of this code and shall be subjected to:
(3a) A civil fine of $1,000 per gram.
(3b) Confiscation of all quantities of marijuana and any other illicit substances.
(3c) 1 day ((minute)) in a juvenile detention center per gram of marijuana if the officer(s) of arrest deem it necessary.

(4) Penalties under this penal code violation:
Min: $100 per gram possessed in excess of the amount, and confiscation of all marijuana in the immediate vicinity of the officer(s); this does not constitute as a search warrant for properties which are not reasonably close and readily accessible.
Max: $500 per gram possessed in excess of the amount, 2 days ((minutes)) per gram of weed in the total amount in jail, and confiscation of all marijuana in the immediate vicinity of the officer(s); this does not constitute as a search warrant for properties or vehicles which are not reasonably close and readily accessible.

(5) Any punishment issued pursuant to this provision of the penal code that exceeds the defined "minimum" requires:
(5a) The presence of a previous criminal history that involves the same (or very similar charges), or violent behavior towards others; or
(5b) That the person(s) violated the penal code while exhibiting malice or gross negligence; or
(5c) That the person(s) refused to comply with enforcement of the law in such a uncooperative manner as to have caused immeasurable suffering to the general public, or its property.



§502.000 Possession of Cocaine
(1) The act of possessing, handling, owning, or otherwise facilitating the maintenance of cocaine in any amount.

(2) Penalties under this penal code violation:
Min: $500 per gram possessed, 2 days ((minutes)) per gram, and confiscation of all cocaine in the immediate vicinity of the officer(s); this does not constitute as a search warrant for properties or vehicles which are not reasonably close and readily accessible.
Max: $1,000 per gram , 4 days ((minutes)) per gram, and confiscation of all cocaine in the immediate vicinity of the officer(s); this does not constitute as a search warrant for properties which are not reasonably close and readily accessible.

(3) Any punishment issued pursuant to this provision of the penal code that exceeds the defined "minimum" requires:
(3a) The presence of a previous criminal history that involves the same (or very similar charges), or violent behavior towards others; or
(3b) That the person(s) violated the penal code while exhibiting malice or gross negligence; or
(3c) That the person(s) refused to comply with enforcement of the law in such a uncooperative manner as to have caused immeasurable suffering to the general public, or its property.



§503.000 Possession of Moonshine
(1) The act of possessing, handling, owning, or otherwise facilitating the maintenance of moonshine in any amount.

(2) Penalties under this penal code violation:
Min: $500 per liter possessed, and confiscation of all moonshine in the immediate vicinity of the officer(s); this does not constitute as a search warrant for properties or vehicles which are not reasonably close and readily accessible.
Max: $1,000 per liter, 2 days ((minutes)) per liter , and confiscation of all moonshine in the immediate vicinity of the officer(s); this does not constitute as a search warrant for properties which are not reasonably close and readily accessible.

(3) Any punishment issued pursuant to this provision of the penal code that exceeds the defined "minimum" requires:
(3a) The presence of a previous criminal history that involves the same (or very similar charges), or violent behavior towards others; or
(3b) That the person(s) violated the penal code while exhibiting malice or gross negligence; or
(3c) That the person(s) refused to comply with enforcement of the law in such a uncooperative manner as to have caused immeasurable suffering to the general public, or its property.



 

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Added "Tailgating" as it's own individual charge. (Daniels)
 

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Added the Law Enforcement Protection Amendment I to §404.000 (Evading)
  • - Protects Law Enforcement from liability when taking reasonable measures to stop an evading vehicle while outside of townships.
    - Protects the agency from "vicarious liability" doctrine: Respondeat Superior
    - Created with the purpose of allowing Law Enforcement to take "reasonable" (as interpreted by the Court) measures against suspects who are evading and have satisfied both of the elements of the crime (4a) and (4b).
Law Enforcement Protection Amendment I said:
(4) No law enforcement officer or agency shall be subjected to tortuous, professional, or criminal liability for any action that was "reasonably necessary" and made in "good faith" to protect the public interest:
(4a) while in areas of low population, or while outside of popular townships; and
(4b) in situations whereby the public's interest had been endangered and was likely to be endangered again.
 

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For clarification, § 411 was moved to become a misdemeanor (by default). However, if any penalty resulting in the application of a punishment greater than the statutory minimum is applied, the charge shall be upgraded to the status of a Class B Felony. The statute is now § 240, and has been renamed to exclude the use of an acronym.
 
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