San Andreas State Law

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San Andreas State Law
« on: April 28, 2020, 02:58:54 AM »
These charges are warrants which can be issued to a suspect for their activities:

Felony crimes: The police officer will only arrest the suspect for such crimes. The police officer will charge the suspect will be charged for a minimum of fifteen(15) minutes per felony crime the suspect committed.

Illegal Parking: Parking your vehicle on the road, sidewalk, government property, or in an area not designated for parking. The officer will issue a ticket of up to $250 and one point onto the driver's record.

Illegal Shortcut: Driving through an area off road or illegal to drive through in an attempt to avoid traffic, such as a gas station, or a fast food store. The officer will issue a ticket for $250 and one point onto the driver's record.

Speeding: Self-explanatory; driving over the designated speed limit. The officer will issue a ticket for $500 and one point onto the driver's record.

Illegal Usage of Hydraulics: Also pretty self explanatory; using hydraulics on a public road. The officer will issue a $500 ticket and one point onto the driver's record.

Reckless Driving: Also pretty self-explanatory; driving recklessly, possibly harming other civilians. The officer will issue a ticket of $750 and two points onto the driver's record.

Affray: Two or more persons fighting in a public area. The officer will issue a ticket for $1000.

Misuse of the 911 Call: Calling 911 to contact a officer personally, random gibberish, or anything that doesn't pertain to a crime being committed. The officer will issue a ticket for $2000.

Indecent Exposure: Public nudity, urination, "Flashing." The officer will issue a charge for 15 minutes.

Trespassing on Government Property/Private Property: Trespassing on ones property without prior consent. The officer will issue a charge for 15 minutes.

Driving Under the Influence:Driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol. The officer will issue a charge for 15 minutes.

Obstruction of Justice: Interfering with a law enforcement officer in the line of duty. The officer will issue a charge for 15 minutes.

Hit and Run: Hitting someone or something with your vehicle and leaving the scene of the accident. The officer will issue a charge for 15 minutes.

Prostitution:
Exchanging sexual acts for something of value. The officer will issue a charge for 15 minutes.

Sexual Assault: Touching someone inappropriately without their permission; forcing sexual acts upon another person. The officer will issue a charge for 15 minutes.

Bribery: Attempting to bribe a law enforcement official in an attempt to release himself and or other suspect. The officer will issue a charge for 15 minutes.

Assault:
Any sort of physical attack on another person which was intended to hurt said person. This charge consists of a threat of harm accompanied by an apparent, present ability to carry out the threat. The officer will issue a charge for 20 minutes. Note: If the suspect assaulted the victim with any sort of weapon, issue a charge for 30 minutes for Armed Assault.

Battery: Any harmful or offensive touching of a person. The officer will issue a charge for 20 minutes.

Unlawful Discharge of a Firearm: Shooting a firearm in public when unauthorized to do so. The officer will issue a charge for 20 minutes. The officer will also confiscate the firearm.

Public Endangerment: Endangering the public by any means such as: Reckless driving, discharging a firearm, or committing affray. The officer will issue a charge for 20 minutes.

Possession of Illegal Narcotics: Possessing drugs that aren't considered legal by the Government. The officer will issue a charge for 20 minutes. The officer will also confiscate the narcotics from the possession of the suspect.

Aiding and Abetting: Participating in the commission of a crime. The officer will issue a charge for 20 minutes.

Grand Theft Auto: Theft or attempted theft of a vehicle. The officer will issue a charge for 20 minutes.

Trafficking: The sale or trade of illegal or in-humane items; materials, firearms, narcotics, humans. The officer will issue a charge for 20 minutes and confiscate said items.

Resisting Arrest: Resisting arrest by any means necessary. The officer will issue a charge for 20 minutes.

Failure to Comply: Failing to comply with direct orders from a law enforcement officer. The officer will issue a charge for 20 minutes.

Evasion: Fleeing from a law enforcement officer via any means. The officer will issue a charge for 20 minutes.

Kidnapping: Taking someone against their will. The officer will issue a charge for 25 minutes.

Possession of illegal Firearm(s): Possessing firearms that aren't consider legal by the Government. The officer will issue a charge for 25 minutes. The officer will also confiscate the gun(s) from the possession of the suspect.

Extortion: Acquiring money, property, or services by use of intimidation or other acts of violence. The officer will issue a charge for 30 minutes.

Hostage Taking:
Taking hostages in an attempt to get something in return for their safety/lives. The officer will issue a charge for 30 minutes.

Domestic Terrorism: Any act that attempts to overthrow government, start an anarchy, or any attempt to 'terrorize' on a large scale. The officer will issue a charge for 30 minutes.

Robbery
: The theft of some item. The officer will issue a charge for 30 minutes. Note: If the suspect was armed while he committed this crime, charge him for 45 minutes for armed robbery instead.

Attempted Murder: Attempting to take the life of another person. The officer will issue a charge for 45 minutes.

Attempted Murder of a LEO: Attempting to murder a LEO will result in double Attempted Murder's time, which is 90 minutes.

Murder: Taking the life of a another person. The officer will issue a charge for 70 minutes.