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San Andreas State Penal Code | Rv. 2020 - ACTIVE
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PREAMBLE OF LAWS:
INDEX OF LAWS:
CHAPTER OF LAWS:

San Andreas State Penal Code | Rv. 2020 Laws:
PC: CHAPTER 1 - TRAFFIC RELATED (1.1 - 1.18)
PC: CHAPTER 2 - CRIME AGAINST CITIZENS (2.1 - 2.18)
PC: CHAPTER 3 - CRIME AGAINST PROPERTIES (3.1 - 3.11)
PC: CHAPTER 4 - CRIME AGAINST PUBLIC DECENCY (4.1 - 4.10)
PC: CHAPTER 5 - CRIME AGAINST STATE (5.1 - 5.11)
PC: CHAPTER 6 - FIREARMS AND EXPLOSIVES (6.1 - 6.5)
PC: CHAPTER 7 - NARCOTICS LAWS (7.1 - 7.6)


PREAMBLE:
Laws Purpose:
Generation of an official document to ensure safety of the citizens of the state of San Andreas and their rights which dictates the penalties for the criminal activities in an uniformly transparent manner. Any Law Enforcement Agency operating within the state boundaries must follow these guidelines while imprisoning a state citizen, regardless of their jurisdiction and whether they answer to city administration or not. Failure to abide this may result in a removal from their current position.

Laws Guideline to Usage:
The Penal Code allows Law Enforcement Agencies to sentence people from 1 day in federal prison to 100 years being the maximum time depending on it's crime.
Whenever a suspect is issued prison statement, it's encouraged that statement is clear and is quoted out of Penal Code or at least carries the key word that which exact portion of this document was used in reference.
In the case when multiple charges are applicable, it will be allowed but the prison sentence must not exceed the total of 100 years in any case.
Every statement will have an allowable limit of jail sentence, out of which Law Enforcement Officer shall determine the suitable time period for your crime as every crime can be different in means of severity. (I.E. Possession of Illegal Firearm can be punishable from upto 5 years to 10 years, The Law Enforcement Officer must decide within that timeframe. However it is must to keep the statement within the applicable boundaries.

Laws Definitions:

PERSON: Refers to a living human being within the state of San Andreas.
CITIZEN: Any individual who is not a 'peace officer' or from a law enforcement agency.
PEACE OFFICER/LEO: Someone who represents a law enforcement agency and carries a badge in the name of the law. They're the ones required to enforce the law and the Penal Code itself.
ATTEMPT TO: Suspect captured during events of pre-mature crime, or if failed in performing the crime while having intentions to do so falls under this prefix. The end statement remains same as for original crime.
ACCESSORY TO: Suspect who aided, advised or abetted another suspect in any way in performing or attempting to perform a crime or post-crime harbouring fugitive, destroying evidence, forging fake witness statements etc falls under this prefix. The end statement is half of the originally committed crime.
CONSPIRE TO: Suspect who were part of planning of a crime or who directly or indirectly affiliated themselves with decision making of the approval of the crime by ordering/hiring people falls under this prefix. The end statement remains same as originally committed crime.

Laws Other Determinants:

CRIME AGAINST GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES: Any person working for/with Government of the State including but not limited to Law Enforcement Agents, Government Workers, Council Members, Contracted Workers etc are considered as Government Employees.
Any crime committed against such shall automatically be worth of maximum allowable sentence mentioned in Penal Code. No exceptions shall be made regarding this case whatsoever.

Laws Authority Compliance:

Law Enforcement and other Judicial Authorities may reduce the sentence of a suspect for co-operation, if a mutual agreement is achieved between the suspect and the authority body. This maybe as a reward for the suspect for doing the right thing by providing necessary intelligence to Law Enforcement, turning state witness etc. This shall be authorized by the higher ranking personnel of the specific law enforcement agency.
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CHAPTER 1 : Traffic Related Laws.
1.1) Driving a vehicle without a Driver's License:-
- A Valid Driver's License obtained via DMV/Licensing Department is a must in order to operate any sort of motor-vehicle in the state boundaries.
- The License must be in your immediate possession while operating a motor vehicle, and is to be shown whenever required by a Law Enforcement Officer.
- If the license is not available and is at home or elsewhere (not in immediate possession), the fine shall still be issued regardless.
It is considered as misdemeanor, is punishable by $5,000 fine and 5 months in Federal Prison.
1.2) Excessive Speeding :-
- Maximum allowable Speed for a motor vehicle within City Area is 100 KPH.
- Maximum allowable Speed for a motor vehicle within Rural Area is 130 KPH.
- Maximum allowable Speed for a motor vehicle on a four-lanes or more freeway is 170 KPH.
- Violating either of these speed limits will consider your vehicle to be speeding.
It is considered as traffic violation, is punishable by $10,000 fine and/or revocation of Driver's License.
1.3) Yield Law Violation :-
- Yield Violations include variety of different misc traffic violations.
- Failing to respect emergency lights and sirens and clear path for public service vehicles such as Ambulance, Fire Trucks, Law Enforcement Vehicles, Government Vehicles etc.
- Changing lanes recklessly or occupying more than a single lane, making "U" turns illegally.
- Failing to give Right of the way.
- Using neons and any other illegal modifications in the vehicle.
- Failing to give priority to pedestrians.
- You must stop behind the line at a junction/intersection with a solid white line across the road. Wait for a safe gap in the traffic before you move off.
It is considered as traffic violation, is punishable by $10,000 to $35,000 fine and/or removal of the Driver's license.
1.4) Parking Laws :-
- Parking a Vehicle in No Parking Zones is strictly prohibited. These zones include reserved spots for Government Departments including Law Enforcement Agencies, Entry-Exit gates of their buildings, and Police's Head-quarter's restricted parking area.
- When parking a vehicle where no reasonable safe parking zones/spaces are assigned, you are expected to park your vehicle 2 wheels on the sidewalk, 2 wheels on the road. The 2 wheels on the road should be no closer than 3 feet from the sidewalk, and no farther than 5 feet away.
- Motor cycles should have both wheels on the sidewalk, to the farthest safe right as possible, not blocking the sidewalk or hindering foot traffic.
- Your vehicle should in no way be problem to either the vehicles passing by on the road or the pedestrians traversing on the sidewalk.
- In case of an aerial vehicle, it must not land/park on a public road but should rather prefer helipads, airports, rooftops or open grounds on private properties.
- The vehicle parked on a private property is the owner's decision whether it's illegal or not- if reported it shall be ticketed.
- The vehicles may not block access of road/alleyways/garage lots/parking lots/other properties entrance/exits.
It is considered as traffic violation, is punishable by $5,000 to $15,000 fine and/or removal of the Driver's License.
1.5) Reckless Driving :-
- Driving in wrong lane
- Driving with poor control.
- Driving on sidewalk without pedestrians being present
- Careless behavior towards traffic safety rules
It is considered as traffic violation, is punishable by $5,000 to $15,000 fine and/or removal of the Driver's license.
1.6) Vehicular Condition, Pollution, Capacity Laws :-
- Vehicle must always be going through regular inspection and be in operating condition. No smoke must be visibly leaving your engine unless on the way to repair depot. The vehicle lights must be functional and the vehicle wind-shield must be kept clean at all times.
- Vehicle emission should be well within allowable manufactured limits that does not harm environment. Vehicle must not possess any custom loud horns that makes higher db sound than allowable manufactured limits. Constant unnecessary honking, use of sirens will also fall under this law.
- Vehicle capacities are expected to be as shown. All vehicles should not have more than the allowed and set standard of occupants. The amount of seats on/in the bike/car should not be below the amount of occupants. For example motorbikes/mopeds can have upto maximum of 2 occupants, a two door car can have upto 2 occupants, a four door car can have upto 4 occupants and heavy vehicles like SUV, Pick ups, Trucks, Utility Vehicles, where a trunk space is available, are allowed to have up to 7 occupants.
It is considered as traffic violation, is punishable by $3,000 to $5,000 fine.
1.7) Vehicular Endangerment :-
- Operating a motorvehicle in such a manner that endangers others' lives with or without intentions.
- This includes driving vehicles into crowded sidewalks, plazas, public gatherings, parades etc.
- If anyone is actually hurt or faces loss of life, then voluntary manslaughter charges are also added increasing prison statement accordingly.
- Hit and Run is considered as Vehicular Endangerment.
It is considered as misdemeanor, is punishable by $10,000 fine and 10 months in Federal Prison. Driver's license revocation is MUST.
1.8) Operating Unregistered Motor Vehicle :-
- All the vehicles operating within State Boundaries must be registered with a visible affixed plate.
It is considered as traffic violation, is punishable by $10,000 fine and/or revocation of Driver's license.
1.9) Illegal Racing :-
- Any sort of organization, participation, encouragement to illegal racing including drag, drift, street racing or what-so-ever on public roads and infrastructure such as airports, parking lots etc is strictly prohibited.
- Racing within privately owned parking lots, race tracks are allowed. If public race is required to be hosting- prior permission from Government and Law Enforcement is necessary.
It is considered as misdemeanor, is punishable by $10,000 fine and 10 months in Federal Prison and revocation of Driver's license.
1.10) Felony Evasion :-
- Trying to evade a Law Enforcement Officer by means of ground/naval/aerial vehicle.
It is considered as misdemeanor, is punishable by $10,000 fine and 15 months in Federal Prison and revocation of Driver's license.
1.11) Driving Under Influence :-
- Operating any vehicle or heavy machinery while under influence of Alcohol or narcotics substances that has consciousness altering effects is strictly illegal and is considered the violation of this law.
It is considered as felony, is punishable by $10,000 fine and 15 months in Federal Prison and/or revocation of Driver's license.
1.12) Violation of Restricted Airspace :-
- Any attempts of violating restricted airspace is strictly prohibited.
- After warning, San Andreas Police Department will most likely take down your aircraft.
It is considered as felony, is punishable by 10 years in Federal Prison.
1.13) Jaywalking :-
- Any pedestrian crossing the road recklessly and disturbing the traffic shall be considered as Jaywalking as it might lead to severe road accident.
It is considered as traffic violation, is punishable by $5,000 fine.
1.14) Oversized vehicles :-
- Oversized vehicles occupying more than one lane are not permitted on roads with less than 2 lanes going in either direction.
It is considered as a traffic violation, and is punishable by $5.000 fine.
1.15) Motorcyclists and Helmets :-
- Any individual operating or taking the place as a passenger when riding on a motorcycle, motor-driven cycle, or motorized bicycle, under the age of 18 must wear a helmet that meets the minimum requirements for the DoT regulation.
- It is unlawful to ride on a motorcycle as a driver and/or passenger, without a helmet if the individual is a 'minor'
It is considered a traffic violation and is punishable by $5,000 fine.

If you're above the age of 18, you're allowed to drive or ride in a motorcycle without a helmet but you need to be responsible for your own actions. The Government of San Andreas will not be held responsible for your actions here.
1.16) - Usage of Mobile Phones While Driving :-
- Any individual operating a vehicle while using a mobile phone.
It is considered a traffic violation and is punishable by $2,000 fine.
1.17) Tailgating Law Enforcement Officers :-
- Continuously Tailgating Law Enforcement Officers.
It is considered as misdemeanor, is punishable by $10,000 fine.
1.18) Vehicular noise pollution :-
- Using a vehicle horn excessively without a valid reason.
- A valid reason would be in cases of emergency (incoming vehicle is about to hit you)
It is considered as misdemeanor, is punishable by $1,000 fine to $5.000 fine

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CHAPTER 2 : Crime Against Citizens Laws.
2.1) Intimidation and Threats :-
- Attempting to intimidate another citizen or threaten him is against the law regardless done with or without (legal) weapon but without any physical harm.
It is considered as misdemeanor, is punishable by $10,000 fine or 5 months in Federal Prison.
2.2) Assault Battery :-
- Placing another citizen at imminent risk of being physically harmed by offensive contact.
It is considered as misdemeanor, is punishable by $10,000 fine and 5 months in Federal Prison.
2.3) Aggravated Assault with Deadly Weapon :-
- Placing another citizen at imminent risk of being seriously physically harmed by offensive contact with or without use of deadly weapon such as a blade, a sword, a baseball bat etc.
It is considered as felony, is punishable by $10,000 fine and 10 months in Federal Prison.
2.4) Sexual Assault :-
- Any attempts of bringing harm to a citizen sexually with intentions of sexual arousal or abuse is considered as Sexual Assault. If consent is not present in the case, it's to be judged as a Rape or Attempted Rape.
It is considered as felony, is punishable by $10,000 fine and 10 months in Federal Prison.
2.5) Rape :-
- Rape is forceful engagement of a citizen in sexual intercourse without consent.
It is considered as felony, is punishable by $15,000 fine and 20 years in Federal Prison.
2.6) Statutory, Marital Rape :-
- Statutory Rape is defined as unlawful engagement in sexual intercourse with a minor, age below 16 regardless of consent as they're not of legal age to give out the consent. You will be registered as a sex offender.
- Marital Rape is defined as forceful engagement in sexual intercourse with your partner, despite their failed to provide consent for that particular instance.
It is considered as felony, is punishable by $20,000 fine and 20 years in Federal Prison.
2.7) Stalking :-
- Following an individual around without their consent by anyone or a valid warrant as Law Enforcement Officer is illegal.
It is considered as felony, is punishable by $10,000 fine and 5 months in Federal Prison.
2.8) Torture :-
- Any attempts of causing extreme pain to someone for whatever reasons.
- If victim dies during post-treatment, it is to be considered as a murder and charges are to be applied in accordance.
It is considered as felony, is punishable by $15,000 fine and 20 months in Federal Prison.
2.9) Animal Cruelty :-
- Attempt of causing extreme pain to animals by intentionally maiming, mutilating, torturing, wounding, or killing.
- If the animal is owned by someone, dubbed as a pet then this will be also considered as a case of theft and charges shall be placed accordingly.
- If an owner of an animal, dubbed as a pet fails to take proper care of basic needs of the animal, it also falls under this law.
It is considered as felony, is punishable by $20,000 fine and 5 to 10 months in Federal Prison.
2.10) Child or Elderly Abuse :-
- Any children below age of 18, and any senior citizen having a guardian responsible for them falls under this category.
- Any attempt of bringing them harm physically, sexually, psychologically via inhumane and cruel ways that may leave them in severe post-trauma.
It is considered as felony, is punishable by $10,000 fine and 10 to 20 months in Federal Prison.

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

2.12) Kidnapping :-
- Holding someone against their wills, with or without usage of restraints, with or without intentions to get ransom is considered as Kidnapping.
It is considered as felony, is punishable by $20,000 fine and 20 years in Federal Prison.
2.13) Manslaughter :-
- Causing death of a citizen without intentions, or accidentally.
- The citizen is to be steered clear of the charges if the cause was acting in self defence/of a loved one, Private Defence as a Guard, Under Castle Doctrine to prevent trespassing that could bring immediate harm etc. If situation is not proven clearly, then the suspect maybe held responsible for manslaughter with reduced punishment.
It is considered as felony, is punishable by $20,000 fine and 5 years in Federal Prison.
2.14) Attempted Murder :-
- Assaulting someone to cause him severe bodily harm, with intentions of murdering the citizen through premeditated actions.
It is considered as felony, is punishable by $30,000 to $50,000 fine, 20 to 25 years in Federal Prison.
2.15) Attempted Murder of a LEO
Assaulting a Law Enforcement Officer to cause him/her severe bodily harm, with intentions of murdering the Law Enforcement Officer through premeditated actions.
It is considered as felony, is punishable by $30,000 to $50,000 fine, 25 to 30 years in Federal Prison.

2.16) Murder :-
- Unlawful murdering a citizen through premeditated actions.
It is considered as felony, is punishable by $30,000 to $50,000 fine and 30 years in Federal Prison.
2.17) Murder of a LEO
Unlawful murdering a Law Enforcement Officer through premeditated actions.
It is considered as felony, is punishable by $30,000 to $50,000 fine and 30 years in Federal Prison.
2.18) Unauthorized Spying/Breach of Privacy :-
- Any use of recording/tracing devices to trace a phone number, wiretape a phone, planting of a bug, putting on a wire, CCTV camera etc is illegal if done without consent of the person being tracked. It's a direct breach of privacy.
- It is also illegal for Law Enforcement Officer, however exceptional cases may allow them special privileges with necessary warrants to battle organized crime.

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CHAPTER 3 : Crime Against Properties Laws.
3.1) Trespassing :-
- Unlawful entering of a private property without permission from the owner or the responsible individual.
- Trespassing is only applicable only for the private portions of a public property open for all. (I.E. A nightclub open for business can not be considered as trespassing, but the private areas such as back offices can.)
- This law also is applied to Law Enforcement Officers without a warrant unless there happens to be a probable cause. The Law Enforcement Officers are exempt of this law if they're in an active pursuit. (Hot pursuit). They may access any property, and any area while a pursuit without it being considered as trespassing.
It is considered as misdemeanor, is punishable by 10 months in Federal Prison.
3.2) Trespassing of a Government Facility :-
- Trespassing of a Restricted Facility owned by Government with or without intentions of committing other felonies.
- This includes but isn't limited to SAPD Garage, SAPD Restricted Offices e.t.c.
It is considered as felony, is punishable by 15 to 20 years in Federal Prison.

3.3) Burglary :-
- Unlawful process of breaking into a residential property and looting belongings of the owner.
It is considered as misdemeanor, is punishable by recovery of the stolen money or $15,000 fine and 10 months in Federal Prison.
3.4) Grand Theft Auto :-
- Unlawful breaking in and commandeering of a vehicle without owner's permission or otherwise.
It is considered as misdemeanor, is punishable by $10,000 and 5 months in Federal Prison.
3.5) Possession of Burglary/Safe Cracking/Vehicle Opening Tools :-
- Possession of any tools/items/toolkit that may be used in attempts of breaking into any locks of a property, safe, vehicle etc.
It is considered as misdemeanor, is punishable by 5 months in Federal Prison.
3.6) Grand Larceny of a Commercial Property :-
- Breaking in a commercial property with intentions of looting its contents whether it be money or the components.
It is considered as felony, is punishable by 15 years in Federal Prison.
3.7) (Un)Armed Robbery :-
- Robbing a citizen of their their belongings against their will, with or without threat and weapons.
It is considered as felony, is punishable by Recovery of stolen goods or $20,000 fine and 5 years in Federal Prison.

3.8) Petty Theft :-
- Robbing/Stealing from a citizen in amount less than $10,000 is considered as Petty Theft. Mostly pickpocketing.
It is considered as misdemeanor, is punishable by 5 months in Federal Prison.
3.9) Extortion :-
- Attempt of forcefully making a citizen pay a sum of money, services, property and so on.
- This could have been done by blackmailing or intimidation.
- It is also classed as extortion to force a citizen accept your services against their will.
It is considered as felony, is punishable by Recovery of extorted goods or $20,000 fine and 10 years in Federal Prison.
3.10) Arson :-
- Trying to purposefully burn down a building or a structure, forest land or property by whatever means of fuel, improvised explosive devices, bombs etc.
It is considered as felony, is punishable by Recovery of damage caused or $30,000 fine and 10 years in Federal Prison.
3.11) Vandalism of Private Owned Properties :-
- When a person destroys or defaces someone else's property without permission. Effects of vandalism may include broken windows, graffiti, damage to vehicles, and even damage or destruction of a person's website.
It is considered as misdemeanor, is punishable by Recovery of damages caused or $30,000 fine, 5 to 10 months in Federal Prison.

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CHAPTER 4 : Crime Against Public Decency Laws.
4.1) Loitering :-
- Spitting, Tossing items/wastage on the street.
It is considered as misdemeanor, is punishable by $5,000 fine or 5 days in Police Holdup.
4.2) Lewd Behavior in Public :-
- (Soliciting to) engage in sexual activities or activities of suggestive themes in public that could place people in uncomfortable position and might be unsuitable for minors with or without consent of your partner.
- This includes use of foul language in public and being under influence in public.
It is considered as misdemeanor, is punishable by $6,000 fine or upto 5 day in Police Holdup.
4.3) Indecent Exposure :-
- Exposure of private parts in a public place on purpose.
It is considered as misdemeanor, is punishable by $5,000 fine or upto 5 day in Police Holdup.
4.4) Vandalism of Public Properties :-
- Any attempts of bringing damage to any public infrastructures and Government owned buildings including law enforcement, pubic infrastructures and vehicles. Graffiti on public infrastructure, any cyber attacks on Government websites included.
It is considered as felony, is punishable by Recovery of damages caused or $30,000 fine, 10 to 15 months in Federal Prison.
4.5) Disturbing Public Peace :-
- Attempts of provoking a reaction from people via means of provocative signs, signals, verbal/written/audio/video content in person/social media etc on public or private platforms.
- This includes but is not limited to any attempts of creating aggression in people by targeting political beliefs, religious beliefs, moral beliefs etc.
It is considered as misdemeanor, is punishable by $20,000 fine or upto 5 months in Federal Prison.
4.6) Unlawful Assembly :-
- Attempts of gathering for whatever reasons and agendas of protesting in public without prior agreement from Government notifying them of amount of people gathering, your agenda of protest and necessary security forces to be deployed for security.
- Failure to keeping the protest peaceful and honor terms set with Government in an approved assembly may be declared unlawful assembly after several warnings by Police or the Government.
It is considered as misdemeanor, is punishable by $10,000 fine or upto 5 months in Federal Prison.
4.7) Incitement of Riot :-
- Deliberate agitation of igniting a riot following acts of violence, civil unrest, mayhem by destruction of properties and so on via a gathered crowd.
It is considered as felony, is punishable by $10,000 fine and 5 months in Federal Prison.
4.7) Vigilantism :-
- Any attempts of taking law in your own hand, making civilians arrests, attempt of enforcing law as per their understanding of right and wrong.
It is considered as felony, is punishable by 5 months in Federal Prison.
4.8) Unlicensed Prostitution :-
- Attempts of running prostitution activities or affiliating with them without valid permission from the Government.
It is considered as felony, is punishable by 10 months to Federal Prison.
4.9) Terrorism :-
- Any attempts of using systematic threats or actions against people in order to generate fear for political, financial or religion agendas and benefits.
It is considered as felony, is punishable by 10 to 20 years in Federal Prison.
4.10) Cyber Crimes, Advertisement Regulations :-
- Posting/Sharing any violent gore material on internet/advertisement.
- Posting/Sharing pornographic content on parts of internet/advertisement which is accessible by Minors.
- Participating in any fraudulent/scam activities on internet/advertisement.
- Posting/Sharing information offering, soliciting illegal items, services etc directly or indirectly on internet/advertisement.
It is considered as felony, is punishable by 5 months in Federal Prison.

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CHAPTER 5 : Crime Against State Laws.
5.1) Failure to Identify :-
- Failing to provide with valid identification documents upon asked for identification by a Law Enforcement Officer
- Failing to take off any item, accessory or apparel including but not limited to masks, apparatus, bandana or any other sort of equipment that fails to provide clear view of your facial region upon verification of your identification by Law Enforcement Officer.
It is considered as misdemeanor, is punishable by $50,000 fine or 5 days in Police Holdup.
5.2) Failure to pay a Fine :-
- Failing to pay the necessary fines when possibility of vehicle impounding is not present.
It is considered as misdemeanor, is punishable by 5 weeks in Federal Prison.
5.3) Abuse of Public Hotlines :-
- Abuse of any Government hotlines available for people for emergency purposes. I.E. 911 Helpline.
It is considered as misdemeanor, is punishable by $10,000 fine and upto 5 weeks in Federal Prison.
5.4) Filing a Fake Report/Complaint :-
- Lying or providing fake information in a complaint or report in person or over hotline to Law Enforcement Officers.
It is considered as misdemeanor, is punishable by $10,000 fine and upto 5 weeks in Federal Prison.
5.5) Misleading Authorities/Withholding Information/Perjury:-
- Misleading authority figures when being inquired, providing wrong information or withholding information from Law Enforcement and otherwise competent authorities.
It is considered as felony, is punishable by upto 5 months in Federal Prison.
5.5.1) Obstruction of Justice :-
- Act of disobeying a lawful order given by any city, state, or federal peace officer during the execution of their duties. This includes but is not limited to: zoned areas, crowd control, detentions, and arrests.
-- Any zoned areas must be identifiable by a marker or barrier in which has been closed to public access (This includes a correctly placed vehicle.)
It is considered as misdemeanor, is punishable by $5,000 fine OR 5 months in jail.

5.6) Escape/Aiding to Escape :-
- Act of escaping Law Enforcement's custody after once detained, arrested, jailed regardless of suspects' location.
It is considered as felony, is punishable by upto 5 years in Federal Prison.
5.6.1) Resisting Arrest :-
- Act of actively resisting or avoiding in any way the custody of ones person under the lawful order of a peace officer to comply.
-- In order to charge a resisting suspect with resisting arrest defined under this section, they must be made known prior that they are under arrest.
It is considered as felony, is punishable by $10,000 fine AND 5 years in jail.
5.7) Bribery :-
- Act of giving/accepting gifts in means of monetary items, properties etc to an official employed by Government in Law Enforcement and Non-Law Enforcement field both for personal gains.
It is considered as felony, is punishable by upto 5 years in Federal Prison.
5.8) Corruption :-
- Act of using power provided by Government for holding a position in public service sectors in own personal gain.
- This includes abusing your authority in order to harass or benefit anyone unfairly, includes failing to follow constitution, fixing ticket prices, misuse of government properties and authorities, theft of confiscated goods, misuse of force, planting evidence, treason, framing etc.
- Includes any action that is out of public good, justice and Government interests. Includes failing to remain just and vigilant as Law Enforcement Officer.
It is considered as felony, is punishable by 10 to 20 years in Federal Prison and immediate discharge from position held.
5.9) Impersonation of Government Employee :-
- The impersonation of any Law Enforcement officer or Government Official through the means of personal gain, harm, or hindering the freedom of others.
It is considered as felony, is punishable by 10 months in Federal Prison.
5.10) Vote Pandering and Misc Frauds :-
- Any attempts of influencing the outcome of elections by influencing voters via intimidation, money or any other illicit and unethical manners. This law includes on duty Government officials of all departments including Law Enforcement Officers. They are not allowed to utilize any of their on duty resources or position of authority to influence voters.
It is considered as felony, is punishable by immediate discharge from the position held, fine of $15,000 and possible disqualification from the elections if deemed necessary by Election Committee.
5.11) Counterfeiting of Documents/Currency :-
- Being in possession of any counterfeit official documents (I.E. License, Passport) or currency.
- Being directly involved in buying, selling, soliciting same.
It is considered as felony, is punishable by $5,000 fine and 5 to 10 years in Federal Prison.

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CHAPTER 6 : Firearms and Explosives Laws.
6.1) Possession of Illegal Firearm :-
- Possession of any sort of firearm is illegal without a valid weapons license.
It is considered as felony, is punishable by 5 months in Federal Prison.
6.2) Brandishing of Firearms :-
- Carrying a firearm in public, pointing it or waving it. You're allowed to carry ammunation's wepons in public with a valid weapons license however, they must remain concealed. Any attempts of creating unrest by waving an actual firearm, or replica or any such item that could implicate it to be a real firearm is considered as brandishing of a firearm.
- Carrying handguns outside your vehicle in public is allowed, however, must be left back into vehicle upon/if instructed by Law Enforcement Officer.
It is considered as felony, is punishable by upto 5 months in Federal Prison.
6.3) Trade of Legal Firearm :-
- Abusing the firearms license by selling/trading pre-owned legal firearm to a third party licensed or non-licensed shall be considered as violation of the terms.
- Once purchased, the firearm shall be complete liability of the license holder and any investigation shall hold license holder responsible if the weapon is found used in a crime.
It is considered as felony, is punishable by upto 5 years in Federal Prison and removal of weapons license.
6.4) Misuse of Legal Firearm :-
- Only justifiable use of a legal firearm is for purpose of immediate self-defence including castle doctrine against trespassers, defence of a loved one/friends or family, hunting and target practice.
- Any other purpose may not be considered severe enough and result in penalty according to severity.
- It includes recklessness as firearm owner such as discharging firearm for no reason, failing to store and maintain your firearm properly etc.
It is considered as felony, is punishable by upto 5 months in Federal Prison.
6.5) Possession of an Explosive Device :-
- Explosives are strictly controlled.
- Possession of an explosive device, an improvised explosive device or it's spar-parts.
- The device can be hand triggered, cell phone triggered, vehicle triggered etc but not just limited to that.
- Attempt to Buy and Sell of such devices is strictly prohibited.
It is considered as felony, is punishable by upto 10 years in Federal Prison.

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CHAPTER 7 : Narcotics Laws.
7.1) Possession of Narcotics Contraband :-
- Possession of Cocaine and Heroin in less than 5 grams in quantity combined. Every gram of each kind counts and adds up in total except Cannabis.
It is considered as misdemeanor, is punishable by $10,000 fine and 5 months in Federal Prison.
7.2) Possession of Narcotics Contraband with Intent to Sell :-
- Possession of Cocaine and Heroin in more than 5 grams in quantity combined. Every gram of each kind counts and adds up in total except Cannabis.
It is considered as felony, is punishable by $20,000 fine and upto 10 years in Federal Prison.
7.3) Manufacturing/Storage of Narcotics Contraband :-
- Owning a property used for purpose of manufacturing and/or storing of narcotics contraband or getting directly involved in any of those operations.
It is considered as felony, is punishable by $51,000 fine and upto 15 years in Federal Prison.
7.4) Possession of Narcotics Paraphernalia :-
- Possession of any items that could be used for production, consumption or storage of narcotics contraband.
- Raw chemicals such as Muriatic acid.
It is considered as misdemeanor, is punishable by $10,000 fine and 5 months in Federal Prison.
7.5) Sale of Narcotics Contraband :-
- Actual Sale of Narcotics Contraband in exchange for monetary or otherwise similar gains.
It is considered as felony, is punishable by $20,000 fine and upto 5 years in Federal Prison.
7.6) Solicitation of Narcotics Contraband :-
- Advertising with intent of Sale of Narcotics Contraband in exchange for monetary or otherwise similar gains.
It is considered as felony, is punishable by $5,000 fine and upto 5 years in Federal Prison.

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