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San Andreas Penal Code

 

Section Code 1 Transportation & Road Services

 

(1) A. General Traffic Laws

  1. Driving at the wrong lane of the road.
  2. Illegal U-turn, performing a U-turn which crosses lanes of traffic.
  3. Blocking/cutting off intersection, it may cause a lot of dangerous accident.
  4. Driving on pedestrian walk, which is taking their rights.
  5. Excessive use of horn, it may disturbing other drivers.
  6. Driving through a safety zone (any safety zone secured by traffic devices, and others).
  7. Violating safety requirements (motorcycle: helmet), (car: belt), and lights.
  8. Violating safety requirements on heavy vehicles/big trucks.

Every rules from above are punished a fine of $100.00, $150.00 for (1)A.1. and (1)A.8.
If a person violating more than one, then an additional of $25,00 will be added.


(1) B. Failed or Refuse to Pay Any Fine Ticket Given.
The unpaid tickets will be forced to pay in the SAPD Administratives.
A fine of $65.00 and 15 months of jail will be given.
$250.00 bail out payment and a 5 months of jail.


(1) C. Maneuvering Any Kind of Vehicles Without Valid Or Active License
This includes cars, trucks, lorries, aircrafts, ships, and the others.

  1. Driving any motorized vehicle without official driving license.
  2. Maneuver any sea vehicles without official sailing licenses.
  3. Driving any truck without official trucking licenses.
  4. Flying any air vehicles without official flying licenses as a pilot.
  5. Maneuvering any kind of vehicles with suspended / expired license
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(1) C. 1. Driving any motorized vehicle without official driving license.
A fine of $100.00 and 15 months of jail will be given.

(1) C. 2. Maneuver any sea vehicles without official sailing licenses.
A fine of $150.00 and 20 months of jail will be given.

(1) C. 3. Driving any truck without official trucking licenses.
A fine of $1500.00 for trucks*, $500.00 for lorry** and 30 months of jail will be given.
*Trucks: Roadtrain, Linerunner, Tanker
**Lorry: Flatbed, Benson, Yankee, Mule
 
(1) C. 4. Flying any air vehicles without official flying licenses as a pilot.
A fine of $2250.00 and 35 months of jail will be given.

(1) C. 5. Maneuvering any kind of vehicles with suspended / expired license.
A fine of $50.00 and 10 months of jail will be given.

(1) D. Reckless Driving

  1. Act of driver with a wanton disregard for the safety of people or property.
  2. Reckless operation of an off-road.

A fine of $150.00 and 20 months of jail will be given.
The driver license will be taken (if necessary)


(1) E. Speeding

  1. Operating a vehicle at speed that exceeds the speed limit on the public roads.
    • City: 50 mph
    • County: 60 mph
    • Highway: 80 mph
    A fine of $100.00 will be given.
  2. A driver who are speeding and exceed the speed limit of 100 mph in a normal weather / bad weather are also will be fined the same as (1) D.

(1) F. Improper Vehicle Parking Method

  1. A driver who purposely violating the parking method.
  2. A driver who parked at someone's private property.
  3. A driver who parked in Government's buildings compound.
  4. A driver who parked in a 10 m area of a 'No Parking' sign.
  5. On a private property own by someone else.
  6. A driver who parked on a highway road.

The vehicles will be impounded and fine of $150.00 will be given as a punishment.

(1) G. Illegal Modifications On Vehicles
Illegal modifications can be found below,

  1. A NOS Injection.
  2. Tinted the front's view of vehicles (driver's seat).
  3. Plate frames.
  4. A high spoiler's wing that blocks driver's rear view.
  5. Illegal use of hydraulic.
  6. Offended / disturbing stickers.
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  1. If a nitrous's tank found in any vehicles with or without using it. The driver will be punished a maximum fine of $200.00
  2. A super black tinted windows installed at the driver's seat can lowering the driver's vision as a punishment the illegal tint must be removed and a fine of $100.00 will be given.
  3. Blocking or giving a frame into a vehicle's plate are not allowed and as a punishment the vehicles will be impounded.
  4. A multiple spoiler installed in one vehicle is not allowed and must be removed.
  5. Illegal use of hydraulic is prohibited, except for a non-dangerous equipment, and a legal event. Refusing to remove, a fine of $250.00.
  6. Removing the stickers, if refuse a fine of $200.00 and a 15 months of jail will be given, and also the vehicle will be impounded.
Punishment that is not listed means the modifications needs to be uninstalled / removed as soon as possible, if refuse to obey $150.00 of fines, and 10 months of jail will be given, and also the vehicle will be impounded.

(1) H. Unregistered Vehicles
Every person who has a vehicles must be registered in the San Andreas Police Department.

  1. Driving an unregistered vehicles.
  2. Parking an unregistered vehicles.
  3. Invalid vehicle registration / none found from the driver.
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  1. Driving an unregistered vehicles will be fined $150.00 as a punishment, and the vehicles will be impounded by the authorities.
  2. Parking an unregistered vehicles will be towed at owner's expense (same punishment as (1) F.)
  3. The vehicles will be impounded and the driver will be brought for further interogation.

(1) I. Vehicular Endangerment

  1. Hit and Run, a driver who purposely or not purposely crashed a person and leave them wounded or deceased without any further help given.
  2. A person who drives any of vehicles that may harm any of pedestrians or the passengers.

Violating this penal code may cause a maximum of $200.00 fines and 15 months of jail.

(1) J. Vehicular Manslaughter

  1. Purposively killed a person using any kind of operatable vehicle.
  2. Manslaughter is the unlawful killing of another without malice or intention.

A fine of $250.00 and 40 months of jail will be given.

(1) K. DWI or DUI
DWI stands for driving while intoxicated / impaired. While DUI is an acronym for driving under the influence.

  1. Driving under a drug's effect.
  2. Driving while impaired.
  3. Driving under the influence of alcohol.

Both punishment of DWI and DUI are fine of $100.00, 15 months of jail, and the vehicles will be impounded by the authorities.
The suspected person might not able to be freed if still affected in the effect of drunkness.


(1) L. Illegal Street Racing

  1. Every of illegal event that may harm / creating minor or major damages to a person / public facilities are not allowed. An event must be registered under the authorities and all the vehicles must not installing any of illegal modifications on their vehicles (follow (2) E)'s regulations.

A fine of $150.00 and 25 months of jail will be given, vehicle will be impounded.
$500.00 bail out payment and a 5 months of jail.
If a suspected person caused a death to a person, will be charged as vehicular manslaughter (1) J.


(1) M. Evading From Polices

  1. A driver who purposely evade from the Polices.
  2. Evading police stop or pursuit whether by using active sirens and horns or with or without using of megaphone.

A fine of $150.00 and 20 months of jail will be given, vehicle will be impounded.
$700.00 bail out payment and a 5 months of jail.


(1) N. Felony Reckless

  1. Evades a police officer in a motor vehicle.
  2. A person who drives with a willful or wanton disregard for the safety of persons or property.

A fine of $150.00 and 25 months of jail will be given.

(1) O. Flight Regulations

  1. Operate an aircraft with the minimum of height regulation.
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SAFD and SANews= 400 ft
Civilian= 500 ft
Airplane= 700 ft

  1. Fly an aircraft without permission from the Air Traffic Control
  2. Fly an aircraft on Downtown Los Santos Area

Every rules from above are punished a fine of $250.00. If a person violating more than one, then an additional of $50.00 will be added.

 

(1) P. Misbehavely Maneuvering / Operating an Aircraft / Aircraft Endangerment

  1. Any kind of maneuver that can harm any of pilots/passenger, and the others.

The pilot will be arrested for 30 month of jail and a fine of $450.00
A fine of $1000.00 as bail out payment and 5 month of jail.
Action will be taken by the Special Operations


(1) Q. Emergency Landing
Pilot must request a permission to if they wanted to performing emergency landing (reason is needed). By calling 5-5-5 to SAPD Air Support Division.
The pilot will be fined a total amount of $400.00

(1) R. Failure to Yield to Emergency Vehicles

  1. Failure to yield and pull off to the side in order to make way for emergency vehicles with flashing lights and or sirens.

A fine of $250.00 will be given.

(1) S. Failure to Yield to A Roadblock

  1. Failure to Yield to any roadblock which is defined as any sign or device in traffic meant to restrict any of driver to pass.

A fine of $200.00 will be given.

(1) T. Following An Emergency Vehicle

  1. Following a responding emergency vehicle without a valid reason (pursue/responding to a location).

A fine of $300.00 will be given.

(1) U. Driving or Taking a Vehicle without the Owner’s Consent

  1. A person who drive or take someone else's vehicle without that person's consent

A fine of $150.00 and 20 months of jail will be given.

(1) V. Altering or Changing a Vehicle Identification Number

  1. A person to intentionally alter, change or destroy a vehicle identification number (VIN).

A fine of $100.00 and 20 months of jail will be given.

 

Section Code 2 Official License And Permit

 

Every of civillians who are going or already had a license or a permit to work in the state of San Andreas. It is an obligations to adhere each of Licensing Office's regulation and EULA.
(2) A. Firearms Permit

  1. Every of Firearms License holder are required to follow every each of Firearms License's .
  2. Every of civillians who wants to get a firearms license are required to complete the Firearms Licensing Stages.
  3. If a firearms holder failure to follow the EULA of Firearms License will be punished as written on (5) D. Misusing Firearms License / Abusing Firearms License.

(2) B. Flying License
Flying License is a permit for any of civillians to fly in the state of San Andreas.

  1. It is a must to follow, obey and understand the PPL Requirements and Handbook.
  2. Every civillians who wants to get a flying license permit are required to complete the Guidelines & Application Format.
  3. An unlicensed person who are undertaking / taking off any of aircrafts in the state of San Andreas without the permit is punishable as written on (1) C. 4. Maneuvering Any Air Vehicles Without Official Flying Licenses.

(2) C. Trucking License
A trucking license is a special permit for truckers to get more free access in the state of San Andreas.

  1. Every of civillians who are willing to get the license must follow and create the application in this section.
  2. Every truckers must follow the Regulations, and the Guidelines.
  3. Illegaly working / importing / exporting any kind of stuffs throughout the state of San Andreas are punishable as written in (1) C. 3 Maneuvering Any Truck Without Official Trucking Licenses.

(2) D. Lumberjack Permit
Lumberjacks are workers in the logging industry who perform the initial harvesting and transport of trees for ultimate processing into forest products.

  1. Every of civillians who are willing to get the license must follow and create the application in this section.
  2. Every lumberjacks must follow the Regulations without any exceptions.
  3. Illegaly logging any of trees in the state of San Andreas is not allowed and punishable.
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A fine of $2000.00 and 25 months of jail will be given.

(2) E. Event Permit
An event that has 10 or more participants must be registered their events to SAPD.

  1. Every of civillians who are willing to get the permit must follow and create the application in this section.
  2. Every event organizer must follow the Regulations without any exceptions.
  3. Illegal event in the state of San Andreas is not allowed and punishable (event organizer only) after first warning disobeyed.
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(2) E. 1. Organize a Small Illegal Event.
A small event that being held by 10 - 20 people.
A fine of $5000.00 and 25 months of jail will be given.

(2) E. 2. Organize a Big Illegal Event.
A big event that being held by more than 20 people.
A fine of $7500.00 and 35 months of jail will be given.

 

Section Code 3 Illegal Drugs

 

(3) A. Possessing Of Illegal Drugs

  1. Drug possession is the crime of having one or more illegal drugs in one's possession, either for personal use, distribution, sale or otherwise.
If a person proven holding / possessing illegal drugs a fine of $30.00 and 10 months of jail, and $300.00 as bail out payment.

(3) B. IUI Or IWI
Individuals Under Influences or Individual With Influences.
  1. A person who are under effect of illegal drugs.
If a person proven holding / possessing illegal drugs a fine of $150.00 and 15 months of jail

(3) C. Selling Or Distributing Illegal Drugs
A drug dealer is a person involved in illegal drug dealing.
  1. A person who are selling illegal drugs.
  2. A person who illegaly distribute any of illegal drugs.
If someone evidently violating the Illegal Drugs' laws it is punishable and a fine of $250.00 and 25 months of jail will be given.
$2000.00 as bail out payment and 5 months of jail.


(3) D. Drug Manufacturing
  1. Illegaly without any permit to create or manufacturing or own any of places to do so.
  2. Drug Manufacturing in a criminal law setting, occurs when an individual is involved in any step of the illicit drug production process. Those who sell certain precursor chemicals, specialized equipment, or simply offer to help produce drugs also may be charged with the crime.
A fine of $300.00 and 35 months of jail will be given.

(3) E. Controlled Substances Possession
  1. Prohibits possessing certain controlled substances without a valid prescription.
A fine of $50.00 and 10 months of jail will be given.

(3) F. Possession of a Controlled Substances While Armed
  1. Possessing any kind of illegal drug or illegally held controlled substance whilst armed with a firearm.
A fine of $150.00 and 15 months of jail will be given.

(3) G. Being Present for Illegal Drug Use
  1. Present at a place where controlled substance use is occurring. Only if you're helping the user, such as being a lookout, and helping them to consume.
A fine of $25.00 and 10 months of jail will be given.
$200.00 as bail out payment and 1 month of jail.


(3) H. Drug Trafficking
  1. Trafficking / smuggling for any kind of illegal drugs.

A fine of $150.00 and 25 months of jail will be given.
$1750.00 as bail out payment and 5 months of jail.


Section Code 4 Assault And Murder

(4) A. Assault On Individuals
Assault is an attempt to initiate harmful or offensive contact with a person, or a threat to do so

  1. Assault.
  2. Aggravated Assault.
  3. Battery.
  4. Assault with Deadly Weapons.
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  1. (4) A. 1. Assault
    Intentionally harming the others, this includes: spitting, slapping, or any unlawful act.
    A fine of $50.00 and 10 months of jail will be given.
    $250.00 as bail out payment.
  2. (4) A. 2. Aggravated Assault
    A person who harmly assault any of person with or without a weapon that result in serious injuries.
    A fine of $250.00 and 20 months of jail will be given.
    $500.00 as bail out payment.
  3. (4) A. 3. Battery
    A physical act that results in harmful or offensive contact with another person without that person's consent.
    A fine of $50.00 and 10 months of jail will be given.
    $200.00 as bail out payment and 1 month of jail.
  4. (4) A. 4. Assault with Deadly Weapons
    Purposively harm bodily a person to cause a major or minor injuries with any kind weapons involved.
    A fine of $150.00 and 25 months of jail will be given.

(4) B. Attempting Or Threatening To Hurt Any Individual / Criminal Threats

  1. Knowingly and willingly threatening the life of or bodily harm onto another person, their family, relatives or loved ones.
  2. Any person who willfully threatens to commit a crime which will result in death or great bodily injury to another person.
If proven / evidently to do so, a fine of $100.00 and 20 months of jail, and $330.00 plus 15 months of jail for a bail out.

(4) C. Sexual Offensive
This may related to 2. B, if proven / evidently to do so. A fine of $150.00 and 10 months of jail, and $200.00 plus 1 month of jail for a bail out.
This also depend on the level of offense given.


(4) D. Attempted Murdering
  1. A person who purposely attempting to hurt / threatening on individual that cause a minor / major casulities and or causing death to individual with or without weapons.
  2. Caused death or major injuries by the person own negligence not with personal intention.
A fine of $200.00 and 50 months of jail will be given.

(4) E. Murdering
An act in purpose to kill a person with an equipment; legal or illegal firearm and or a sharp or blunt melee weapon.
  1. A person who completely commited an unlawful kills on another individual with intention.
A fine of $400.00 and 30 months of jail will be given.

(4) F. Committed A Gang Based Criminal
  1. Indivuals who commited a gang based criminal with or without weapons that cause a minor / major damages to individuals.
A fine of $50.00 to each gang members, and 35 months of jail to each gang members. And $500.00 plus 5 months of jail to each gang members for a bail out.

(4) G. Performing A Drive-By Using Light Or Heavy Fire Arms
  1. A person who performed a drive by using any kind of weapons that may cause minor / major damage / casualities.
  2. Performs Drive-By using heavy or light fire arms from motorized vehicles whether as a driver or owner of the vehicles with full acknowledge of it being used for such crime.
Spoiler
(4) G. 1, A fine of $200.00 and 30 months of jail will be given.
(4) G. 2, A fine of $300.00 and 35 months of jail will be given.


Section Code 5 Gun Control And Weapon Laws

(5) A. Possessing, Showing, And Display Any Usages Of Sharp / Blunt Weapons

  1. A person who are showing a sharp / blunt weapons to threatens someone.
  2. A person who are displaying any of sharp / blunt weapons in public space.
A fine of $100.00 and 5 months of jail will be given.
If someone brought any of sharp / blunt weapons with no indication to harm someone and for a self defense, the authorities may confiscate the sharp weapons and took the person for further interogation if needed.


(5) B. Possessing Of Legal Firearms Without Official Firearms License
A fine of $50.00, and 20 months of jail.
$700.00 for a bail out payment.


(5) C. Possessing Of Illegal Firearms
  1. A person who illegaly bought a gun from someone by any of trade systems.
  2. Any of reasons are invalid even for a self-defense.
A fine of $200.00, and 20 months of jail.
$850.00 for a bail out payment.


(5) D. Illegally Manufactures Or Possessing Any Forms Of Weaponry
  1. A person who illegaly sold any kind of weapon's forms.
  2. A person with gun schematics (illegaly create and sold it to the other).
A fine of $300.00 and 20 months of jail will be given.

(5) E. Missusing Firearms License / Abusing Firearms License
  1. A licensed firearms person who are failure to adhere any of Firearm License Agreement.
  2. A licensed firearms person who are failure to adhere any of Firearm License Agreement.
  3. A licensed firearms person who are purposely showing any of licensed firearms in public space.
  4. The firearms license will be taken and punishable following the Firearms License Agreement.
The firearms license will be taken and punishable following the Firearms License Agreement.

(5) E. 2. GCU (Gun Control Unit) Weapon Target
  1. A people included list from GCU Weapon Tracker for GCU's internal needs for confirming someone who uses a firearm license.
  2. A licensed firearms person who are any firearms user's report of their forfeit upon their firearms, in any accidental condition.
  3. A licensed firearms person who are didn't returning back his weapon and included in "List of Unreturned Weapon"
(5) F. Brandishing a Firearm or Weapon
  1. A person who caught brandishing a firearm and also a weapon.
A fine of $200.00 and 20 months of jail will be given.
A fine of $1200.00 as bail out payment and 5 months of jail.
Weapon will be confiscated.


(5) G. Carrying of an Illegal Firearm or Weapon
  1. A person who caught discharging any kind of illegal firearm or weapon, either openly or concealed.
A fine of $300.00 and 20 months of jail will be given.
A fine of $1200.00 as bail out payment and 5 months of jail.
Purposed for the illegal firearm and weapon owning or stealing.


(5) H. Possession of a Body Armor
  1. A person who caught equipping a body armor to their body.
A fine of $400.00 and 10 months of jail will be given.

(5) I. Weapon Trafficking
  1. Trafficking / smuggling any kind of weapons.
A fine of $400.00 and 30 months of jail will be given.

(5) J. Possessing Destructive Devices or Explosives
  1. Carrying or caught using a destructive devices also an incendiary or a home-made device that could explode and
    harm person or environment within an area.
A fine of $350.00 and 35 months of jail will be given.

(5) K. Possession of Weapon Modification
  1. Possessing any kind of weapon modification, such as armor piercing ammunation, supressor, and the others.

A fine of $200.00 and 20 months of jail will be given.
A fine of $1000.00 as bail out payment and 1 month of jail.


Section Code 6 Public Peace, Orders and Safety

(6) A. Inciting a Riot or a Chaos

  1. Any attempts made to fulfill a riot or a chaos.
  2. Failing to disperse after lawfuly ordered by the officials
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(6) A. 1. Any attempts made to fulfill a riot or a chaos.
A fine of $100.00 and 15 months of jail will be given.

(6) A. 2. Failing to disperse after lawfully ordered by the officials.
A fine of $150.00 and 20 months of jail will be given.

$300.00 plus 3 months of jail for a bail out.

(6) B. Participating in a Riot

  1. A group or an individual who just participated in a riot for causing massive or minor injuries or any break to the law.
If a person evidently causing this, a maximum of $75.00 fines and 10 months of jail. And $250.00 plus 3 months of jail can be given as a bail out payment.

(6) C. Indecent Exposure
  1. Being naked by showing genitals and causing disturbance.
  2. Performs any sexual action in public.
  3. Spitting in public spaces.
  4. Pee in public.

This may result in jail, depending on level of disturbance.

Spoiler
(6) C. 1 Being Naked by Showing Genitals and Causing Disturbance.
A fine of $50.00 will be given, a maximum of $50.00 fines and 5 months of jail.

(6) C. 2 Performs Any Sexual Action in Public.
A fine of $200.00 will be given, a maximum of $150.00 fines and 15 months of jail.

(6) C. 3 Spitting in Public Spaces.
A fine of $100.00 will be given, a maximum of $200.00 fines and 10 months of jail.

(6) C. 4 Pee in Public
A fine of $150.00 will be given.

(6) D. Drunk In Public Space
If a person evidently violating this, a maximum of $200.00 fines will be given.
Prisonment might be applied if causes major disturbance.


(6) E. Vilification

  1. The act of saying or writing unpleasant things about someone or something, in order to cause other people to have a bad
    opinion of them.
If a person evidently causing this, a maximum of $100.00 fines and 25 months of jail.
$500.00 as a bail out payment plus 5 months of jail


(6) F. Unpleasant Act On Individual
  1. An act of insulting, provoking, or threatening on individuals without harming / creating any minor or major damages.
If a person evidently causing this, a maximum of $50.00 fines and 10 months of jail.
$200.00 as a bail out payment.


(6) G. Intimidation
  1. Intimidation (also called cowing) is intentional behavior that "would cause a person of ordinary sensibilities" to fear injury or harm.
If a person evidently causing this, a maximum of $50.00 fines and 10 months of jail.

(6) H. Vigilantism
  1. The act of self-judging any suspect by his/her own intention while not currently serving as one of the Peace Officer.
  2. Any person who takes the law into his or her own hands, as by avenging a crime.
  3. Self judging, without recourse to lawful procedures.
If a person evidently causing this, a maximum of $100.00 fines and 10 months of jail will be given.

(6) I. Prostitution
  1. A person who knowingly engages in or offers to engage in a sexual act in exchange for payment or other goods and services.
If felony, punished by no less than imprisonment for 20 months of jail and $100.00 as maximum fines.

(6) J. Disturbing The Peace
  1. Disturbing the peace, also known as breach of the peace, is a criminal offense that occurs when a person engages in some form of unruly public behavior, such as fighting or causing excessively loud noise.
  2. Brawl in public space and causing nuisance to the public face.
If a person evidently violating (6) I. 1 a maximum of $150.00 fines and 15 months of jail, $350.00 fines and 3 months of jail for bail out.
If a person evidently violating (6) I. 2 a maximum of $50.00 fines and 20 months of jail, $350.00 fines and 3 months of jail for bail out.


(6) K. Accessories Disturbance
  1. Wearing a fully complete mask on face in public space.
  2. Any kind of scare accesories in public space.
If a person evidently causing this, a verbal warning will be given, and if severe (threatening) a maximum of $150.00 fines, wearing a government accessory may result in prisonment ((7) F).

(6) L. Jaywalk
  1. Cross or walk in the street or road unlawfully or without regard for approaching traffic.
A fine of $50.00 will be given.

(6) M. Littering the Public Facility / Space
  1. Throwing any kind of rubbish incorrectly and affecting the public disturbance.
A fine of $250.00 will be given, prisonment might be applied sometimes.

(6) N. Hate Speech
  1. Distributing a hate to a person or a group.
A fine of $150.00 and 10 months of jail will be given.

(6) O. Unlawful Assembly
  1. Whenever two or more persons assemble together to do an unlawful act, or do a lawful act in a violent, boisterous, or
    tumultuous manner, such assembly is an unlawful assembly.
A fine of $100.00 and 20 months of jail will be given.
$300.00 for bail out payment and 5 months of jail.


(6) P. Stalking
The crime of stalking can be simply described as the unwanted pursuit of another person.
  1. This type of behavior includes following a person, appearing at a person's home or place of business, making harassing phone calls, leaving written messages or objects, or vandalizing a person's property.
A fine of $200.00 and 20 months of jail will be given.

(6) Q. Public Intoxication
  1. Being intoxicated and cannot behave and control yourself, and or harming / disturbing the others.
A fine of $250.00 and 10 months of jail will be given.
$500.00 for bail out payment and 1 month of jail.


(6) R. Animal Abuse
  1. Causing minor/major harm to any species of animal.
A fine of $500.00 and 20 months of jail will be given.

(6) S. Animal Cruelty
  1. Cruel or unusual treatment of animals.

A fine of $300.00 will be given

Section Code 7 Crime Against The Justice

(7) A. Failure To Comply

  1. Failure to comply with a lawful command by a law enforcement officer.
A fine of $20.00 and 15 months of jail will be given.
$350.00 plus 5 months of jail for a bail out payment.


(7) B. Failed To Show Any Individual Identity Card
  1. Failed to show any individual identity card when demanded by any public official during interrogation progress.
  2. Failure to show a real identity during a law investigation.
Permanently Imprisoned. *Until they can show their identity or their relatives or family come to pick*. And no bail out given.

(7) C. Obstruction Of Justice
  1. Committing a disturbance over the Police Officer on duty.
  2. Lying to the Police Officer during the investigation or giving information.
  3. Distraction or disturbing any public official or law enforcement officers on duty.
  4. Purposely intimidating the law enforcement during the duty.
If a person evidently causing this, a maximum of $30.00 fines and 15 months of jail.
$350.00 plus 5 months of jail as a bail out payment.


(7) D. Refusing And Resisting Any Police Officers On Duty During Arresting Process
If a person evidently causing this, a maximum of $25.00 fines and 15 months of jail.
$350.00 plus 5 months of jail as a bail out payment.


(7) E. Abusing Government Hotline (Ex : 911, 555, Etc)
A person who purposely or not purposely using the government hotline for any kind of useless matter (emergency or not emergency) for self matter.
  1. A person who called 911 for non emergency purpose.
  2. A person who provoking through the government hotline.
  3. A fake caller, prank caller.
If a person evidently causing this mistake/by intention, it is a verbal warn, and if severe a maximum of $100.00 fines and 10 months of jail.
$250.00 plus 1 month of jail as a bail out payment.


(7) F. Governments Attribute
  1. A person who are using any kind of government's attribute.
  2. Police hat, kevlar, sheriff's star, police's badge, government services' vest.
  3. And any other government's attribute.
If a person evidently wearing any kind of the attributes above, it is a verbal warn, and a maximum of $200.00 fines

(7) G. Pretending To Be Government Staff
  1. A person who pretends to be a Government Staff for personal interest or something in public space.
  2. A person who impersonating a Government Staff to get an advantage as what they acts to.
If a person evidently impersonating a Government Staff, a maximum of $100.00 fines and 60 months of jail.
$500.00 as a bail out payment.


(7) H. Bribery
  1. Attempting to bribe or corrupt any public officials.
  2. Attempting to bribe, corrupt or prevent any crime’s witnesses to step out and give out information to law enforcers.
Spoiler
(7) H. 1. Attempting to bribe or corrupt any public officials.
A fine of $200.00 and 15 months of jail will be given.
$160.00 plus 6 months of jail bail out payment.


(7) H. 2. Attempting to bribe, corrupt or prevent any crime’s witnesses to step out and give out information to law enforcers.
A fine of $60.00 and 10 months of jail will be given.
$1000.00 plus 5 months of jail bail out payment.

(7) I. Commited A False Report

  1. Committed a false report, statement or lying to public officials.
  2. Purposely telling a lie to the public officials to get a lower punishment.
  3. Making a false report.
  4. Giving false information to the police officials
  5. Perjury
Spoiler
(7) I. 1 and (7) I. 2
If a person evidently commited a false report to public officials, a maximum of $80.00 fines and 20 months of jail. And $400.00 as a bail out payment.

(7) I. 3. Making a False Report
  1. Making a false report to a police officer with the intent to disrupt a criminal investigation.
A fine of $400.00 and 15 months of jail will be given depending emergency location/situation.

(7) I. 4. Giving False Information to the Police Officials.
  1. Providing a fake information to a Police Officer.
  2. Providing a fake call information according to a crime or non crime through Police Official Hotlines.
A fine of $125.00 and 20 months of jail will be given.

(7) I. 5 Perjury.
  1. Perjury, or lying under oath, is the crime of lying after giving an oath or affirmation promising to tell the truth to a
    notary public, court clerk, or other official.

    Perjury may be in the form of:
    • Oral Testimony (as part of any court proceeding)
    • Something you have written
    • Signing or acknowledging a legal document, such as an affidavit, that is known to contain false information

    Subornation of perjury is the act of encouraging or assisting perjury, and is also considered a crime
A fine of $500.00 and 20 months of jail will be given.

(7) J. Assaulting On LEO

  1. A person who assaults any of LEO with or without weapons.
  2. A person who are purposely creating minor / major damages to any of LEO.
If a person evidently commited this penal code, a maximum of $150.00 fines and 40 months of jail.

(7) K. Insulting / Intimidating Government Staff
  1. A person who intimidating, insulting, or any unpleasant act given towards Public Officials.
If a person evidently commited this penal code, a maximum of $100.00 fines and 15 months of jail.

(7) L. Attempted Murdering To Any Of Public Officials
  1. A person who purposely attempting to hurt / threatening on individual that cause a minor / major casulities and or causing death to individual with or without weapons.
  2. Caused death or major injuries by the person own negligence not with personal intention.
A fine of $150.00 60 months of jail will be given.

(7) M. Murdering Any Of Public Officials
  1. A person who completely commited an unlawful kills on another individual with intention.
A fine of $150.00 70 months of jail will be given.

(7) N. Harbouring Criminals
  1. Hiding, Harbouring, or Protecting criminals or convicts.
  2. Destroying any of available evidence.
  3. Assisting the criminals to get out from the sentence.

If a person evidently causing this, a maximum of $125.00 fines and 15 months of jail.
$750.00 plus 3 months of jail as a bail out payment.

 

Section Code 8 Robberies and Crimes Investigation Units

 

(8) A. Robbery
Robbery is the crime of taking or attempting to take anything of value by force, threat / intimidating of force or by putting the victim in fear.

  1. The act of taking any person's inventory by forcing them using a sharp / blunt melee weapon.
The stolen goods must be restored / refunded to the rightful owner.
A fine of $25.00 and 15 months of jail.
$500.00 plus 10 months of jail as a bail out payment.


(8) B. Armed Robbery
Robbery is the crime of taking or attempting to take anything of value by force, threat / intimidating of force or by putting the victim in fear with firearms.
  1. The act of taking any person's inventory by forcing them using a firearm (inc: legal/lllegal firearm - means: registered serial or no).
The stolen goods must be restored / refunded to the rightful owner.
A fine of $35.00 and 30 months of jail.
$500.00 plus 10 months of jail as a bail out payment.


(8) C. Bank Robbery
  1. Committed a bank robbery.
A fine of $500.00 and 50 months of jail.

(8) D. Theft And Scamming Activities
Theft is the taking of another person's property or services without that person's permission or consent with the intent to deprive the rightful owner of it
  1. Fraud / Scam
  2. Petty Theft.

The stolen goods must be restored / refunded to the rightful owner.

Spoiler
(8) D. 1 Fraud / Scam
Wrongful or criminal deception intended to result in financial or personal gain.
A fine of $250.00 and 20 months of jail.
$750.00 plus 5 months of jail as a bail out payment.


(8) D. 2 Petty Theft
Committed a property stealing over any person's property.
A fine of $450.00 and 45 months of jail.

(8) E. Receiving Stolen Property
Buying, receiving, concealing, selling stolen property.
A fine of $400.00 and 30 months of jail.
$1000.00 as bail out payment and 5 months of jail.


(8) F. Grand Theft

  1. Taking other person's property/item by the value over of $1,000.
A fine of $250.00 and 25 months of jail.

(8) G. Grand Theft Auto
  1. A person who attempt / stealing any other individuals vehicle.
  2. A person who jacked into any of vehicles and steal it.
The stolen vehicles must be restored and refunded (any broken part counts) to the rightful owner.
A fine of $250.00 and 15 months of jail will be given

(8) H. Grand Theft Auto Of A Firearms
  1. A person who steals any of weapons no matter if its registered or not
This may refer to (5) A and (5) B.
The stolen weapons must be restored to the rightful owner (if registered), and will be confiscated (if not registered).
A fine of $100.00 and 15 months of jail will be given.

(8) I. Arson
The act of setting a fire to a person's private property.
A fine of $100.00 and 10 months of jail will be given.

(8) J. Abuse or Desecration of Dead Human Body
An act of abusive upon a dead of human body.
  1. Performing a sexual abuse on a human dead body.
  2. Gain a benefit upon a dead human dead body (taking advantage of human part mutilation).
  3. Failure to report a missing human dead body to a law enforcement agency.
A fine of $200.00 and 15 months of jail will be given.

(8) K. Attempted Kidnapping
If a person evidently violating this penal code, a fine of $200.00 and 60 months of jail will be given.

(8) L. Kidnapping
If a person evidently violating this penal code, a fine of $350.00 and 20 months of jail will be given.
This penal code cannot be stacked with (8) J.

(8) M. Hostage Taking
  1. Committed a crime with taking a hostage as human shield or gate away or ransom.
If a person evidently violating this penal code, a fine of $100.00 and 60 months of jail will be given.

(8) N. Torture
An act of cruelty over a person's by harming their body.
A fine of $150.00 and 20 months of jail will be given.
$950.00 plus 1 month of jail as a bail out payment.


(8) O. Extortion
The practice of obtaining something, especially money, through force or threats.
  1. Committed extortion to any business, property, service, for personal profit.
The stolen items / goods must be restored to the rightful owner.
A fine of $150.00 and 20 months of jail will be given.
A fine of $400.00 as bail out payment and 5 months of jail.


(8) P. Blackmail
The act of exploiting others privacy by using their weakness, and taking the advantageous.
A fine of $100.00 and 10 months of jail will be given.

(8) Q. Possession of Fake License or ID Card
  1. A person who possesses any kind of fake license and also identity card.

A fine of $200.00 and 15 months of jail.

(8) R. Human Trafficking
Deprivation or violation of the personal liberty of another with the intent to obtain forced labor or services.
A fine of $550.00 and 65 months of jail will be given.

 

Section Code 9 Private Properties and Belongings Rights

 

(9) A. Trespassing
Trespassing is divided into two different groups penal code.

  1. Trespass to persons properties.
  2. Trespass to government space area / basement without permission.
Spoiler
(9) A. 1. Trespass to persons properties.
A fine of $10.00 and 5 months of jail will be given.
$400.00 as bail out payment.
Refund any of damaged properties (if break through the property / entering).


(9) A. 2. Trespass to Government space area / basement without permission.
A fine of $100.00 and 20 months of jail will be given.
$600.00 as bail out payment.

(9) B. Vandalism

  1. Damaging, destroying or defacing another person's or a government's property, and any kind of public facility.
Refund any of damaged properties.
A fine of $150.00 and 15 months of jail will be given.
$400.00 as bail out payment and 1 month of jail.


(9) C. Illegal Properties
  1. Owning a building, place, laboratory, hall or any kind of premises that used for or as criminals gathering places, hideout and for illegal drug or weapons manufacture or distribution (owners only).

A fine of $50.00 and 60 months of jail will be given.
A fine of $1500.00 and 20 months of jail for a bail out payment.
The building will be sealed and searched for evidence that will be used against the owner. After doing that so, the building will be closed and if possible, will be auctioned by the government.

 

Section Code 10 Prisoners Policy

 

(10) A. Brawl Against Inmate
15 months of jail will be added to the prisoner (accumulated from the past sentence).

(10) B. Jailbreak
40 months of jail will be added to the prisoner (accumulated from the past sentence).

(10) C. Inciting A Riot, Insulting, Or Slavery
20 months of jail will be added to the prisoner (accumulated from the past sentence).

 

Section Code 11 Amandments

 

  1. 20/11/2017, revamping the 2017 Penal Codes.
  2. 21/11/2017, added Prisoner Policy's section.
  3. 20/04/2020, merged notice board and mandatory penal codes, added (2) E. Event Permit

 

Section Code 12 Acknowledgements

 

Sinatrio, Sharinggan, Crutzher172, EmpingPedes, Shawn962, Soff0210, DamnILoveJogja, Fortran, killers, hallodunia, Pelopor, Erie, Evolution, Krenshaw, libratyan, timewarner

 

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