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State Penal Code 2000
« on: September 24, 2019, 02:40:56 PM »
Table of contents

Title 1. Crimes Against The Person
Title 2. Crimes Against The Property
Title 3. Crimes Against Justice
Title 4. Crimes Against The Government
Title 5. Traffic Violations
Title 6. Health And Safety Violations
Title  7. Crimes Against The Public
Title 8. Vehicular Offenses
Title 9. Sex Crimes


PSA: Fines stack for each offense comitted, but jail time does not stack above 1 IC hour.
Do not jail people for a period longer than that unless you were specifically allowed to do so by the Administration/Staff.

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Re: State Penal Code 2000
« Reply #1 on: September 24, 2019, 03:15:09 PM »
Title 1. Crimes Against The Person

Assault
1. An unlawful attempt or threat by a person to commit violent injury on someone else. Intentionally putting another human life in harms way, or belief of harm.
It carries the prison time of no less than 10 minutes and no more than 25 minutes.
Aggravated Assault
1. To assault a person with a weapon and/or instrument that is not a firearm, and is capable of death or by means of force likely to produce great bodily harm.
It carries the prison time of no less than 60 minutes and no more than 120 minutes.
Stalking
1. The unlawful following or harassment of a person by another, with intent to cause fear or reasonable belief of harm.
2. A person who violates a court-issued restraining order.
It carries the prison time of no less than 45 minutes and no more than 70 minutes.
Mutual Combat
1. An individual who engages in consensual combat with another person, within the view of the public, or area accessible by the general public.
It carries the prison time of no less than 8 minutes and no more than 15 minutes.
Intimidation
1. A person who intentionally causes another person to fear for their safety, life or well-being by threatening or performing the following acts:
(a) Inflicting physical or mental harm on the threatened person, or others.
(b) Forcing any person to unwanted detainment, confinement or restraint.
(c) Intentionally committing a felony as an act of intimidation.
It carries the prison time of no less than 30 minutes and no more than 45 minutes.
Battery
1. A person who uses intentional physical violence to inflict pain, injury or harm to another person.
2. A person who acts upon assault to cause actual harm to another person.
It carries the prison time of no less than 35 minutes and no more than 55 minutes.
Hate Crimes
1. A crime that is done with bias against a race or group of people, almost exclusively but not limited to the following:
sex, ethnicity, disability, language, nationality, physical appearance, religion, gender identity or sexual orientation.
It carries the prison time of no less than 30 minutes and no more than 45 minutes.
Kidnapping
1. A person who detains or holds another person in confinement without their consent.
2. A person who forcibly detains or holds another person in confinement without their consent.
3. A person who detains or holds another person in confinement by any means without their consent, for a cash ransom.
It carries the prison time of no less than 60 minutes and no more than 120 minutes.
Murder
1. First-Degree; A person who takes the life of another person, willfully and in premeditation with malice aforethought.
2. Second-Degree; A person who willfully and intentionally takes the life of another person with malice aforethought, but without premeditation and planning.
3. Aiding and Abetting; A person who willfully assists another person in a murder, or other crime relative to the murder.
it carries the prison time of no less than 80 minutes and no more than 120 minutes.
Manslaughter
1. Voluntary manslaughter; A person who takes the life of another person, willfully, but in the heat of the moment with no prior intent to kill and happened under circumstances that would cause a reasonable person to become emotionally or mentally disturbed.
2. Involuntary manslaughter; A person who takes the life of another person through negligence, violence or lack of due care, but didn't intend to.
It carries the prison time of no less than 40 minutes and no more than 100 minutes.
Death by Driving
1. A person who takes the life of another person by intentional negligence behind the wheel. Reckless driving, eluding law enforcement or general carelessness.
It carries the prison time of no less than 60 minutes and no more than 120 minutes.
Aggravated Battery
1. Intentionally or knowingly cause great bodily harm, permanent disability, or permanent disfigurement with a deadly weapon.
It carries the prison time of no less than 65 minutes and no more than 120 minutes.
Sexual Battery
1. The act of touching the intimate part of another person for purposes of sexual gratification, arousal, or abuse.
It carries the prison time of no less than 50 minutes and no more than 70 minutes.
Rape
1. The non-consensual sexual intercourse accomplished by means of:
1a. threats, force, or fraud, or;
1b. with a victim who is unconscious or incapable of consenting
2. Penetration must have occurred for a person to be charged with rape.
It carries the prison time of no less than 30 minutes and no more than 45 minutes.
Robbery
The taking of items from a person, that you do not have the right to have, through force, intimidation, while a person is impaired or without their knowledge
1. First-Degree:
robbery of person in a bus, taxi or other public transport.
robbery of a person inside an inhabited structure.
robbery of a person at, or in the vicinity of an ATM.
robbery with a weapon, or object that could be deemed a threat.
2. Second-Degree
robbery with an accomplice.
robbery by using physical force.
robbery with no physical force or offensive weapons.
If second degree it carries the prison time of no less than 30 minutes and no more than 45 minutes.
If first degree it carries the prison time of no less than 50 minutes and no more than 70 minutes.

Attempted Murder
1. First-Degree; A person who attempts takes the life of another person, willfully and in premeditation with malice aforethought.
2. Second-Degree; A person who willfully and intentionally attempts takes the life of another person with malice aforethought, but without premeditation and planning.
3. Aiding and Abetting; A person who willfully assists another person in an attempt of murder, or other crime relative to the murder.
it carries the prison time of no less than 60 minutes and no more than 100 minutes.
Torture
1. Purposefully inflicting bodily harm on a captive person with the intent of causing cruel or extreme pain or suffering for the purpose of revenge, extortion, persuasion or any sadistic purpose.
2. Purposefully inflicting significant psychological torment of any sort on a captive person with the intent of causing cruel or extreme pain or suffering for the purpose of revenge, extortion, persuasion or any sadistic purpose.
It carries the prison time of 120 minutes in prison.
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Re: State Penal Code 2000
« Reply #2 on: September 24, 2019, 03:17:58 PM »
Title 2. Crimes Against The Property

Trespassing
1. Entering a persons private land or property without prior permission.
2. Not leaving the land or property of a person when requested by the owner, or contractors acting on behalf of the owner.
3. Entering a publicly accessible property after it has closed, or is not in operation, without prior permission and not leaving when requested by the owner, or contractors acting on behalf of the owner.
It carries the prison time of no less than 10 minutes and no more than 25 minutes. Officers should issue the suspect with a trespass order and remove them from said property, if they return they should be charged or fined at the officers discretion .
Trespassing On Government Property
1. To enter property or land owned by the state or federal government with the intent to disrupt operations.
2. To enter private sections of government buildings, that are usually closed off to the public.
3. To refuse to leave government owned property, when requested by an official body.
It carries the prison time of no less than 10 minutes and no more than 25 minutes.
Burglary
1. Entering or remaining in a dwelling, a structure, or a conveyance with the intent to commit a crime.
2. This crime cannot stack with (2)001. Trespassing.
It carries the prison time of no less than 25 minutes and no more than 40 minutes.
Embezzlement
1. The unlawful taking of a persons property, money or valuables by a person they have been entrusted in.
It carries the prison time of no less than 30 minutes and no more than 50 minutes, along with a fine of $25,000.
Petty Theft
1. The unlawful taking of any property or services with a value of $950 or less.
It carries the prison time of 20 minutes, If the item(s) taken have a combined value of $50 or less. A fine of $250 should be given.
Grand Theft
1. The unlawful taking of any property with a value higher than $950.
2. Grand Theft Auto. The unlawful taking of any motor vehicle that belongs to someone else, by any means.
It carries the prison time of no less than 20 minutes and no more than 50 minutes.
Arson
1. The act of deliberately and unlawfully setting fire to a property.
It carries the prison time of 50 minutes.
Vandalism
1. The act of defacing an unauthorized property with graffiti, damaging it, or destroying it.
First time offense. It carries the citation of no less than $150.
Second time offense. It carries the prison time of no less than 15 minutes.

Criminal Profiteering
1. Blackmail. Extortion; Using force or threats to compel another person into providing money or property, or using force or threats to compel a public official to perform or neglect an official act or duty.
2. Racketeering; Habitually interfering with the operation of any business, whether with a permanent site of operations or not, with the purpose of obtaining money, services or other goods whether legal or illegal.
It carries the prison time of no less than 15 minutes and no more than 60 minutes.
Fraud
1. Deliberately obtaining money, services or goods that would have otherwise not been provided, usually via lies, fabrication of documents, or other malicious actions.
It carries the prison time of no less than 15 minutes and no more than 45 minutes.
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« Reply #3 on: September 24, 2019, 03:27:59 PM »
Title 3. Crimes Against Justice

Obstruction of Justice
1. The act of intentionally delaying, resisting or otherwise obstructing a law enforcement officer, or emergency medical personnel in their official duty.
it carries the prison time of no less than 30, and no more than 60 minutes.
Tampering with Evidence
1. The act of intentionally modifying, or removing evidence in order to affect the outcome of a law enforcement investigation.
It carries the prison time of no less than 30, and no more than 60 minutes.
Misprision of Felony
1. To Intentionally fail to notify law enforcement of a witnessed felony.
It carries the prison time of no less than 40, and no more than 60 minutes.
Bribery of a Public Official
1. The act of conferring, offering, agreeing to confer, or soliciting, accepting, or agreeing to accept any benefit upon a public official.
It carries the prison time of no less than 40 minutes and no more than 80 minutes.
Misconduct of Office
1. The commission of an unlawful act by a public official, done in an official capacity, which affects the performance of official duties.
It carries the prison time of no less than 120 minutes.
Forgery
1. For a person to alter a written document with the intent to defraud while knowingly that they hold no authority to do so.
It carries the prison time of no less than 40 minutes and no more than 60 minutes.
Perjury
1. To knowingly violate an oath or vow either by knowingly telling what is untrue or by omission to do what has been promised under oath.
It carries the prison time of no less than 60 minutes and no more than 80 minutes.
Eluding
1. To knowingly elude, escape or evade a law enforcement officer after emergency lights have been activated or contact has been made.
It carries the prison time of no less than 60 minutes and no more than 80 minutes.
Subpoena Violation
1. For a person to intentionally ignore or violate a subpoena order issued by an authorized agency.
It carries the prison time of no less than 30 minutes and no more than 60 minutes.
Resisting Arrest
1.The act of willfully resisting, or delaying any peace officer when engaged in an arrest.
It carries the prison time of no less than 10 minutes, and no more than 45 minutes.
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« Reply #4 on: September 24, 2019, 05:42:50 PM »
Title 4. Crimes Against The Government

Treason
1. The act in which a citizen or legal resident has levied war against the state, or given aid to its enemies.
It carries the prison time of no less than 80 minutes and no more than 120 minutes.
Contempt of Court
1. To be 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.
2. To violate a court-issued restraining order.
It carries the prison time of no less than 30 minutes and no more than 60 minutes.
Espionage
[1. The act of sharing classified government documents and other sensitive information with unauthorized individuals or organizations.
It carries the prison time of no less than 120 minutes.
Sedition
1. The act in which two or more people conspire to overthrow the government or oppose the legal authority of the government by force.
It carries the prison time of no less than 120 minutes.
Terrorism
1. To intimidate or coerce a civilian population;
2. To influence the policy of a government by intimidation or coercion; and
3. To affect the conduct of a government by mass destruction, assassination, or kidnapping.
It carries the prison time of no less than 120 minutes.
Terroristic Threats
1. To commit violence communicated with the intent to terrorize another, to cause evacuation of a building, or to cause serious public inconvenience.
It carries the prison time of no less than 60 minutes and no more than 120 minutes.
Impersonation of a Public Servant
1. For a person to falsely pretend they hold a position in the public service with the purpose to induce another individual to submit to the pretended official authority.
It carries the prison time of no less than 40 minutes and no more than 60 minutes.
Failure to Pay a Fine
1. The act of failing to pay for a fine within the given time frame of 30 days.
2. Peace officers may not arrest individuals with outstanding fines prior to them getting an arrest warrant signed by the San Andreas State Courts.
It carries the prison time of no less than 15 minutes and no more than 30 minutes.
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« Reply #5 on: September 24, 2019, 06:41:56 PM »
Title 5. Traffic Violations

Careless Driving
1. The act of failing to operate a motor-vehicle in a careful and prudent manner
It carries a minimum citation of no less than $250 and a maximum of no more than $1000 and/or a 4 hour driving license suspension.
Reckless Driving
1. The act of putting other motorists in reasonable danger on a roadway by operating a motor-vehicle with no reasonable consideration and disregard for safety.
It carries a minimum citation of no less than $750 and/or a prison time of no more than 20 minutes.

Driving Without a License
The act of operating any motor-vehicle with a drivers license that is:
1a. Suspended; or
1b. Revoked; or
1c. Was never issued
It carries a minimum citation of no less than $400 and a prison time of no more than 10 minutes.

Driving Without Headlights
1. The operation of any motor-vehicle on a public roadway with no active headlights (at least 1):
1. in-between the hours of 07:00 PM and 08:00 AM; or
2. during inclement weather conditions, including but not limited to snow, rain, sleet, or fog; and
3. inside of tunnels and public parking garages.
It carries a minimum citation of no less than $90 and a maximum of no more than $300.
Driving Without a Helmet
1. The act of operating any motorcycle on a public roadway with no helmet on.
It carries a minimum citation of $1000.
Driving Under the Influence
1. The act of operating a motor-vehicle while under the influence of narcotics and/or above the legal alcohol blood limit.
It carries the prison time of no less than 15 minutes, and no more than 45 minutes.
Use of a Celluar Device
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 when the vehicle is stationary at a traffic signal.
It carries a minimum citation of no less than $500 and a maximum of no more than $1500.
Illegal U-Turn
1.The act of making an illegal U-turn while operating a motor-vehicle at controlled intersections with signs prohibiting them or in a way that obstructs oncoming cars.
It carries a minimum citation of no less than $30 and a maximum of no more than $100.
Failure to Yield
1. The act of failing to adhere to the right of way while operating a motor-vehicle.
It carries a minimum citation of no less than $250 and a maximum of no more than $750.
Speeding
1. The operation of a motor-vehicle at a speed exceeding the posted, or otherwise legal speed limit.

2. Drivers are to be issued citations depending on the amount of speed they were going:
2a: +3 miles above the specified legal limit — $150
2b: +5 miles above the specified legal limit — $300
2c: +10 miles above the specified legal limit — $500 and (5)001. Careless Driving
2d: +15 miles above the specified legal limit — $750 and (5)001. Careless Driving
2e: +20 miles above the specified legal limit — $1000 and (5)002. Reckless Driving

3. 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:
3a. catch up to a traffic violator or subject; or
3b. 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; or
3c. surveil another vehicle or its occupants who are suspected of involvement in a crime; or
3d. obtain evidence of a speeding violation; and
3e. may exceed the maximum speed limit if it does not endanger life or property to respond to a situation.
Super-speeding
1. The act of operating a motor-vehicle while going +30 miles above the specified legal limit with no reasonable justification.
2. The same exemptions apply from Speeding.
It carries a minimum citation of no less than $1500, and a maximum prison time of no more than 30 minutes and a vehicle impound of 6 hours.
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.

2. The following vehicles are exempt from (5)012. Improper Parking:
2a. Government agency vehicles.
2b. Construction vehicles during active construction.

It carries a minimum citation of no less than $150 and a maximum of no more than $500 and/or a 6 hour vehicle impound.

Street Racing
1. The act of participating in a "speed contest", against a vehicle or against the clock. This includes drag racing or drifting, and any exhibitions of speed which threatens the public safety.
It carries a minimum citation of no less than $1500, and a maximum of 20 minutes of prison time, a 6 hour vehicle impound and a license revocation.
Operation of a Damaged Vehicle
To operate a vehicle in a public roadway that:
1. Provides serious and viable hazard against motorists; or
2. Endangers the life, limb, or property of any other motorist, pedestrian, persons, or animals.
It carries a minimum citation of no less than $200 and a maximum of no more than $1700.
Jaywalking
1. The act of crossing a road, while failing to utilize the designated crossing zones.
2. The act of crossing a road, and causing a vehicle with right of way to slow down.
It carries a citation of $100.
Running a Stop Sign
1. The act of failing to come to a complete halt at a stop sign while operating a motor-vehicle.
It carries a minimum citation of no less than $150 and a maximum of no more than $1000.
Hit and Run
1. The act of being involved in an accident and then leaving the scene of the accident without stopping to identify yourself to law enforcement.
It carries the prison time of no less than 15 minutes, and no more than 30 minutes.
Felony Hit and Run
1. The act of being involved in an accident and then leaving the scene of the accident without stopping to identify yourself to law enforcement.
2. A person can only be charged with felony hit and run if a person becomes injured as a result from the accident.
It carries the prison time of no less than 20 minutes, and no more than 40 minutes.

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« Reply #6 on: September 24, 2019, 06:49:10 PM »
Title 6. Health And Safety Violations

Possession of a Controlled Substance
1. No person other than a state-licensed dentist, medical doctor, veterinarian or pharmacist, in the scope of their official duties shall be in possession of any controlled substance or otherwise prescription medication, without a valid medical prescription.
It carries a prison sentence of 25 minutes if below 5 grams (or four tablets).
It carries a prison sentence of 25 minutes if under 21.

Possession with the Intent to Distribute
1. The act of possessing a controlled substance or otherwise prescription medication, without a valid medical prescription, with the intent to sell or distribute them.
2. A person carrying more than 5 grams (or four tablets) of a controlled substance or otherwise prescription medication.
3. A person underage who has more than five grams (or four tablets) of a controlled substance or otherwise prescription medication.
It carries a prison sentence of 45 minutes if below 10 grams (or eight tablets).
It carries a prison sentence of 60 minutes if above 10 grams (or eight tablets).

Underage Possession of Alcohol
1. The act of possessing, drinking, purchasing and attempting to purchase an alcoholic beverage, while being under the age of 21.
2. An underage person not in a private residence, with a legal guardian over the age of 21, in possession of alcohol.
Alcohol should be revoked, and a warning given. On second offence a $250 fine, and a 5 minute jail sentence.
Public Intoxication
1. The act of being intoxicated in public, and causing a disturbance, ruckus or otherwise nuance.
It carries sentence of 10 minutes and carries a $1000 fine. Law enforcement must ensure that the intoxication is the cause of the disturbance.
Furnishing Alcohol to a Minor
1. The act of knowingly, or unknowingly selling, furnishing, giving or proving a minor with alcohol.
It carries a sentence of 40 minutes if the minor consumed the alcohol, and injured themselves or somebody else.
Possession of Drug Paraphernalia
1. To possess drug equipment, products, and materials of any kind which are intended for use or designed for use, in planting, propagating, cultivating, growing, harvesting, manufacturing, compounding, converting, producing, processing, preparing, testing, analyzing, packaging, repackaging, storing, containing, concealing, injecting, ingesting, inhaling, or otherwise introducing into the human body a controlled substance.
It carries the prison time of no less than 15 minutes and no more than 20 minutes.
Distribution of a Controlled Substance
1. The act of selling a controlled substance or otherwise prescription medication, without valid licenses or medical cause if licensed.
It carries the prison time of no less than 60 minutes and no more than 100 minutes.

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« Reply #7 on: September 24, 2019, 07:01:13 PM »
Title  7. Crimes Against The Public

Disorderly Conduct
1. The act of causing a disturbance in public intentionally, and with malice.
2. The act of loitering on private property, with no valid reason.
3. The act of peeping, looking, recording or taking images of somebody, while touching yours or another persons private parts, without prior permission and with the main purpose of sexual gratification, offence or annoyance.
It carries the prison time of no less than 20 minutes, and no more than 40 minutes.
Loitering
1. The act of loitering or prowling in a place, at a time or in a manner not usual for law-abiding individuals, under circumstances that warrant a justifiable and reasonable alarm or immediate concern for the safety of persons or property in the vicinity.
2. This crime cannot stack with Trespassing.
It carries the prison time of no less than 15 minutes, and no more than 25 minutes.
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
It carries a minimum prison time of no less than 15 minutes, and no more than 30 minutes & citation of $5000.
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.
It carries a prison time of no less than 15 minutes and no more than 30 minutes.
Negligent Discharge of a Firearm
1. To willfully discharge a firearm in a grossly negligent manner which could result in someone's injury or death.
2. To discharge a firearm and fail to notify authorities.
It carries the prison time of no less than 30 minutes, and no more than 60 minutes.
Unlawful Concealment of Identity
1. To conceal 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.
It carries the prison time of no less than 15 minutes, and no more than 25 minutes.
Misuse of an Emergency Hotline
1. To knowingly allow the use, or use the 911 telephone system for any reason other than an emergency.
If it is a first time offense. The caller shall be issued a warning.
If it is a second time offense. The caller shall be issued a citation of $1000.
If is a third time offense. It carries a prison time of no less than 15 minutes.

Indecent Exposure
1. The act of willfully exposing your genitals to someone else, motivated by a desire to sexually gratify yourself or offend the other person.
It carries the prison time of no less than 15 minutes, and no more than 45 minutes.
Possession of an Unlicensed Firearm
1. The act of possessing a firearm that is unregistered in the State of San Andreas.
2. The act of possessing a firearm that is outlawed, or otherwise illegal in the State of San Andreas.
3. The act of possessing a firearm that is reported stolen in the State of San Andreas.
It carries the prison time of no less than 20 minutes, and no more than 30 minutes.
Illict Gambling Practices
1. The act of participating in gambling services, hosting, or organizing any gambling event without a legal & valid license.
It carries the prison time of no less than 20 minutes, and no more than 40 minutes.
Illict Liquor Practices
1. The act of selling liquor of any kind without a legal & valid license.
It carries the prison time of no less than 20 minutes, and no more than 40 minutes.
Reckless Endangerment
1. A crime consisting of acts that create substantial risk of serious physical injury to the general public. includes child endangerment and elderly abuse.
It carries the prison time of no less than 15 minutes, and no more than 60 minutes.
Incitement of a Riot
1. The act of intending to cause a riot, engaging in a riot, inciting acts of force or violence and/or acts of destruction of property in a riot.
It carries the prison time of no less than 15 minutes, and no more than 40 minutes.
Possession of an Illegal Firearm
1. The act of possessing a firearm that is unlicensed, prohibited or otherwise restricted by felon status, mental health status or state law.
2. The act of possessing a replica firearm that is used in a way that would make a reasonable person believe it was a real firearm.
It carries the prison time of no less than 25 minutes, and no more than 35 minutes if the firearm was possessed in a non offensive way.
It carries the prison time of no less than 40 minutes, and no more than 55 minutes if the firearm was possessed in an offensive way.

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« Reply #8 on: September 24, 2019, 07:04:38 PM »
Title 8. Vehicular Offenses

Installation of a Nitrous System
1. The act of installing a nitrous injection kit on a motor-vehicle
It carries a minimum citation of no less than $800 and a 2 hour vehicle impound.
Super Dark Tint
1. The act of having a window tint on a motor-vehicle that allows less than 70% of the light to pass through.
2. Government vehicles are exempt from Super Dark Tint.
It carries a minimum citation of no less than $800 and a 4 hour vehicle impound.
Installation of Hydraulics
1. The act of installing any hydraulic systems, jump kits included on a motor-vehicle.
It carries a minimum citation of no less than $800 and a 2 hour vehicle impound.
Loud Exhaust
1. The act of installing a non-factory issued exhaust that reasonably disturbs the public.
It carries a minimum citation of no less than $800 and a 4 hour vehicle impound.
Installation of an Illegal Body-kit
1. The act of installing a body-kit that conceals the license plate or driver display.
It carries a minimum citation of no less than $800.
Obstruction of a License Plate
1. The act intentionally obstructing a licence plate by covering it, removing it or otherwise hiding it from easy view.
It carries a minimum citation of no less than $800 and a 6 hour vehicle impound.

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« Reply #9 on: September 24, 2019, 07:05:24 PM »
Title 9. Sex Crimes

Prostitution
1. The act of soliciting, agreeing or engaging in a sexual act of any kind in exchange for compensation.
It carries the prison time of no less than 15 minutes and no more than 20 minutes.