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San Andreas Penal Code 2016




    TITLE 1: CRIMES AGAINST THE PERSON

      1.1 Robbery

        (a) Robbery is the felonious taking of personal property in the possession of another, from his person or immediate presence, and against his will, accomplished by means of force or fear.

        (b) Robbery is taking or attempting to take anything of value by force or threat of force or by putting the victim in fear.

      Robbery counts as a Felony in the Penal Code of San Andreas
      The maximum time to serve for robbery is 20 minutes
      1.2 First Degree Murder

        Intentional murder that is willful and premeditated with malice aforethought.

      First Degree Murder counts as a Felony in the Penal Code of San Andreas
      The maximum time to serve for first degree murder is 30 minutes
      1.3 Second Degree Murder

        Any unintentional murder without premeditation and deliberation planned.

      Second Degree Murder counts as a Felony in the Penal Code of San Andreas
      The maximum time to serve for second degree murder is 25 minutes
      1.4 Manslaughter

        Killing a person without intent, by accident, or under determined lawful circumstances.

      Manslaughter counts as a Felony in the Penal Code of San Andreas
      The maximum time to serve for manslaughter is 20 minutes
      1.5 Assault

        An assault is an unlawful attempt, coupled with a present ability, to commit a violent injury on the person of another.

      Assault counts as a Felony in the Penal Code of San Andreas
      The maximum time to serve for assault is 15 minutes
      1.5 Battery

        Battery is willful and unlawful use of force or violence on a person of another.

      Battery counts as a Misdemeanor in the Penal Code of San Andreas
      The maximum time to serve for battery is 10 minutes
      1.6 Assault With a Deadly Weapon

        An assault with a deadly weapon occurs when an attacker accompanies a physical attack with a physical object capable of inflicting serious bodily injury or death, by virtue of its design or construction.

      Assault With a Deadly Weapon counts as a Felony in the Penal Code of San Andreas
      The maximum time to serve for assault with a deadly weapon is 20 minutes
      1.7 Kidnapping

        Kidnapping is an act of moving another person from one place to another against his or her will while using force or fear to do so.

      Kidnapping counts as a Felony in the Penal Code of San Andreas
      The maximum time to serve for kidnapping is 35 minutes
      1.8 Murder

        Murder is the unlawful killing of a human being, or a fetus, with malice aforethought.

      Murder counts as a Felony in the Penal Code of San Andreas
      The maximum time to serve for murder is 35 minutes
      1.9 Attempted Murder

        Attempted Murder is a failure in an attempt of an unlawful killing of a human being, or a fetus, with malice aforethought.

      Attempted Murder counts as a Felony in the Penal Code of San Andreas
      The maximum time to serve for murder is 25 minutes
      1.10 Torture

        Every person who, with the intent to cause cruel or extreme pain and suffering for the purpose of revenge, extortion, persuasion, or for any sadistic purpose, inflicts great bodily injury.

      Torture counts as a Felony in the Penal Code of San Andreas
      The maximum time to serve for torture is 30 minutes
      1.11 Mayhem

        Every person who unlawfully and maliciously deprives a human being of a member of his body, or disables, disfigures, or renders it useless, or cuts or disables the tongue, or puts out an eye, or slits the nose, ear, or lip, is guilty of mayhem.

      Mayhem counts as a Felony in the Penal Code of San Andreas
      The maximum time to serve for mayhem is 35 minutes and a compensation of up to $20,000 to the victim.

      1.12 Criminal Threats

        Putting a person in fear by communicating in a threatening way, be it physical or verbal, sending a vibe of aggression and hostility or even using a phone to send a threat.

      Criminal Threats counts as a Misdemeanor in the Penal Code of San Andreas
      The maximum time to serve for criminal threats is 20 minutes

      1.13 Stalking

        Following, harassing and/or threatening another person to the point where an individual fears for his/her safety or the safety of his/her family.

      Stalking counts as a Misdemeanor in the Penal Code of San Andreas
      The maximum time to serve for stalking is 10 minutes



    TITLE 2: CRIMES AGAINST THE PERSON INVOLVING SEXUAL & PUBLIC DECENCY
      2.1 Rape

        (a) Rape is an act of sexual intercourse accomplished with a person not the spouse of the perpetrator.

        (b) Committing a sexual act on someone without consent or ability to give acceptance on.

      Rape counts as a Felony in the Penal Code of San Andreas.
      The maximum time to serve for rape is 30 minutes.

      2.2 Indecent Exposure

        (a) Exposes his body, more specifically, the private parts thereof, in any public place, or in any place where there are present other persons to be offended or annoyed thereby.

        (b) Procures, counsels, or assists any person to expose himself or take part in any model artist exhibition, or to make any other exhibition of himself to public view, or the view of any number of persons, such as is offensive to decency, or is adapted to excite to vicious or lewd thoughts or acts, is guilty of a misdemeanor.

      Indecent exposure counts as a Misdemeanor in the Penal Code of San Andreas.
      The maximum time to serve for indecent exposure is 10 minutes.

      2.3 Prostitution
        An act of prostitution can be considered as participating in any sex act in exchange for money or anything else of value, agreeing to participate in a sex act for money, or soliciting sex in exchange for money.
      Prostitution counts as a Misdemeanor in the Penal Code of San Andreas.
      The maximum time to serve for prostitution is 15 minutes.

      2.4 Child Abuse

        (a) Touching inappropriately or sexually an underage person or either committing an intercourse with an underage person. ( Below the age of eighteen )

        (b) Committing a sexual act on someone underage without consent or ability to give acceptance on.

      Child Abuse counts as a Felony in the Penal Code of San Andreas.
      The maximum time to serve for child abuse is 30 minutes.

      2.5 Sexual Assault

        (a) Touching inappropriately or sexually harassing/assaulting someone.

        (b) Any type of sexual contact or behavior that occurs the explicit consent of the recipient.

      Sexual Assault counts as a Misdemeanor in the Penal Code of San Andreas.
      The maximum time to serve for sexual assault is 20 minutes.

      2.6 Lewd Conduct with a Minor

        Any inappropriate physical contact with an underage child a.k.a someone under the age of 18.

        Lewd conduct with a minor counts as a Felony in the Penal Code of San Andreas.
        The maximum time to serve for lewd conduct with a minor is 20 minutes.

      2.7 Statutory Rape

        Having sexual relations involving someone below the "age of consent" a.k.a below the age of 18.
        People below the "age of consent" cannot legally consent to having sex.

      Statutory Rape counts as a Felony in the Penal Code of San Andreas.
      The maximum time to serve for statutory rape is 15 minutes.

      2.8 Solicitation of Prostitution

        A mere agreement or acceptance or even offer to commit a sexual act in exchange for a fee, usually money, is enough to support the solicitation charge, also meaning both parties have agreed to the intercourse therefore, both parties can be charged with solicitation.

      Solicitation of Prostitution counts as a Misdemeanor in the Penal Code of San Andreas.
      The maximum time to serve for solicitation of prostitution is 15 minutes.



    TITLE 3: CRIMES AGAINST PROPERTY
      3.1 Grand Theft Auto
        (a) Unlawful taking of a vehicle including joyriding.

        (b) Stealing a vehicle with or without the knowledge of the original owner of the car and/or unauthorized taking of another's car with the intent to permanently deprive the owner of the car.
        It may be by force, trick or false pretenses.

      Grand Theft Auto a.k.a GTA counts as a Felony in the Penal Code of San Andreas.
      The maximum time to serve for grand theft auto is 10 minutes.

      3.2 Trespassing

        (a) Intentionally entering and/or remaining on someone else's property without permission or a right do so.

        (b) Trespassing can occur on both private and public property, and you do not have to receive a verbal warning that the property is off limits. Even if you enter a structure or property with the owner's permission, you can still commit trespassing if the owner later orders you to leave but you choose to remain.

      Trespassing counts as a Misdemeanor in the Penal Code of San Andreas.
      The maximum time to serve for trespassing is 10 minutes.

      3.3 Burglary
        (a) Entry into a building illegally with intent to commit a crime, especially theft.

        (b) Burglary involves trespassing and theft, entering a building or automobile, loitering unlawfully with intent to commit any crime, not necessarily a theft - for example, vandalism.

      Burglary counts as a Misdemeanor in the Penal Code of San Andreas.
      The maximum time to serve for burglary is 10 minutes.

      3.4 Arson

        (a) A person is guilty of arson when he or she willfully and maliciously sets fire to or burns or causes to be burned or who aids, counsels, or procures the burning of, any structure, forest land, or property.

        (b)A person is guilty of unlawfully causing a fire when he recklessly sets fire to or burns or causes to be burned, any structure, forest land or property.

      Arson counts as a Felony in the Penal Code of San Andreas.
      The maximum time to serve for arson is 30 minutes.

      3.5 Grand Theft of a Firearm

        Knowingly and unlawfully obtained or used or endeavored to obtain or use a legal firearm of another,
        doing so with the intent to temporarily or permanently (a) deprive the victim of his or her right to the property or any benefit from the property, or (b) appropriate the property of the victim to his or her own use or to the use of any person not entitled to it.

      Grand Theft of a Firearm counts as a Felony in the Penal Code of San Andreas.
      The maximum time to serve for grand theft of a firearm is 20 minutes.

      3.6 Petty Theft

        Taking another person's property without consent, where the value of the property is (estimated to be) under $5000.
      Petty Theft counts as a Misdemeanor in the Penal Code of San Andreas.
      The maximum time to serve for petty theft is 10 minutes.

      3.7 Theft

        Taking another person's property without consent, where the value of the property is (estimated to be) above $5000.

      Theft counts as a Felony in the Penal Code of San Andreas.
      The maximum time to serve for theft is 10 minutes.

      3.8 Vandalism

        Damaging, destroying or defacing public or another person's property without permission of the owner of the property.
        Defacing it with graffiti or other written material like a spray can for e.x.

      Vandalism counts as a Misdemeanor in the Penal Code of San Andreas.
      The maximum time to serve for vandalism is 10 minutes.



    TITLE 4: CRIMES AGAINST PUBLIC HEALTH AND SAFETY
      4.1 Possession of a Controlled Substance

        Possessing a controlled substance with the minimum of 5 grams; anything below is at a Law Enforcement Officer's discretion. The maximum is 25 grams.

      Possession of a Controlled Substance counts as a Misdemeanor in the Penal Code of San Andreas.
      The maximum time to serve for possession of a controlled substance is 20 minutes.


      4.2 Manufacturing Drugs & Narcotics

        Manufacturing, compounding, converting, producing, processing, preparing or engaging in any of their events or offer to engage in any of these acts with respect to any illicit controlled substance.

      Manufacturing Drugs & Narcotics counts as a Felony in the Penal Code of San Andreas.
      The maximum time to serve for manufacturing drugs & narcotics is 30 minutes.


      4.3 Possession with the Intent to Distribute

        Possessing a controlled substance for sale or with the intent to sell a controlled substance or any over the counter drug (prescription included) with any of the factors present:
        • Large quantities of the drug, more than 25 grams.
        • Packaging of the drug in separate baggies or bundles.
        • Scales.
        • Large quantities of money, especially in small denominations.

      Possession with the Intent to Distribute counts as a Felony in the Penal Code of San Andreas.
      The maximum time to serve for possession with the intent to distribute is 25 minutes.


      4.4 Under the Influence of a Controlled Substance

        A person who’s under the influence of a controlled substance without the appropriate documentation(prescription or doctor’s notice).

      Under the Influence of a Controlled Substance counts as a Misdemeanor in the Penal Code of San Andreas.
      The maximum time to serve for being under the influence of a controlled substance is 10 minutes.


      4.5 Possession of Drug Paraphernalia

        Possessing a device, mechanism, or item used exclusively for the consumption of an illicit controlled substance.

      Under the Possession of Drug Paraphernalia counts as a Misdemeanor in the Penal Code of San Andreas.
      The maximum time to serve for possession of drug paraphernalia is 10 minutes or 1000 USD citation, depending on officer's discretion.



    TITLE 5: CRIMES AGAINST PUBLIC JUSTICE

      5.1 Bribery

        The attempted persuasion of a Government Official to do something against protocol or otherwise favor the possible suspect by usually offering money or materialistic valuables.

      Bribery counts as a felony in the Penal Code of San Andreas
      The maximum time to serve for bribery is 20 minutes
      5.2 Failure to Pay a Fine

        Failure to Pay a Fine is the refusal to pay a ticket from an LSPD officer or not paying a fine in time, usually two days from the given citation unless a special condition was given.

      Failure to Pay a Fine counts as a Misdemeanor in the Penal Code of San Andreas
      The maximum time to serve for failure to pay a fine is 5 minutes per each ticket.
      5.3 Dissuading a Witness Or Victim

        Either succeeding or attempting to dissuade a person, victim or witness, directly involved in a crime or a situation to lie to Law Enforcement officials about the truthful outgoings of a situation.

      Dissuading a Witness or Victim counts as a Felony in the Penal Code of San Andreas
      The maximum time to serve for dissuading a witness or victim is 10 minutes
      5.4 Impersonating a Law Enforcement Officer

        Imposing or seeming to impose as a Law Enforcement Official in public view to give off the impression you are a Law Enforcement Officer.

      Impersonating a Law Enforcement Officer counts as a Felony in the Penal Code of San Andreas
      The maximum time to serve for impersonating a law enforcement officer is 15 minutes
      5.5 Escape From Custody

        Successfully, after being taken into police custody, fleeing from police presence and breaking restraints set by Law Enforcement Officials be it jail, prison or county arrest.

      Escape from Custody counts as a Felony in the Penal Code of San Andreas
      The maximum time to serve for escape from custody is 40 minutes
      5.6 Resisting a Peace Officer

        Forcefully or otherwise restricting and denying the commands of a Police Officer, verbally or physically.

      Resisting a Peace Officer counts as a Misdemeanor in the Penal Code of San Andreas
      The maximum time to serve for resisting a peace officer is 15 minutes
      5.7 Obstruction of Justice

        (a) Trespassing on a crime scene after direct verbal direction from a Peace Officer, otherwise disobeying what the Peace Officer is commanding on scene. Also attempting to influence the juridical move of action.

        (b) Preventing an officer from doing his duties.

      Obstruction of Justice counts as a Misdemeanor in the Penal Code of San Andreas
      The maximum time to serve for obstruction of justice is 10 minutes and a fine of up to $10,000
      5.8 Assault on a Government Official

        Physically pressuring or otherwise threatening a government official with the use of your body, or aggressively attacking a government official.

      Assault on a Government Official counts as a Felony in the Penal Code of San Andreas
      The maximum time to serve for assault on a government official is 20 minutes and a fine of up to $10,000

      5.9 Withholding Information

        Not disclosing or otherwise holding back information from a Law Enforcement Official when requested to dismay the possible outcome of an investigation.

      Withholding Information counts as a Misdemeanor in the Penal Code of San Andreas
      The maximum time to serve for withholding information is 15 minutes

      5.10 Harboring a Fugitive

        (a) Keeping the location of a suspect from Police knowledge or otherwise withholding the whereabouts of a suspect.

        (b) Assisting and allowing a fugitive, criminal or prisoner or even a suspect in your house or property, hiding him from authorities.

      Harboring a Fugitive counts as a Misdemeanor in the Penal Code of San Andreas
      The maximum time to serve for a harboring a fugitive is 20 minutes


      5.11 Murder of Government Official

        Committing any kind of murder on a government official whether intentional or not. A government official can be considered an employee of LSFD, LSPD or City Hall.

      Murder of Government Official as a Felony in the Penal Code of San Andreas
      The maximum time to serve for murder of government official is 35 minutes



    TITLE 6: CRIMES AGAINST PUBLIC PEACE
      6.1 Unlawful Assembly

        (a) Two or more people, gathering together to do something illegal or to perform an act of violence/or to act violently.

        (b) Group of people with the mutual intent of deliberate disturbance of the peace. If the group are about to start the act of disturbance, it is termed a rout; if the disturbance is commenced, it is then termed a riot.

      Unlawful Assembly counts as a Misdemeanor in the Penal Code of San Andreas.
      The maximum time to serve for unlawful assembly is 20 minutes.

      6.2 Inciting a Riot

        (a) Urging people to engage in rioting and commit acts of force or violence, or to destroy a property whether a protest or not.

        (b) A riot is a public disturbance involving an act of violence by one or more persons assembled in a group of at least three people. Inciting a riot applies to a person who organizes, encourages, or participates in a riot. It can apply to one who urges or instigates others to riot.

      Inciting a Riot counts as a Felony in the Penal Code of San Andreas.
      The maximum time to serve for inciting a riot is 15 minutes.

      6.3 Public Affray
        Public affray consists of two or more persons voluntarily or by agreement engaging in any fight or using any blows or violence toward each other in an angry or quarrelsome manner in any public place, to the disturbance of others.

      Public Affray counts as a Misdemeanor in the Penal Code of San Andreas.
      The maximum time to serve for public affray is 10 minutes.

      6.4 False Report

        (a) It is unlawful for any person to intentionally make a report to a law enforcement agency or official, which report he or she knows to be false at the time of making it.

        (b) A person who either calls, contacts or talks to an officer or a law enforcement agency by any means of contact would be considered as false report if the report is indeed false while the person knows so.

      False Report counts as a Misdemeanor in the Penal Code of San Andreas.
      The maximum time to serve for false report is 10 minutes or a fine of up to 10000 USD.


        6.5 Illegal Gambling

          Being a part of a gambling activity in public or in a property without a proper gambling license.

        Illegal Gambling counts as a Misdemeanor in the Penal Code of San Andreas.
        The maximum time to serve for illegal gambling is 15 minutes.


        6.6 Animal Cruelty

          Animal cruelty refers to any sort of violence of any kind or torturing an animal by, for example, not feeding them, not caring for the animal responsibly.
          It is against the law to be cruel or to harm animals, even your own pets. Can be referred to as animal abuse or neglect.

        Animal Cruelty counts as a Misdemeanor in the Penal Code of San Andreas.
        The maximum time to serve for animal cruelty is 15 minutes.

        6.7 Terrorism

          (a) The unofficial or unauthorized use of violence and intimidation in the pursuit of political or religious aims.
          (b) Committing or attempting to commit an act of malice intended to cause fear of the massive.

        Terrorism counts as a Felony in the Penal Code of San Andreas.
        The maximum time to serve for terrorism is LIFE TIME in a federal correction facility or EXECUTION Any kind of prosecution of such level is to be made by an High Command Member. (( CK will be given for that charge. ))

        6.8 Carrying a Blade

          (a) Carrying or possessing a switchblade (A knife with a spring loaded opening mechanism) on your person or in your vehicle OR selling, offering, loaning, transferring or giving the knife to anyone else.

          (b) Carrying a knife with a blade length bigger than 3 inches.

        Carrying a Blade counts as a Misdemeanor in the Penal Code of San Andreas
        The maximum time to serve for carrying a blade is 10 minutes



      TITLE 7: CONTROL OF DEADLY WEAPONS

        7.1 Drive-By Shooting

          Technically known as "discharging a firearm from a motor vehicle." It is commonly referred to, however, as San Andrea's "drive-by shooting" law.

        Drive-By Shooting counts as a Felony in the Penal Code of San Andreas
        The maximum time to serve for drive-by shooting is 30 minutes
        7.2 Brandishing a Firearm

          It shall be unlawful for any person to point, hold or brandish any firearm or any air or gas operated weapon or any object similar in appearance, whether capable of being fired or not, in such a manner as to reasonably induce fear in the mind of another.

        Brandishing a Firearm counts as a Felony in the Penal Code of San Andreas
        The maximum time to serve for brandishing a firearm is 25 minutes
        7.3 Possession of a Firearm Without a Permit

          Holding a firearm, in your house, car, business, or private property without a proper gun license.

        Possession of Firearm a Without a Permit counts as a Felony in the Penal Code of San Andreas
        The maximum time to serve for possession of a firearm without a permit is 20 minutes
        7.4 Possession of an Illegal Firearm

          Being in possession of a gun which either does not fit to your current license holding permit or is either illegal in the state of San Andreas.

        Possession of an Illegal Firearm counts as a Felony in the Penal Code of San Andreas
        The maximum time to serve for possession of an illegal firearm is 20 minutes
        7.5 Illegal Sale of Firearm(s)

          Selling any kind of firearms to anybody be it if the one selling is holding a weapon license or not.

        Illegal Sale of Firearm(s) counts as a Felony in the Penal Code of San Andreas
        The maximum time to serve for illegal sale of firearm(s) is 40 minutes

        7.5Possession of an Unlicensed Firearm(s)

          Holding a firearm, in your house, car, business, or private property without a gun registration (Serial Number)

        Possession of an Unlicensed Firearm counts as a Felony in the Penal Code of San Andreas
        The maximum time to serve for possession of an unlicensed firearm is 10 minutes



      TITLE 8: VEHICULAR & ROAD LAWS

        8.1 Evasion in a Motor Vehicle.

          (a) While driving a motor vehicle, the person willfully attempts to flee from a police officer who is pursuing the evader in a car or on a motor bike.

          (b) Not listening to orders given by an officer to pull over and choosing to flee with a motor vehicle instead of pulling over.

        Evasion in a Motor Vehicle counts as a Felony in the Penal Code of San Andreas
        The maximum time to serve for evasion in a motor vehicle is 20 minutes and removal of the person's driving license.
        8.2 Driving While Under the Influence.

          Driving under the influence (DUI), or driving while intoxicated (DWI), is the crime of driving a motor vehicle while impaired by alcohol or other drugs (including recreational drugs and those prescribed by physicians), to a level that renders the driver incapable of operating a motor vehicle safely.

        Driving While Under the Influence counts as a Misdemeanor in the Penal Code of San Andreas
        The maximum time to serve for driving while under the influence is 15 minutes
        8.3 Refusal to Take a Breathalyzer Test.

          Refusing to take a breathalyzer test from a law enforcement officer due to suspicion of possible - driving under the influence - will result in immediate arrest for DUI.

        Refusal to Take a Breathalyzer Test counts as a Misdemeanor in the Penal Code of San Andreas
        The maximum time to serve for refusal to take a breathalyzer test is 15 minutes
        8.4 Hit & Run

          The act of colliding into a vehicle or a person and failing to stop and identify oneself afterwards.

        Hit & Run counts as a Felony in the Penal Code of San Andreas
        The maximum time to serve for a hit and run is 20 minutes and removal of the person's driving license
        8.5 Driving Without a Valid Driving License

          Driving in a motor vehicle without a driving license.

        Driving Without a Valid Driving License counts as a Misdemeanor in the Penal Code of San Andreas
        The maximum time to serve for driving without a valid driving license is 10 minutes and ban from getting a driver's license for 10 months. (( Banning the driver from DMV test for 10 paydays. ))

        8.5 Street Racing

          A person engages in a speed racing when he or she uses a motor vehicle to race against another vehicle, usually involves speeding, reckless driving and sports cars but not necessarily.

        Street Racing counts as a Misdemeanor in the Penal Code of San Andreas
        The maximum time to serve for street racing is 10 minutes an impound for the vehicle used in the race(s), removal of the person's driving license and ban from getting a new driving license for 5 months. (( 5 Paydays. ))



      TITLE 9: CITATIONS
        9.1 Speeding

          The action of going over the speed limit by the stated legal road limit.

        Punishment: Going over the limit by:
        05 - 10 MPH - $250
        11 - 20 MPH - $500
        21 - 30 MPH - $1000
        31+ MPH - Removal of License and a $2000 citation.

        9.2 Illegal Parked
          Parking your vehicle that may cause an obstruction to other road users or a hazard at the given offense. This can also be parking in a 'no parking zone'.

        Punishment:
        Illegally parked: $500 citation.
        Causing obstruction to others: Impound vehicle for $1000.

        9.3 Reckless Driving

          Recklessly maneuvering your vehicle, causing danger to other road users and or pedestrians.

        Punishment: $1000 citation and a removal of license depending on how much danger it caused.

        9.4 Undue Care & Attention

          Using your mobile phone whilst driving or eating or drinking whilst driving or driving without your headlights on at night or smoking whilst driving or over-revving the engine or performing a burnout/wheel spin on the front/rear/all tires.

        Punishment: $750 citation.

        9.5 Illegal Usage Of Vehicle Mortification(s)

          Using any sort of vehicle modification such as hydraulics in a public area.

        Punishment: Impound vehicle for $1000.

        9.6 Failure To Display Registration Plate

          Failing to display the registration (license) plate upon the proper locations that should be placed upon the vehicle.

        Punishment: $500 citation.

        9.7 Failure To Wear A Seat Restraint

          Failing to wear a seat belt or harness. Can ticket to anyone above the age of 16. If they are below the age of 16 then the driver receives the ticket as then it is the driver's responsibility.

        Punishment: $250 citation.

        9.8 Failure To Yield At An Intersection

          When the driver has not slowed down and/or checked the intersection by stopping for any oncoming vehicles that may submerge from the road.

        Punishment: $500 citation.

        9.9 Stop Sign Violation

          When the driver has not stopped at the stop sign in the correct location in order to give-way to other vehicles.

        Punishment: $750 citation.

        9.10 Overloading Vehicle

          When the vehicle has been overloaded with passengers that do not have the required amount of seats and/or luggage that exceeds the maximum weight capacity of a standard vehicle.

        Punishment: $250 citation and ticket anyone who is not wearing a suitable seat restraint.

        9.11 Going Off Road Without Suitable Off Road Tires.

          When the vehicle goes off road without the suitable off road tires, causing a hazard to them-self and anyone in the vicinity.

        Punishment: $250 citation.

        9.12 Jay-walking.

          Crossing a main road where there is not a designated pedestrian crossing and/or intersection to cross safely at.

        Punishment: $250 citation.

        9.13 Purchasing Cigarettes For A Minor

          Purchasing cigarettes for someone who is not above the legal smoking age of 18. Although you must be 21 to buy cigarettes.

        Punishment: $100 citation.

        9.14 Facial Obstruction

          Covering your facial region with no excuse.

        Punishment: $250 citation.

        9.15 Urinating Or Defecating In Public

          Urinating or defecating in a public region that is not a stated W/C.

        Punishment: $500 citation.

        9.16 Loitering

          Hanging around a business or company with no attention of purchasing a product from that said business/company.

        Punishment: $100 citation.

        9.17 Fly Tipping

          Throwing away useless property / rubbish at a non designated site.

        Punishment: $350 citation.

        9.18 Public Indecency

          Over exposing body parts or nudity in public or causing havoc towards members of the public or playing excessively loud music to members of the public against their own will or pulling pranks against members of the public against their own will.

        Punishment: $400 citation.

        9.19 Public Drinking

          Consumption of intoxicating / alcoholic drinks in public at a non designated area.

        Punishment: $150 citation and confiscation of alcohol.


        9.20 Prank Calling

          Making phone calls, text messages or emails reported as annoying or harassing.

        Punishment: $1500 citation for each call.



      GENERAL INFORMATION

        1. Aiding & Abetting

          Aiding and abetting generally means to somehow assist in the commission of a crime, or to be an accomplice. It involves a plan to commit a crime or to commit acts, the probable consequences of which are criminal.
          An accomplice may assist or encourage the main offender with the same intent to have the crime committed, but does not necessarily have to be present when the crime is actually committed. However, without sharing the criminal intent, one who is merely present when a crime occurs and stands by silently is not an accomplice, regardless of the harm that could've been prevented if he/she had acted.

        Aiding and abetting will result of being sentenced for 50% of the actual charge's time.

        2. Citations

          Citations prices are up to the officer's decision. Maximum price allowed is the one stated at the penal code.

        3. Speed Limits

          The speed limits stated by the State of San Andreas:

          Freeway (rural) : 65–70 mph (105–113 km/h)
          Freeway (trucks): 55 mph (89 km/h)
          Freeway (urban): 50–65 mph (80–105 km/h)
          Divided (rural): 55–65 mph (89–105 km/h)
          Undivided (rural): 50–65 mph (80–105 km/h)
          Residential: 25–30 mph (40–48 km/h)

        4. Female body check

          As a female, you have the right to request a female officer to proceed with your body check if your religion / agenda prevents it from you.


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