This should be implemented into Firestone, I mean it would be great for users who can afford it wipe there records. It would be 200 R$ and will not change even if you have a $10 citation. If you have any record, it’ll wipe (but to make this fancy, you can wipe there vehicle and maybe a money refund). This would be cool if I saw it in Firestone, would give users a second chance. And to even beef this up, this should only be a one-time purchase. So criminals don’t have 3 chances.
No refund for anything just the 200 R$ Criminal record whip because it should cost a lot to whip your records THOUGH this does make the expungement process useless in many ways
Paying money to enhance your government reputation doesn’t really sound like a good thing to me.
You know what’s the point of justice? The point of justice that it’s even for everyone, ignoring who has more money.
Hahahahaha no. If this happens the Courts will start taking down Arrest reports and keeping a database for employers and the government. Get an expungement.
expungements counts for citations right
LOL so I could be in a gang and kill 100 officers and just spend 200rb, which is about a dollar for me, to get EVVEERRYYTHINNGG removed? No support.
no no no no no, this makes firestone courts worthless
courts take long anyway soo
but still no
you’ve gotta remember, not many justices, many cases.
they still take too long with cases, if thats the case hire more
No, because some criminals could essentially pay their crimes off without repercussion for them.
@RulishhThis sounds like a corrupt thing to do, seriously the only reason you bring this up might be because you have an arrest record.
No, We are not making firestone pay to win.
The average case time is >two weeks, which is pretty good.
Well sir, in your state’s bill of rights it clearly states:
Citizens shall never be asked to pay any obligatory fees or taxes to the State of Firestone, neither shall businesses ever be asked by the Department of Commerce to pay any kind of rent or one-time payment.”
Paying to remove a record that has a chance of being false in the first place screams court fees to me.
It wouldn’t be a obligatory fee, so it would be legal. It’s still a bad idea.
this is kinda a good idea the addresses the core problems of RP groups like us:
You can have fun as whatever role you want, criminal or cop. Just because you play as a criminal a little doesn’t mean you will make a bad state official, it’s a game not real life. Look I me, I was a real killer in v1, yet I was a great member of SCFD, DOT, Senate, and even the Health Secretary.
Has any of our state officials killed people in other games like GTA or COD? Does that mean they’re a bad person? no
but what this is going for is: it’s a good way for payment for the devs (this would be high-demand) or something, and this could be a only one-time use. So like, if you were an idiota and went afk on the grass away from fedoras house (LIKE ME) and got cited, you would want to clear your record since you can’t get a job nowhere.
I have never seen a Department dent someone for a citation. Hell, I have two for redlight violations. Furthermore, get it expunged.