A Bill to Allow the Courts More Legroom

A Bill to Allow the Courts More Legroom

PREAMBLE: To establish a larger amount of realism in a regular Firestone courtroom.

BE IT ENACTED BY THE STATE OF FIRESTONE CONGRESS HEREBY ASSEMBLED THAT:

SECTION 1: The term “motion” shall be defined as: a professional request articulated by one party in the courtroom, be it directed to the opposing party, the judge, the courts, or the case in itself.

SECTION 1A: The term “Firestone Courts” shall be defined as: Firestone Courts - Roblox

SECTION 1B: The term “Firestone Department of Justice” shall be defined as:

SECTION 1C: The term “presiding judge” shall be defined as: an approved and appropriate judicial officer executing [his/her/their] duties; the judge within the Firestone Courts who is in charge of a case.

SECTION 2: The following motions shall be able to be used in Firestone Courts: motion for dismissal, motion to falsify evidence, motion to admit evidence, motion for nolle prosequi, motion for summary judgement, motion to strike, motion for a directed verdict.

SECTION 2A: Motion for dismissal shall be recognized and submitted before trial by the plaintiff, provided the case has not been adopted by the Firestone Department of Justice. The motion shall be denied if the case has been adopted by the Firestone Department of Justice, assuming the original plaintiff submitted the motion. If the Firestone Department of Justice wishes to submit a motion to dismissal to a criminal case, they may. A motion for dismissal is only valid during active court proceedings if both sides of the court (prosecutor and defendant) concurrently agree with the motion. If the motion is submitted and articulated directly to the judge before/during trial, assuming the preceding procedures have been followed, then the case must be dismissed and dealt with accordingly.

SECTION 2B: Motion for falsify evidence shall be recognized and submitted before trial by either the plaintiff, prosecutor, or the defendant. The motion shall only be approved by the presiding judge if: the evidence (1) doesn’t prove guilt of the defendant, or (2) is ruled unfit for the court by the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Firestone (with due reason). If the motion is approved, the piece(s) of evidence will not be usable in the court case it respects.

SECTION 2C: Motion to admit evidence shall be recognized before or during trial by either the plaintiff, prosecutor, or the defendant. The motion shall only be approved by the presiding judge if the evidence (1) has a certain level of quality assumed at the presiding judge’s discretion.

SECTION 2D: Motion for nolle prosequi shall be recognized and submitted before trial by a State prosecutor employed within the Firestone Department of Justice. This motion shall only be approved by the presiding judge if: (1) the prosecutor has written a short statement regarding the motion, (2) the prosecutor has properly articulated the motion before trial, and (3) the case includes criminal charges. If such a motion is approved (meeting the preceding standards), then the case must be dismissed on behalf of the Firestone Department of Justice.

SECTION 2E: Motion for summary judgement shall be recognized and submitted during trial by the plaintiff, prosecutor, or the defendant. The motion shall only be approved by by the presiding judge if (1) both parties in the case agree, or (2) the judge sees fit. If the motion is approved by the presiding judge, then the case must skip all later procedures and be decided.

SECTION 2F: Motion to strike shall be recognized and submitted during trial by the plaintiff, prosecutor, or the defendant. The motion shall be approved by the presiding judge if (1) the defendant said nothing noticeably incriminating. If the motion is approved by the presiding judge, then a person’s previous testimony, statements, or any actions will be revoked, provided these actions were committed during court. An action resulting in contempt of court cannot be interposed by a motion to strike.

SECTION 2G: Motion for a directed verdict shall be recognized and submitted during trial by the defense. The motion shall only be approved by the presiding judge if (1) the prosecutor or plaintiff has ended [their] arguments, submission of evidence, (2) the presiding judge (at his/her/their) discretion approves the motion. If the motion is approved by the presiding judge, he/her/they will dismiss the case.

SECTION 3: Motions may be further defined and established in other pieces of legislation.

SECTION 4: The courts have full authority to reinterpret/hinder the definition of any plausible motions.

SECTION 5: If an attorney, adjudicator, or any other officer within the Firestone Department of Justice or the Firestone Courts does not acknowledge any motions listed and defined above (provided they meet all expectations and requirements), he/she/they are eligible and may be recommended for a contempt of court charge.

SECTION 6: This legislation shall take effect upon its approval.

SECTION 7: All laws in conflict with this legislation are hereby declared null and void.

Respectfully submitted to the State of Firestone Congress,

Chief Sponsor:
Rep. yosebleed

Co-Sponsors:
Rep. Sir_Mr
Sen. MrEmote
Rep. PewDiePie

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