A BILL TO CRIMINALIZE IDLING NEAR A FELONY STOP
BE IT ENACTED BY THE STATE OF FIRESTONE SENATE HERE ASSEMBLED THAT:
SECTION 1: This legislation shall make the stopping near a felony stop illegal.
A. To prevent means of escape for persons suspected of committing a crime.
B. To protect the citizens of the State of Firestone from the inherent [or potential] dangers which may find themselves spanning from a felony stop.
SECTION 2: Idling, stopping, parking, exiting a vehicle at or near, or the attempt of any aforementioned action thereof to or at a felony stop shall be illegal.
A. 'Near’ shall be defined as a circular radius around the entirety of a felony stop spanning 100 studs.
SECTION 3: A felony stop shall be defined as https://www.roblox.com/library/1172844723/POST-High-Risk-Stop-Diagram
A. Any person who commits any action outlined in §2 shall be guilty of Unlawfully Idling.
B. Any person who commits the crime of Unlawfully Idling shall be cited no less than $50 FSD and no more than $300 FSD for their first, second, and/or third offenses, and be charged with a misdemeanor carrying no more than three hundred (300) seconds of imprisonment on offenses exceeding their third.
SECTION 4: Upon passage, it is with immediate effect that the Stapleton County Sheriff’s Office, Firestone State Patrol, Firestone Department of Homeland Security, and Firestone Department of Transportation shall be obliged to enforce this legislation.
SECTION 5: Upon passage, this legislation shall take immediate effect.
Respectfully submitted to the Senate of the State of Firestone,
DHS Deputy Secretary, Airplane1221