STATE OF FIRESTONE CONGRESS HERE ASSEMBLED THAT:
Section 1: Title, Effect, Enforcement, and Nullification
A) This bill shall be known as “A Bill to Make Damage to Government Property Illegal”.
B) Upon passage into law this act shall take effect immediately.
C) Any person whom is designated as an LEO or an employee within an LEA is permitted to execute this act.
D) Upon passage into law the act entitled “A Bill to Make Damage to Government Property Illegal” (A Bill to Make Damage to Government Property Illegal) shall be null and void.
Section 2: Illegalities
A) It shall be unlawful for a person to willfully, without the permission of the owner or a representative the owner, destroy, otherwise cause damage to, or attempt to destroy or cause damage to the property of another or the government. Such an act shall be regarded as “Willfully Causing Damage”.
B) It shall be unlawful for a person to accidentally, not willfully, cause damage, or destroy, to the property of another or the government.
Section 3: Definitions
A) Hereinafter the words (or sentences referencing government property) “government property” shall refer to any vehicle owned by or seized by the government, any building owned by the government, any assist owned or operated by the government.
B) Hereinafter the word “government” shall refer to any government lawfully operating within the State of Firestone and shall include the State, County, and Cities.
Section 5: Results from Illegalities
A) Actions in violation of section 3 of this act shall be regarded as arrestable, chargeable in the court of law, a felony (only in the case of a violation of subsection A of section 3 of this act), and a misdemeanor (only in the case of a violation of subsection B of section 3 of this act).
B) Felonious violations of this act, as defined by subsection A of this section, shall result in the seizure of the person by a Law Enforcement Officer for a maximum of 900 seconds within the Prison along with, or in lue of, a citation being issued to the offender for no less than the amount of damage perpetrated by the offender plus six hundred dollars ($600).
C) Misdemeanor violations of this act, as defined by subsection A of this section, shall result in issuance of a citation to the offender for no less than the amount of damage perpetrated by the offender.
D) This section shall not be constructed to limited in any way the Judiciary from assigning more or less time in prison for a violation of this law. It shall also not be constructed to limit the judiciary from just utilizing prison terms for violations of this act.
Respectfully submitted to the Congress of the State of Firestone,