to Redefine Running a Red Light
Due to recent issues at Stapleton County on running a red light and the nullification of a legislation, Congress shall redefine running a red light.
BE IT ENACTED BY THE STATE OF FIRESTONE CONGRESS HERE ASSEMBLED THAT:
(a) Section 5A of A Bill to establish road laws (revised) now reads: a ‘Running a Red Light’ is defined as an operator of a motor vehicle completely going through and ignoring a red traffic light unless he/she is turning right or is forced to pass through by an emergency vehicle, maintenance issues, et cetera. Violators will be fined no less than fifty (50) dollars and no more than eighty (80) dollars.
(a) Section 5A of A Bill to establish road laws (revised) shall now read: Drivers will have the ability to turn right on a red light unless if there is a red arrow in the direction a driver wishes to turn, or a sign that disallows the said action. Drivers shall be mandated to stop at any red light for a minimum of three seconds before turning right onto the new road. Any individual using a vehicle that drives through an intersection, road, street, turns right on red without stopping, etc, when a red light appears on a traffic light shall be charged with Running a Red Light.
(b) All individuals shall be charged with a misdemeanor should they be charged for Running a Red Light. Law enforcement officers will have the option of giving a verbal warning or issuing a citation that shall be no less than sixty dollars to no more than one-hundred dollars.
A Bill to establish road laws revised shall be defined as: A Bill to Establish to Road Laws (Re-vised)
(a) The Firestone State Patrol, Stapleton County Sheriff’s Office, Department of Homeland Security, and Department of Corrections shall uphold the duty of enforcing the law against the crime of Running a Red Light.
(a) All laws/legislation that go in conflict with the charge of ‘Running a Red Light’ are hereby declared null and void.
(b) Upon passage of this legislation by both the Senate, the House of Representatives, and subsequently being signed by the Governor, this bill shall be made law and go into effect immediately without unnecessary delay.
Senator DevMartavis, Chief Sponsor