A Bill to Redefine the Act of "Inflicting Chaos"

A BILL
to Redefine the Act of “Inflicting Chaos”

PREAMBLE
The previous inflicting chaos statue was vague and allowed for partial understanding. In this piece of legislation, inflicting chaos will be redefined which would allow for full understanding. Maintaining an orderly society is needed, limitations must be made to preserve this aspect.

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

SECTION 1. “A Bill to Define Inflicting Chaos” shall be null and void;

(a) “A Bill to Define Inflicting Chaos” shall be defined as;
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SECTION 2.

(a) The act of intentionally causing massive disturbance and/or panic within the State of Firestone on the premise of any kind of personal enjoyment or attention shall hereby be declared and considered a criminal offense. Those who commit said offense shall be prosecuted accordingly.

(b) Upon successful conviction by a court of law, and being found guilty of inflicting chaos, a mandatory sentence of thirty (30) minutes of imprisonment, and a maximum sentence of four (4) hours shall be mandated as punishment for this offense.

(c.) Any individual with the power of arrest may use discretion to determine if, in a certain instance, this was a misdemeanor or felony when committed.

(d) However, for this offense to be a misdemeanor, the accused must pose no active threat that would otherwise cause bodily harm to any other person.

(e) Additionally, for this offense to be a felony, the accused must pose an active threat to a person that would ultimately cause harm or concur with section 2A of this article.

(f) This must have been genuinely committed in a residential, public, or commercial area.

SECTION 3.

(a) All law enforcement agencies shall be authorized to arrest for this offense. The Executive Branch shall enforce this statue through those law enforcement agencies. The Courts shall have the authority to hear cases and determine, whether guilty or innocent–misdemeanor or felony, given that this offense is grounds for prosecution.

SECTION 4.

(a) Upon passage by both chambers of Congress and signed by the Governor, this legislation shall be effective and binding immediately.

Respectfully submitted to the State of Firestone Congress on this day,

Chief Sponsor:
Representative Brotix_RBLX

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