An Amendment to C.III.IV

An Amendment to C.III.IV

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

§1: Article III, Section IV of the Constitution shall be amended.

(a): C.III.IV currently states: “Warrants may be either for the purpose of arrest or for search and seizure. An arrest warrant permits and requires law enforcement to arrest the person(s) in question one (1) single time; said law enforcement may arrest for max time permitted in game for anyone holding an arrest warrant. A search and seizure warrant permits and requires law enforcement to search the person(s) in question and their property, as well as seize any possessions that may link the person(s) in question to a crime. Any law enforcement official may request a warrant. Only judges of State Courts, composed of the Supreme Court, Appeals Court, and the District Court may issue warrants. A law enforcement request is not necessary for a judge to issue a warrant. For a warrant to be issued, evidence must be provided proving the commission of a crime beyond doubt and the preferred duration of said warrant must be provided. No warrant shall last more than sixty (60) days. No warrant may be for unjust purposes, and no warrant may be issued for an unnecessarily long period. An issued warrant may be nullified and voided by the Chief Court Justice should it be deemed plausible by the Chief Court Justice. All warrants must be made through a Google Drive PDF, a Firestone Forum, or a legitimate Trello card signed by an actual or previous member of the Firestone Judiciary on either of the following boards in the list “Warrants” or “Active Warrants”.”

(b): C.III.IV shall now state: Warrants may be either for the purpose of arrest or for search and seizure. An arrest warrant permits and requires law enforcement to arrest the person(s) in question one (1) single time; said law enforcement may arrest for max time permitted in game for anyone holding an arrest warrant. A search and seizure warrant permits and requires law enforcement to search the person(s) in question and their property, as well as seize any possessions that may link the person(s) in question to a crime. Any law enforcement official may request a warrant. Only judges of State Courts, composed of the Supreme Court, Appeals Court, and the District Court may issue warrants. A law enforcement request is not necessary for a judge to issue a warrant. For a warrant to be issued, evidence must be provided proving the commission of a crime beyond doubt and the preferred duration of said warrant must be provided. No warrant shall last more than sixty (60) days. No warrant may be for unjust purposes, and no warrant may be issued for an unnecessarily long period. An issued warrant may be nullified and voided by the Chief Court Justice should it be deemed plausible by the Chief Court Justice. All warrants must be made through a Google Drive PDF, a Firestone Forum, or a legitimate Trello card signed by an actual or previous member of the Firestone Judiciary on either of the following boards in the list “Active Warrants” or “Search Warrants”.

§2: This legislation shall go into immediate effect upon passing both chambers of congress.

Respectfully submitted to House of the State of Firestone,

Chief Sponsor(s):
Representative SUPAHSHARP

Co-Sponsor(s):
District Court Justice Ogax

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