SECTION I: This Act shall go into effect as an Act of Congress upon the completion of the constitutionally required processes.
SECTION II: Should any part of this Act be stuck down and/or declared unenforceable, then that part shall be severed with the rest remaining in full force and effect unless all is struck down and/or declared unenforceable.
SECTION III: This Act shall be implemented by the Manager of the Criminal Code and enforced by all Law Enforcement Officers and Courts of the State of Firestone.
SECTION IV-A: For the purposes of this Act—
SECTION IV-C: Chapter 3, Section 2 of the Firestone Criminal Code can be accessed here: Trello
SECTION IV-D: Chapter 6, Section 5 of the Firestone Criminal Code can be accessed here: Trello
SECTION V-A: Chapter 3, Section 2, subsection a3 of the Firestone Criminal Code shall be amended.
SECTION V-B: Chapter 3, Section 2, subsection a3 of the Firestone Criminal Code currently states: “Taking money from a dead subject shall not be considered theft.”
SECTION V-C: Chapter 3, Section 2, subsection a3 of the Firestone Criminal Code shall now state: “Taking money which is dropped upon the death of an individual shall not be considered theft.”
SECTION VI-A: Chapter 6, Section 5, subsection c shall be added to the Firestone Criminal Code.
SECTION VI-B: Chapter 6, Section 5, subsection c shall state: “If a law enforcement officer is performing or preparing for a forensic analysis of dropped money, it shall be illegal to collect that money. The delinquent shall have committed obstruction of justice, not destroying evidence under this section.”
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