An Amendment To The Traffic Revision Act To Restore An Overcharged Plaintiff’s Faith
§ 1 – PURPOSE OF AMENDMENT
a) The Firestone Traffic Revision Act (specifically part 4 as classified on the Firestone Forums) shall be amended.
i. The Firestone Traffic Revision Act (“Act”) shall be defined as: Firestone Traffic Revision Act [Part 4]
ii. Chapter 9 § 1(11) of the Act shall be amended.
iii. Should any part of this amendment be ruled as unconstitutional, the contents of that particular part are to be considered severed.
§ 2 – AMENDMENT TO EXISTING TEXT
a) Given that Chapter 9 § 1(11) requires mere occurrences for an officer to move to the next tier in the tier-based offense system explained in this section, which rigidly disrupts the passage for justice overcharged plaintiffs may pursue for, it is pertinent to amend the existing text to ensure the process of proving an overcharged suit is equitable and rational.
i. Chapter 9 § 1(11) of the Act shall be amended to now state the following: “The 3 F.S.C. 45 Supreme Court ruling shall not apply to any offenses laid out within this act. When an offense from this Act cannot be used as sole grounds for an arrest, law enforcement officers may still include such an offense as one of the reasons for an arrest as long as the offense does not contribute to the total incarceration time. For offenses under this Act, law enforcement officers shall consider these prior included offenses, as well as prior offenses with incorrectly issued penalties, to determine the tier (first offense, second offense, etc.) of an offense and its penalty. Law enforcement officers shall not consider sealed, expunged, pardoned, or otherwise removed records to determine the tier of an offense and its penalty.”
ii. Chapter 9 § 1(11)(a) shall be created and state the following: “An offense shall be defined as any of the charges laid out within this act.”
iii. Chapter 9 § 1(11)(b) shall be created and state the following: “A penalty shall be defined as the citation or arrest laid out within this Act for offenses, respectively.”
§ 3 – CONCLUSION
a) Upon passing the constitutional process for creating law, this amendment shall take full effect (24) hours after its official passage.
Respectfully submitted to the Congress of the State of Firestone,
Deputy Attorney General SerZhukov, Esq.
Senator cooldudesub, Esq.
Speaker Pro tempore L_3ee