(I base my statement off of the Prisoners Rights Nullification Act, aka Prisoners Rights Nullification Act)
So @AlexTheAviatorRBLX has made a bill which if passed would completely nullify the sole act that describes and protects the rights of Prisoners in this county. I personally think this act should fail as it removes a huge cornerstone of interactions between prisoners, the legal system, and the DOC and roleplay within Prisons, while it also removes the rights of everyone who is arrested within Stapleton County. That seems a bit unfair, innit?
I urge all Congressmen(or congresswomen) reading this to nay this bill once it gets into voting.
yes i know the bill of rights still applies to inmates Auto, i dont have brain damage
Prisoner rights are hardly exercised, and are generally unnecessary, opening up a pathway for abuse by inmates.
all this bill does is create unnecessary obligations for things that happen in RP anyway and enables those with NITRP to exploit the law for their own advantage
This bill is also redundant as you yourself noted (yet seem to ignore) prisoners are protected by the likes of the BOR.
This is also a bill from 2016 that has basically never been used, at least in contemporary times.
I don’t see anything wrong with this. Granted I’ve read a brief bit but from my understanding, it’s just medical attention for inmates.
The prison has (I think) an infirmary that could be utilised for roleplay rather than taking the suspect to SCMC.
Also as the previous two commentators have said, the law is basically useless and you’re just complaining about something that doesn’t matter, at all.
why dont you read the bill before you make this post lol
im not gonna argue with you, this bill is literally as old as this state. poorly written, has completely no use at all.
tfw i use a way too provocative title and get it all wrong. still, go ahead and keep mocking my stupidity (because i need criticism in order to grow as a person)
i am not calling you stupid, just respectfully asking you to read the bill before you start this. i have nothing against you at all
even if someone is injured and scmc is active (in the near future) they just get transported to us anyways
support. while I agree that some changes can be made to the law, I believe it is beneficial to enshrine in statute the right to shelter and healthcare when incarcerated. this law also defines a circumstance in which inmates may be authorized by DOC personnel to be transferred to the hospital: per the jailbreak statute, such circumstances must be defined by law.
Please, don’t bring role play to this…. That doesn’t exist in firestone these days.
This decision was made after some decisions and conversations in #bill-suggestions (i think) in the congress server
I anticipate a rewritten version of this bill in order to fill the gaps while still allowing prisoners some room to rp.
Anyways, even if the nullification passes, I or another Congress person will likely draft a new version of it.
then why not bring it back?
I’ve had this issue so many times before. Roleplay within prison is near impossible. One people don’t comply. Issues with transportation to SCMS is that prisoners can usually use that as an advantage to escape, which has happened many times personally. People simply gonna use it as an advantage.
there’s obviously going to be guards on the transfer to SCMS
besides wouldn’t just taking advantage of it to escape be FRP? i mean hard to get out of an ambulance escorted by multiple armed guards when your limbs are crippled and you have no weaponry
besides this point, half the inmates that are imprisoned are just trolls. its rare you’ll see a criminal RP in a prison. plus there is a whole infirmary in the prison for anything like this. prisoners are protected by the likes of BOR.
i dont even know how this bill could be re-written.