Criminal Code General Amendments

Criminal Code General Amendments

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

SECTION 1.1: Chapter 4, Section 6, subsection a1 of the Firestone Criminal Code currently states, “(a1) The act of attempting to commit a crime shall be the act of knowingly taking steps towards the commission of an offense that has been deemed illegal by law

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SECTION 1.2: Chapter 4, Section 6, subsection a1 of the Firestone Criminal Code shall now state, “(a1) Attempting to commit a crime shall be the act of, with the intent to commit a criminal offense, taking considerable steps towards its commission but failing to commit it.”.

SECTION 2.1: Chapter 4, Section 1, subsection a1 of the Firestone Criminal Code currently states, “(a1) The act of criminal threats shall be the act of threatening to kill or physically harm another person”.

SECTION 2.2: Chapter 4, Section 1, subsection a1 of the Firestone Criminal Code shall now state, “(a1) Criminal threats shall be the act of - through words or actions - inducing fear of unlawful injury or death of any person or animal.”.

SECTION 3.1: Chapter 2, Section 6, subsection a1 of the Firestone Criminal Code currently states, “(a1) Assault shall be the act of attempting to willfully and maliciously making physical contact with another person without their consent.”.

SECTION 3.2 Chapter 2, Section 6, subsection a1 of the Firestone Criminal Code shall now state, “(a1) Assault shall be the act of unlawfully attempting or threatening to maliciously inflict physical harm upon another person without consent through physical means or through utilizing the in-game chatting system to express a clear and objective act of inflicting physical harm upon another person while within close vicinity to such a person.”.

SECTION 4.1: Chapter 2, Section 8, subsection a1 of the Firestone Criminal Code currently states, “(a1) Battery shall be the act of willfully and maliciously touching another person without their consent”.

SECTION 4.2: Chapter 2, Section 8, subsection a1 of the Firestone Criminal Code shall now state, “(a1) Battery shall be the act of unlawfully and maliciously inflicting physical harm upon another person without consent through physical means or through utilizing the in-game chatting system to express a clear and objective act of inflicting physical harm upon another person while within close vicinity to such a person.”.

SECTION 5.1: Chapter 1, Section 5, subsections b1, b2, b3, b4, b5, b6, c, and d shall be added to the Firestone Criminal Code.

SECTION 5.2: Chapter 1, Section 5, subsection a1 of the Firestone Criminal Code currently states, “(a1) The act of impersonation shall be the act of establishing oneself as something that the person is not, in a blatantly negligent or malicious manner. Subjects shall only be penalized for impersonating persons employed within the Government of Firestone (law enforcement officials, government officials, public service employees, etc.)”.

SECTION 5.3: Chapter 1, Section 5, subsection a1 of the Firestone Criminal Code shall now state, “(a1) Impersonation shall be committing any of the acts prescribed in subsections (b1), (b2), (b3), (b4), (b5), and (b6) of this section.”

SECTION 5.4: Chapter 1, Section 5, subsection b1 of the Firestone Criminal Code shall state, “(b1) While playing any Roblox game under the jurisdiction of Firestone, wearing any catalog item which is: under the group store of any department; the same as a catalog item under the group store of any department; or which so closely resembles a catalog item under the group store of any department that it is still reasonably identifiable to such a department, when not currently:

- Employed by or permitted to represent the department; or
- The suitable rank or position within the department for the catalog item; or
- On the team provided for the department except when permitted by the department or when having not physically moved yet in the Roblox game.”.

SECTION 5.5: Chapter 1, Section 5, subsection b2 of the Firestone Criminal Code shall state, “(b2) Physically displaying or requesting to be physically displayed publicly a vehicle with its license plate the same as or extremely similar to an actual or possible callsign of a departmental employee when not currently:

- The departmental employee assigned to such a callsign; or
- On the team provided for the government agency except when permitted by the department.”.

SECTION 5.6: Chapter 1, Section 5, subsection b3 of the Firestone Criminal Code shall state, “(b3) Acting in the capacity of a departmental employee anywhere under the jurisdiction of Firestone when not currently:

- Employed by or permitted to represent the department; or
- The suitable rank or position within the department for the acted departmental employee; or
- On the team provided for the department except when permitted by the department, when having not physically moved yet in the Roblox game, or when not in a Roblox game under the jurisdiction of Firestone.”.

SECTION 5.7: Chapter 1, Section 5, subsection b4 of the Firestone Criminal Code shall state, “(b4) While playing any Roblox game under the jurisdiction of Firestone, wearing any piece of clothing which reasonably resembles that of an inmate while not being currently incarcerated.”.

SECTION 5.8: Chapter 1, Section 5, subsection b5 of the Firestone Criminal Code shall state, “(b5) Creating or distributing any material under the name of a person or entity which they do not lawfully represent.”.

SECTION 5.9: Chapter 1, Section 5, subsection b6 of the Firestone Criminal Code shall state, “(b6) Acting in the capacity of any government official anywhere under the jurisdiction of Firestone when not currently such a government official with the malicious intent to deceit another person or entity.”.

SECTION 5.10: Chapter 1, Section 5, subsection c of the Firestone Criminal Code shall state, “© In this section, a department shall be defined as the Stapleton County Fire Department, the SCFD: Search and Rescue, the Stapleton County Sheriff’s Office, the SCSO: SWAT Division, the Firestone Park Service, the Firestone Department of Boating and Waterways, the Firestone Bureau of Investigations, the Firestone Department of Public Works, the Firestone Department of Corrections, the FDOC: Marine Division, the Firestone Department of Homeland Security, the Firestone Department of Transportation, the Firestone National Guard, the FNG: Military Police, the FNG: Coast Guard, the Firestone State Patrol, and the FSP: Air Support Unit. A departmental employee is any person employed by the respective department.”.

SECTION 5.11: Chapter 1, Section 5, subsection d of the Firestone Criminal Code shall state, “(d) Any person previously employed by the Firestone National Guard or its subdivisions and honorably discharged from the same shall be permitted to represent the department. The rank and position which they possessed prior to being honorably discharged shall be their current suitable rank or position, even if the person is not currently employed by the Firestone National Guard or its subdivisions.”.

SECTION 5.12: Chapter 1, Section 5, subsection a2 and subsection b of the Firestone Criminal Code shall be declared null and void.

SECTION 6.1: Chapter 2, Section 12, subsection a1 of the Firestone Criminal Code currently states, “(a1) Stalking shall be the act of maliciously harassing another subject with the intent to deprive them of their ability to enjoy Stapleton County.”.

SECTION 6.2 Chapter 2, Section 12, subsection a1 of the Firestone Criminal Code shall now state, “(a1) Stalking shall be the act of willfully and continuously following another person with the intent to induce unreasonable fear or distress.”.

SECTION 6.3: Chapter 2, Section 12, subsection a2 of the Firestone Criminal Code currently states, “(a2) Exceptions to this clause are present when the subject being stalked is an official of the government”.

SECTION 6.4 Chapter 2, Section 12, subsection a2 of the Firestone Criminal Code shall now state, “(a2) Any on-duty law enforcement officer during the commission of their duties or person acting in good faith to prevent a reasonable chance of injury or death shall be exempt from this section.”.

SECTION 7.1: Chapter 4, Section 10 of the Firestone Criminal Code shall now be a Class A misdemeanor and result in an arrest time of 400-600 seconds.

SECTION 7.2: Chapter 4, Section 12 of the Firestone Criminal Code shall now be a Class C felony and shall result in an arrest time of 600 seconds and a citation amount of 500 dollars.

Respectfully submitted to the Congress of the State of Firestone,

Chief Sponsor(s):
Representative ElloNT
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