Establishment of Section XV of the Bill of Rights

Establishment of Section XV of the Bill of Rights

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

Preamble:

The citizens of the State of Firestone have faced utter confusion and frustration when confronted by law enforcement personnel as to they are being either being detained or arrested. Law enforcement officers have chosen to arrest without reason which makes the citizens left in question and feeling that their right to information has been completely violated.

Section 1: Section XV (15) of the Firestone Bill of Rights shall be established and shall read: β€œLaw enforcement officers within the State of Firestone shall be required to state a reason to an individual in question as to why he or she is being detained or is being placed under arrest. Citizens within the State of Firestone who are either placed under arrest or are detained shall have the right to question the law enforcement officer as to why he or she is being detained or arrested. Citizens within the State of Firestone shall have the right to prosecute a law enforcement officer if that particular law enforcement officer does not inform the individual in question of why he or she is being arrested or detained. However if an emergency situation exists, the officer may delay such notification until such a time that the emergency is no longer present.”

Section 2: The establishment of Section XV (15) of the Firestone Bill of Rights shall go into effect immediately upon passing both chambers within the State of Firestone.

Respectfully submitted to the State of Firestone Congress,

Chief-Sponsor(s):

Representative. Virginian_State

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(House) Passes, 3-0-1

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(Motion to Amend by Senate): Passes, 3-0-1

Section β€œ2A” Amended: Section XV (15) of the Firestone Bill of Rights shall be established and shall
read: β€œLaw enforcement officers within the State of Firestone shall be required to state a
reason to an individual in question as to why he or she is being detained or is being
placed under arrest. Citizens within the State of Firestone who are either placed under
arrest or are detained shall have the right to question the law enforcement officer as to
why he or she is being detained or arrested. Citizens within the State of Firestone shall
have the right to prosecute a law enforcement officer if that particular law enforcement
officer does not inform the individual in question of why he or she is being arrested or
detained. However if an emergency situation exists, the officer may delay such notification until such a time that the emergency is no longer present.”

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(House) Passes, 6-0-0

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(Senate) Passes, 2-0-1

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