To allow and provide for a process that in which convicted felons are treated equally and never unjustly, and to allow for convicted felons to get their record expunged upon improvement towards our community.
Be it enacted by the State of Firestone Congress here assembled that:
SECTION 1. SHORT TITLE.
This Act may be cited as the “No Citizen Left Behind Act of 2019”
SECTION 2. INSTITUTION OF A FELONY BASED RECOVERY PROGRAM.
- A recovery program based for convicted felons shall be created and incorporated within the Department of Justice.
SUB-SECTION 2(A). PROCESS OF THE PROGRAM.
- There shall be two phases to the Felony Recovery Program that each participant must go through for an expungement.
- Upon entry, the participant shall be submitted into phase one. Phase one shall consist of two hours of required community service within Stapleton County coordinated by the Department of Public Works. Community service that is completed shall be logged by a superior within the program, by the participant, and by the employee of the Department of Public Works.
- After the community service is successfully logged and completed, the participant shall be required to undergo an eight-question interview with a Judge and an active and trusted member of the Firestone State Patrol.
- Once both phases are complete, the participant shall have his record expunged and shall not be subject to bias by future employers.
SUB-SECTION 2(B). REGULATIONS PERTAINING TO THE PROGRAM.
- The Department of Justice shall prohibit the entry to the program if the participant’s conviction is labeled as a major political crime, or, is associated with treason, a government coup, or bribery.
- If a participant is arrested while affiliated with the program, their admission shall be temporarily invalid until they are proven either innocent or guilty of their charge. The participant shall not be allowed to participate in any activity or logifications within the program until the matter is settled.
- The participant shall be exempt from traffic infractions and minor misdemeanors unless the participant has been convicted of a felony charge pertaining or following suit with the old charge.
- Entry to the program shall be regulated, moderated, and modified on either a Trello or Google Document or Sheet and must be updated regularly.
SECTION 3. RECOVERY PROCESS FOR LONG-TERM FELONS.
- A long-term felon shall be defined as a citizen who has held a felony conviction for over three months and who has in which shown to put forth service to the state before or during the conviction and who has put effort towards not making the same mistakes from in the past.
In General – it shall be coherently legal for convicted felons to be granted the opportunity for expungement.
- In General – A long-term felon shall be allowed to get their record expunged without having to go through the recovery program.
- By opting to not participate within the recovery program, the long-term felon shall be required to obtain five signatures by government officials or police personnel with proof of the absence of fogery.
- Two out of the five signatures shall come with a paragraph of recommendation for an expungement.
- Judges within the Firestone Courts shall be required to mandate and overseer this process by allowing for expungement of all long-term felons.
SECTION 4. CONCLUDING PROCEEDINGS.
- This act shall go into effect immediately upon passing both chambers of Congress and being signed into law by the Governor.
Respectfully submitted to the Firestone State Congress on this day,
Fmr. Sen. TimothyConyers
DOBW Dep. Sec. Ronald_Reagan
Fmr. Sen. JamesDitomosso