Upon passage be it enacted that the following legislation shall go into effect.
SECTION I: A Traffic Code shall be established which shall be located on this Trello - https://trello.com/b/iV6tzZ4l/firestone-traffic-code. Within this Act, it may be referred to as “The Code” or “Traffic Code”.
SECTION IA: The Code shall be managed by a qualified legal professional- as nominated by the Chief Justice, and confirmed by the Senate. Such individual’s appointment shall serve under the Legislative Branch. Such individual shall be expected to maintain the Code, such maintenance prescribed solely by this legislation. Such individual may not be removed, rather they may be impeached, as prescribed by the constitution. Such Manager may hold any other positions within the State of Firestone. The Governor of the State of Firestone and the Chief Justice of the State of Firestone shall be on the board also- they shall both be admins- the Manager shall be a normal user. Adding members for non-admins shall be disabled. The board shall be public at all times. The Code may not be on a Trello Team- this would impair its sustainability. Managers confirmed by Congress shall not be removed from the board unless they are removed by impeachment or resign from their position. Should a situation arise where a Manager must be removed from the board for any reason, the Chief Justice and Governor may do so at their own discretion for a maximum of 48 hours. Should the time period pass and Congress fails to remove a Manager, the Manager shall be added back to the board.
SECTION IB: Such individual appointed to manage the Code shall not be permitted to edit any part of the Code that pertains to traffic violations or other Congressionally affixed topics- unless dictated in this legislation. Such Manager shall be permitted to edit the “Directory” list as they please, to help peace officers and justice officials better understand the Code. They may also change the background image of the Code as they please- along with any matters that pertain strictly to aesthetics. If Congress wishes to override an action by the Manager, they must agree to override such action with a simple-majority approval. This Code may move Trello boards, however such move shall be approved by the Chief Justice and the Governor both consenting.
SECTION IC: The Code shall be organized into Chapters, Sections, and Subsections. A Chapter shall be a list on the Code. A Section shall be a card on the Code. Subsections shall be the definitions affixed to cards. Lists, cards, and definitions may exist on the Code whilst not being Chapters, Sections, or Subsections- when expressly dictated in this legislation. The “Directory” list shall not be a Chapter, the cards in the “Directory” list shall not be Sections, nor should the definitions of the cards on the “Directory” list be Subsections.
SECTION ID: Each article in the Code shall be cited as it is titled. Chapter titles and numbers shall be cited as the name of the list on the Code. Sections shall be cited as the number and name given after each § on a card. Subsections shall be cited by a ((LETTER)) on each card, much as on the Criminal Code.
SECTION IE: Traffic Infractions shall be defined into 6 different categories, or better known as Chapters.
They are as follows-
- Main Driving Infractions
- Traffic Control & Signage Infractions
- Area Convenience Infractions
- Parking & Stopping Infractions
- Pedestrian & Bicycle Infractions
- Maritime Infractions
IF: If Congress wishes to amend, remove, or otherwise change, or add offenses on the Code, they shall do so by legislation. When such legislation passes, the Manager of the Code shall have 48 hours to alter or create the respective Trello card that was changed. Congress shall be expected, when creating new offenses, to provide a class, a definition, a section, and a title for the new offense created. Congress shall also be permitted to assign labels that have special meanings- they must be established in legislation. Congress shall hold the sole authority to dictate what is and is not placed on the Code. The Manager may remove articles that have been found unconstitutional by the Supreme Court. The Manager may also remove any articles that have been declared null by an act of Congress.
SECTION II: The following legislation shall be declared null and void
- Firestone Traffic Revision Act (2019).pdf - Google Drive
SECTION III: This legislation shall go into effect immediately after its passage of the Firestone Congress and signage of the Governor of Firestone. Should any provision of this legislation be found to be unconstitutional or unlawful, and such provision struck down, the remainder of this legislation shall retain amiability.
Sharkfish82, Lt. Governor
L_3ee, Speaker of the House
Wolf_RBLX, District Court Judge
Jaderigs, Stapleton County Sheriff’s Office
Tonysstepbro, Stapleton County Sheriff’s Office
Blaadam, Programador Principal
Faachiano, Arborfield Chief of Police
Anon53012218, Criminal Code Revision Act
SirCalebXVI, Exceptions & Definitions for Traffic Code