Sonoran RP Penal Code
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State of San Andreas Penal Code
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Last Updated: 26February2020
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Changes Effective: 26February2020
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This Act shall be known as The Penal Code of San Andreas and is divided into six parts as follows:
1. Modifiers
2. Capital Offenses
3. Felony Offenses
4. Misdeameanor Offenses
5. Blaine County Ordinances
6. Traffic Ordinances

This Act provides all laws for the State of San Andreas in the Sonoran RP.

An individual who is not on probation or parole is subject to a maximum time of the full penalty for the most aggregious crime commited followed by no more than half of the original penalty for any additional crimes charged.

The crimes cannot amount to more than four charges for any situation but can be fined for over 4 charges. Parole or probation is a term of 2 days following a prior felony charge than the individual is subject to all charges and full penalty for all crimes committed.

When a civilian is in detained or arrested for an investigation the time spent in custody for the investigation is considered time served and applied to the jail sentence.
Changelog 26February2020-

Cuts fines for Capital Felony and Misdemeanor Offenses by half

Changelog 04January2020-
Add a Point System to Traffic Ordinances

10 points = License is suspended for 5 REAL TIME DAYS

15 points = License will be REVOKED for 7 REAL TIME DAYS

20 points = License & DMV papers will be REVOKED for 7 REAL TIME DAYS

Changelog 04July2019 -
Added M91 - Criminal Concealment of Identity
Added T022 - Obstruction of View


Changelog 22June2019 -
Updated C3 - Attempted Murder of a Government Official to Aggravated Assault of a Government Official
Removed C4 - Attempted Murder and F42 Second Degree Felony
Clearly read the requirements for culpability and if you have even the slightest question ask Chief Justice J. James or Justice T. Anderson.


Changelog 21June2019 -
Added C3 - Attempted Murder of a Government Official
Added C4 - Attempted Murder
Clearly read the requirements for culpability and if you have even the slightest question ask Chief Justice J. James or Justice T. Anderson.


Changelog 26May2019 -
Added M88 - Unarmed Security without a License
Added M89 - Armed Security without a License
Added M90 - Failure to Appear

Changelog 26May2019 -
Updated M85 - Violation of Probation.
Updated M81 - Moving Violations/County Ordinances.


Changelog 24APR2019 -
M84 - Possession and/or Manufacturing of Marijuana added as a C Misdemeanor.
Updated A and B Misdemeanor notes for Marijuana.

Changelog 18DEC2018 -
Unlawful possession of a handgun or long barrel firearm while under age of 18 or 21 dependent on the firearm found.

Changelog 04DEC2018 -
M85 - Violation of parole / Bail conditions


Changelog 17NOV2018 -
M82 Driving without an operators license has been changed to M84 due to M82 being taken by M82 Open Carry of a loaded firearm where prohibited.

Changelog - 12NOV2018
Capital Murder & Attempted Capital Murder are the only charges along with terrorism that will result in a mandatory indefinite hold with no bond.
Definition of Capital murder is "Murder of a public official, politician, or pre-meditated 1st degree homicide"
Attempted murder / Accessory / Manslaughter - Are given the option to plea, and will have an option to bond until court
Bonds are 10% of the maximum fine.

Changelog - 31JULY2018
M82 - Driving without a valid license or endorsement - Enhanced to Class B Misdemeanor Offense if the suspect is driving with a suspended driver's license.

Changelog - 27JULY2018
Highest degree charge takes the precedent of how high you can imprison a subject. So if you are charged with multiple accounts, for example Class A Misdemeanor offenses, like 1x M-1, and Class B Misdemeanor 1x M-52, you can only imprison/fine for the maximum limit of the
highest charge, so if charged with a M1, and a M52, your maximum time/fine you can imprison/fine a subject would be the maximum limit of set for Class A Misdemeanors (15 months/$5,000). Do not add previous charges ontop (aka stacking time/fine above max limit of the highest charge), for example M1 and M52, adding 5 ontop of 15 making it 20 and/or 5,000 + 2,000 = 7,000
In the end the subject would have a sentence time for a M1 and M52 from 0-15 and max fine of 5,000. The only exception is by a judge done through a court case.


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