FamilyRP Criminal Code - January 2019 Updates
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FELONY CHARGES
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1MURDERMAXIMUM FINEMAXIMUM SENTENCEDEFINITION
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1-1First Degree Murder$4,500500 minutesWhen a person takes any premeditated action to intentionally cause the death of another person (AI or player perma death of character).
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1-2Second Degree Murder$3,500400 minutesWhen a person takes any unplanned action, or deliberately and maliciously chooses not to act, to intentionally to cause the death of another person.
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1-3Attempted Murder$2,500200 minutesWhen a person takes any action, or deliberately and maliciously chooses not to act, with the intent to cause the death of another person, and is unsuccessful.
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1-4Attempted Murder of a Peace Officer$4,000300 minutesWhen a person takes any action, or deliberately and maliciously chooses not to act, with the intent to cause the death of a peace officer, and is unsuccessful.
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2VIOLENT CRIMESMAXIMUM FINEMAXIMUM SENTENCEDEFINITION
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2-1Manslaughter$3,25040 minutesUnintentionally causing the death of a person without malice aforethought. Results when death occures from an improper use of reasonable care or skill (recklessness or negligence) in commission of a lawful act or when death occures while in the commission of an unlawful act not amounting to a felony.
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2-2Vehicular Manslaughter$3,25040 minutesCausing the death of a person with a vehicle due to the negligence or recklessness of the driver. This section will not apply where: (i) The person operating the motor vehicle reports to the police station to report the incident within a reasonable period of time; and (ii) the act was done without intent.
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2-3Assault with a Deadly Firearm$1,50030 minutesIntentionally causing bodily harm, or creating a clear and present threat of bodily harm, to another person by means of a firearm, except in self-defense.
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2-4Assault with a Deadly Weapon$1,40030 minutesIntentionally causing bodily harm, or creating a clear and present threat of bodily harm, to another person by means of a deadly weapon or a dangerous instrument, except in self-defense. (deadly weapon includes: bats, knives, beer bottle, brass knuckles, vehicle, or any instrument or object that may not be deadly per se but capable of inflicting great bodily harm)
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2-5Battery on a Peace Officer$1,25020 minutesIntentionally uses force to cause bodily harm on a peace officer.
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2-6Bank Robbery$2,75030 minutesStealing property of the bank by means of force or fear.
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2-7Armed Robbery$2,00025 minutesTaking the belongings of another person by means of force or fear with any deadly weapon.
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2-8Strong-armed Robbery$1,75025 minutesTaking the belongings of another person by means of force or fear without any weapon.
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2-9Attempted Armed Robbery$1,00020 minutesAttempting to take the belongings of another person by means of force or fear with any deadly weapon.
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2-10Kidnapping$1,75025 minutesUnlawfully seizing and carrying away a person by force or fraud, or seizing and detaining a person against his or her will with an intent to carry that person away at a later time. In the case where multiple hostages are taken at once, only one charge will be presented.
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2-11False Imprisonment$1,50025 minutes
When a person is restricted in their personal movement within any area without justification or consent. Actual physical restraint is not necessary to a false imprisonment case.
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2-12Felony Battery$1,00025 minutesCausing significant injury to another person via the intentional offensive or harmful touching of that person without their consent. Note: Felony Battery only applies if the individual is incapacitated (knocked down), otherwise the misdemeanor form of Battery shall be charged.
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2-13Arson$1,50030 minutesA person is guilty of arson when: with intent to destroy or damage property, he starts a fire that causes an explosion, and; The building is inhabited or occupied or the person has reason to believe the building may be inhabited or occupied, or: Any other person sustains serious physical injury as a result of the fire or explosion or the firefighting as a result thereof.
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2-14Terroristic Acts$3,00035 minutesA threat to commit violence communicated with the intent to terrorize another, to cause evacuation of a building, or to cause serious public inconvenience, in reckless disregard of the risk of causing such terror or inconvenience.
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2-15Terroristic Threat$1,50025 minutesA threat of mass violence, mass harm or mass destruction.
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2-16Animal Cruelty$1,00015 minutesIntentionally, knowingly, or recklessly taking an action that mistreats or kills any animal without just cause, such as torturing, tormenting, mutilation, maiming, poisoning, or abandonment. Included are instances of duty to provide care, e.g., shelter, food, water, care if sick or injured; transporting or confining an animal in a manner likely to cause injury or death; causing an animal to fight with another; inflicting excessive or repeated unnecessary pain or suffering, e.g., uses objects to beat or injure an animal. This definition does not include proper maintenance of animals for show or sport; use of animals for food, lawful hunting, fishing or trapping.
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3WEAPONS/EXPLOSIVESMAXIMUM FINEMAXIMUM SENTENCEDEFINITION
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3-1Trafficking of Illegal Weapons$5,00040 minutesPossession of 8 or more illegal weapons. Does not stack with Possession or Distribution charges. Add 10 minutes and $1,000 fine for each additional weapon.
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3-2Distribution of Illegal Weapons$3,00025 minutesPossession of 3 or more illegal weapons. Does not stack with any related Possession charges. Add 10 minutes and $1,000 fine for each additional weapon.
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3-3Possession of a Device of Mass Destruction$5,00040 minutesPossession of an explosive device designed or intended to cause mass destruction (e.g. Semtex, Car Bomb). This charge can be stacked for additional devices.
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3-4Possession of an Illegal Firearm$1,50020 minutesPossession of AP Pistol, Sawed-off Shotgun, Machine Pistol, Micro SMG, Mini SMG, Compact Rifle.
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3-5Possession of an Illegal Weapon$1,00015 minutesPossession of Brass Knuckles, Switch Blade, Molotov Cocktail.
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3-6Felon in Possession of a Firearm$1,00018 minutesPossession of a Firearm by a convicted violent felon
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3-7Felon in Possession of Ammunition $75017 minutesPossession of ammunition by a convicted felon.
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3-8Felony Unlawful Discharge of a Firearm$2,50020 minutesDischarging a firearm without a lawful reason and causes harm of another
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4NARCOTICSMAXIMUM FINEMAXIMUM SENTENCEDEFINITION
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4-1Manufacturing of Meth$3,25030 minutesThe production of meth.
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4-2Trafficking of Meth$2,50025 minutesPossession of 10 or more bags. Does not stack with Possession or Distribution charges. Add 1 minute for each additional 2 bags.
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4-3Distribution of Meth$2,00022 minutesPossession of 3 or more bags. Does not stack with Possession of Meth. Add 1 minute for each additional 2 bags.
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4-4Possession of Meth$35020 minutesPossession of 2 bags (8 grams) or less.
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4-5Manufacturing of Cocaine$3,75035 minutesThe production of cocaine.
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4-6Trafficking of Cocaine$3,00025 minutesPossession of 10 or more bags. Does not stack with Possession or Distribution charges. Add 1 minute for each additional 2 bags. (1 brick = 20 bags)
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4-7Distribution of Cocaine$2,00022 minutesPossession of 3 or more bags. Does not stack with Possession of Cocaine. Add 1 minute for each additional 2 bags. (1 brick = 20 bags)
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4-8Possession of Cocaine$35020 minutesPossession of 2 bags (8 grams) or less.
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4-9Manufacturing of Crack$4,00040 minutesThe production of crack.
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4-10Trafficking of Crack$3,25030 minutesPossession of 10 or more bags. Does not stack with Possession or Distribution charges. Add 1 minute for each additional 2 bags.
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4-11Distribution of Crack$2,25025 minutesPossession of 3 or more bags. Does not stack with Possession of Crack. Add 1 minute for each additional 2 bags.
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4-12Possession of Crack$50022 minutesPossession of 2 bags (8 grams) or less. Does not stack with Distribution of Crack.
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4-13Manufacturing of Marijuana$1,25025 minutesThe production of marijuana (operating a grow lab)
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4-14Trafficking of Marijuana$1,50020 minutesPossession of 15 or more bags. Does not stack with Possession or Distribution charges. Add 1 minute for each additional 10 bags. (1 brick = 18 bags, 2 joints = 1 bag)
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4-15Distribution of Marijuana$1,00018 minutesPossession of 4 or more bags of marijuana. Does not stack with Possession of Marijuana. Add 1 minute to the sentence for every additional 10 bags. (1 brick = 18 bags, 2 joints = 1 bag)
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5CORRUPTIONMAXIMUM FINEMAXIMUM SENTENCEDEFINITION
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5-1Bribery$50015 minutesPersuading someone to commit an illegal act in exchange for a gift, money, service or other item
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5-2Extortion$1,50015 minutesUnlawfully obtaining property (both tangible and intangible) that one is not entitled to at the time of threat, through the use of force or threats. In extortion the victim willingly hands over money, property or other valuables to avoid future violence or damages.
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5-3Money Laundering$50015 minutesThe process of taking the proceeds of criminal activity and making them appear legal.
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5-4Racketeering / RICO$2,00020 minutesRacketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Clause, commonly referred to as RICO provides for extended criminal penalties and civil cause of action for acts performed in support of or part of an ongoing criminal organization. RICO allows leaders of the racket to be tried for ordering a crime without conducting it themselves. Only a Justice may freeze or seize assets as a result of a RICO.
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6VEHICULAR RELATEDMAXIMUM FINEMAXIMUM SENTENCEDEFINITION
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6-1Vehicle Theft$75018 minutesOperation of a motor vehicle without consent of the registered owner with the intent to permanently deprive them of the vehicle. Proof of permission can be shown in evidence by presenting the keys of the vehicle or from verification from the owner.
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6-2Carjacking (Armed)$1,90020 minutesThe theft of an automobile from its driver by force or intimidation with a deadly weapon.
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6-3Carjacking (Strong-armed)$1,75020 minutesThe theft of an automobile from its driver by force or intimidation.
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6-4Attempted Vehicle Theft$35015 minutesAttempting to steal any motor vehicle.
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6-5Possession of a Stolen Vehicle$50018 minutesOperating a stolen motor vehicle.
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6-6Felony Driving Under the Influence$1,75025 minutesOperating a motor vehicle under the influence of legal or illegal drugs or alcohol and causing bodily harm to another.
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6-7Felony Evasion$1,50020 minutesUsing a vehicle to intentionally flee from a law enforcement officer attempting to arrest or detain them. (Does not stack under any circumstances)
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7MISC. FELONYMAXIMUM FINEMAXIMUM SENTENCEDEFINITION
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7-1Grand Theft$75015 minutesTaking of another person's belongings valued at or over $1000 or the theft of livestock.
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7-2Burglary$50015 minutesUnlawfully entering into a dwelling, conveyance or vehicle and commiting a criminal act while on said property.
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7-3Escaping Custody$50015 minutesEscaping custody with force, with or without help.
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7-4False Impersonation of a Lawyer or Government Official$1,25020 minutesIntentionally or negligently pretending to be a Bar Certified Lawyer or Government Official (including law enforcement officers, Department of Justice members, etc.)
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7-5Perjury$25015 minutesSubmitting a false statement while under oath or affirmation.
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7-6Fraud$50015 minutesWrongful or criminal deception intended to result in financial or personal gain.
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7-7Felony Failure to Appear-15 minutes(Applied to FTA warrants for Felonies only) You willfully fail to appear in court when required to do so, in order to evade the process of the court. 15 Minute base + 5 minute per FTA warrant.
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7-8Aiding & Abetting / Accessory-100% of the criminal chargesActively participating in a crime (directly or indirectly), but not the sole proprietor.
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MISDEMEANOR CHARGES
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NOTE: Misdemeanors with a sentence marked by an asterisk (*) should be issued as a citation/ticket UNLESS exigent circumstances (such as repeated offenses within a short time period, or clear and demonstrable unwillingness to comply) make jail time necessary.
All other misdemeanors should have their sentences issued normally, but, under the discretion of the arresting officer, may be issued as a citation without jail time in special cases.
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8CONTRABANDMAXIMUM FINEMAXIMUM SENTENCEDEFINITION
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8-1Possession of Marijuana$200-Possession of 3 bags (8 grams) or less for personal use. (2 joints = 1 bag)
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8-2Drug Paraphernalia$100-Any device used for unlawfully injecting or smoking a controlled substance.
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8-3Unlawful Consumption$150-(a) It is unlawful for any person to drink any alcoholic beverage outside of an individuals residence or authorized location permitted by the city. (b)Consumption of any CDS or Marijuana outside of an individuals residence or any other certified location.
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9VEHICULAR RELATEDMAXIMUM FINEMAXIMUM SENTENCEDEFINITION
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9-1Driving Under the Influence / Driving While Intoxicated (DUI / DWI)$1,50015 minutesOperating a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol with a blood alcohol content greater than 0.08 BAC or while under the influence of legal or illegal drugs which impair the vehicle operator in such a way that it endangers the safety of others.
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9-2Hit and Run$40015 minutesThe act of causing (or contributing to) a traffic accident (such as colliding with a person or fixture) and failing to stop and identify onself afterwards or failing to resolve the accident with the police.
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9-3Driving with a suspended license$425
10 minutes*
Driving with a suspended license.
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9-4Vehicle Tampering$2005 minutes*Pulling on vehicle door handles.
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10MISC. MISDEMEANORMAXIMUM FINEMAXIMUM SENTENCEDEFINITION
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10-1Possession Without a Permit$500
10 minutes*
Possession without a permit. (Legal= Combat Pistol, Flare Gun, Heavy Pistol, Heavy Revolver, Marksman Pistol, Pistol, Pistol .50, SNS Pistol, Vintage Pistol)
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10-2Possession of a Shotgun in Public$50010 minutesShotguns cannot be open carried or concealed upon a person in a public place. This includes businesses, except for registered and licensed security personnel. They can be stored in a trunk of a vehicle and can only be removed to bring onto ones private property, hunting grounds or to a proper shooting range. (Hunting grounds away from the public, streets, houses and other buildings.)
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10-3Possession of a Rifle in Public$50010 minutesRifles cannot be open carried or concealed upon a person in a public place. This includes businesses, except for registered and licensed security personnel. They can be stored in a trunk of a vehicle and can only be removed to bring onto ones private property, hunting grounds or to a proper shooting range. (Hunting grounds away from the public, streets, houses and other buildings.)
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10-4Possession of a Handgun in Public$50010 minutesAny person who openly carries a loaded or unloaded handgun in public. This includes businesses, except for registered and licensed security personnel. (eg. Firearm in holsters, except for LEO)
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10-5Assault$15010 minutesAttempting to touch another individual in an offensive or harmful way without their consent. Assault is sometimes defined as attempted battery.
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10-6Battery$25015 minutesBattery is the intentional offensive or harmful touching of another person without their consent. Under this general definition, a battery offense requires all of the following: intentional touching; the touching must be harmful or offensive; no consent from the victim. (this includes spitting on them) Note: this charge should be upgraded to Felony Battery if the individual is incapacitated (knocked down).
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10-7Resisting Arrest$30015 minutesThe act of using force to prevent arrest (with or without a warrant), handcuffing and/or taking a person into police custody, running counts as resisting.
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10-8Obstruction of Justice$25010 minutesUnlawfully hindering the discovery, apprehension, conviction, defense, or punishment of anyone who has committed a crime or of evidence. Examples are, but not limited to: providing false information to peace officers while being detained/arrested, destroying or tampering evidence, or utilizing any violence or physical threat against a witness, law enforcement officer, or court official to prevent justice from being served. This charge is also applicable when a person baits or intentionally breaks the law to gain attention of a law enforcement officer.
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10-9Disturbing the Peace$200
10 minutes*
Police often use disturbing the peace charge to keep the peace when a person is behaving in a disruptive manner, but presents no serious public danger. (fighting in public etc)
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10-10Theft$25010 minutesTaking of another person's belongings valued at or under $999.
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10-11Destruction of Physical Evidence$35015 minutesDestroying evidence relevant to a legal proceeding.
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10-12Failure to Inform$20010 minutesThe intentional failure to inform law enforcement of concealed weapons during a legal detainment.
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10-13Reckless Endangerment$30010 minutesActs that create a substantial risk of serious physical injury to another person. The accused person isn't required to intend the resulting or potential harm, but must have acted in a way that showed a disregard for the foreseeable consequences of the actions.
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10-14Criminal Threats$25010 minutesIntentionally or knowingly putting another person in fear of bodily injury.
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10-15Unlawful Discharge of a Firearm$50010 minutesDischarging a firearm without a lawful reason. (Does not stack with murder, attempted murder, battery, or any other violent crime where the discharge of a firearm results in harming another individual)
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10-16Brandishing a Firearm$50010 minutesDrawing or exhibiting any firearm in the presence of any other person, except in self-defense.
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10-17Brandishing a Deadly Weapon$30010 minutes
Drawing or exhibiting any item other than a firearm which can be used as a deadly weapon in the presence of any other person, except in self-defense.
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10-18Failure to Identify$500-Failure to identify one's self while being detained on reasonable suspicion. During traffic stops one is legally required to provide their name and license if they are the driver of the motor vehicle, failure to do so is an offense.
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