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Santos RP Criminal Code

Class Charge Maximum Punishment Definition Aggravating Circumstances Authorized Plea Deals
 
  Felony Charges        
1 MURDER MAXIMUM SENTENCE DEFINITION AGGRAVATING CIRCUMSTANCES AUTHORIZED PLEA DEALS
a First Degree Murder 30 minutes Directly or indirectly causing the death of a person (not revived by EMS) with pre-meditated intent. Aggravated circumstances: (i) The victim was an on-duty LEO or a government official. 20 minutes
b Second Degree Murder 25 minutes (+5 minutes per aggravated circumstance) Directly or indirectly causing the death of a person (not revived by EMS) that is either unplanned and intentional or caused by wreckless disregard to human life. Aggravated circumstances: (i) The victim was an on-duty LEO or a government official. 15 minutes
c Attempted Murder 20 minutes (+10 minutes per aggravated circumstance) When a person intentionally takes steps to kill someone or when they intentionally cause someone to be incapacitated (where they were revived by EMS). In order for this charge to stack it must be proven that the suspect took steps to attempts to kill each and every indidivual that the suspect is being accused of. (i.e. a person can not be charged with attempted murder for every single law enforcement officer on scene, it must be proven that the suspect attempted to take the life of the individual. Proof can be provided in the form of video footage, eye witness accounts (civilian or law enforcement officers), EMS testimony of injuries, footage or photos of EMS care, etc.) Aggravated circumstances: (i) The victim was an on-duty LEO or a government official. 10 minutes
2 VIOLENT CRIMES MAXIMUM SENTENCE DEFINITION AGGRAVATING CIRCUMSTANCES AUTHORIZED PLEA DEALS
a Voluntary Manslaughter 25 minutes Intentionally causing the death of a person without malice aforethought. Accompanied by additional circumstances that mitigate, but do not excuse the killing (such as when provoked, in terror, frightened, or desperate).   15 minutes
b Involuntary Manslaughter 15 minutes Unintentionally 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.   10 minutes
c Vehicular Manslaughter 15 minutes Causing 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.   10 minutes
d Bank Robbery 30 minutes Stealing property from a bank, including removing property from the vault.   15 minutes
e Robbery 15 minutes (+5 minutes for aggravated circumstance) The taking of money or goods in the possession of another, from his or her immediate person or immediate presence, by force or intimidation. In robbery, there is an immediate threat to the victim. Aggravated circumstances: (i) The victim was an on-duty LEO or a government official. 10 minutes
f Kidnapping 25 minutes (+10 minutes for aggravated circumstance) Unlawfully 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. Aggravated circumstances: (i) The victim was an on-duty LEO or a government official. (ii) Using a deadly weapon in the commission of the offence. 15 minutes
g Arson 15 minutes Intentional destruction of property resulting in explosion or fire (bombing the prison door/bank vault, blowing up a vehicle, etc.)   10 minutes
h Criminal Negligence 25 minutes It shall be unlawful for any person to fail to act with the level of care in which a reasonable person would in the same circumstances that results in any sort of physical/property damage. ( A Judge Shall decide whether, based on the circumstances and extent of damage caused, the charge be upgraded from a misdemeanor to a felony.)   15 minutes
           
3 FIREARMS/EXPLOSIVES MAXIMUM SENTENCE DEFINITION AGGRAVATING CIRCUMSTANCES AUTHORIZED PLEA DEALS
a Weapons Stockpiling 10 minutes +10 minutes for every five additional weapons (+10 minutes per aggravated circumstance) Possession of 5 or more Class 2 or Class 1 (without a firearms license) Firearms. Aggravated circumstances: (i) by a Convicted Felon 5 minutes
b Weapons Caching 20 minutes (+10 minutes for aggravated circumstance) Possession of up to 4 Class 2 or Class 1 (without a firearms license) Firearms. Aggravated circumstances: (i) by a Convicted Felon 15 minutes
c Weapons Distribution 20 minutes Sale or exchange of weapons without a license, or the sale or exchange of illegal weapons   15 minutes
d Weapons Trafficking 20 minutes (+10 minutes for aggravated circumstance) The transportation of 5 or more Class 2 or Class 1 (without a firearms license) Firearms. Aggravated circumstances: (i) by a Convicted Felon 15 minutes
e Possession of Explosives 20 minutes (+10 minutes for aggravated circumstance) Possession of an explosive device (including flash and incendiary devices) Aggravated circumstances: (i) by a Convicted Felon 25 minutes
f Possession of a Class 2 Firearm 20 minutes (+10 minutes for aggravated circumstance) Possession of a Class 2 Firearm Aggravated circumstances: (i) by a Convicted Felon 15 minutes
g Possession of a Class 1 Firearm 15 minutes (+5 minutes for aggravated circumstance) Possession of a Class 1 Firearm without a license or by a convicted felon (even with a license). Aggravated circumstances: (i) by a Convicted Felon 10 minutes
h Unlawful Discharge of a Firearm 10 minutes Discharging 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)   10 minutes
4 NARCOTICS MAXIMUM SENTENCE DEFINITION AGGRAVATING CIRCUMSTANCES AUTHORIZED PLEA DEALS
a Drug Cultivation and Manufacturing 20 minutes The act of planting, harvesting, or processing of a Class 2 Drug, or the act of planting, harvesting, or processing two or more plants of a Class 1 Drug, or the act of planting, harvesting, or processing eleven or more units of a Class 1 Drug with a Marijuana Distribution License   15 minutes
b Class 2 Drug Distribution/Trafficking 25 minutes (+5 minutes per aggravated circumstance) Possession of 5 or more units of a Class 2 Drug. Aggravated circumstances: (i) Every 20 units over the first five units 15 minutes
c Class 1 Drug Distribution/Trafficking 10 minutes (+5 minutes per aggravated circumstance) Possession of 20 or more units of a Class 1 Drug. Aggravated circumstances: (i) Every 20 units over the first twenty units 5 minutes
5 CORRUPTION MAXIMUM SENTENCE DEFINITION AGGRAVATING CIRCUMSTANCES AUTHORIZED PLEA DEALS
a Corruption 30 minutes + removal from position (or disbarrment) The act of a Government Official, Fiduciary Person (Lawyer), or Law Enforcement Officer who unlawfully and wrongfully uses their station or character to procure some benefit to themselves or for another person, contrary to duty and the rights of others, including intelligence leaks and abuse of power   35 minutes + removal from position (or disbarrment)
b Bribery 25 minutes Persuading someone to commit an illegal act in exchange for a gift, money, service or other item   15 minutes
c Embezzlement 25 minutes + return of stolen property Fradulent conversion of anothers property by a person who is in a position of trust, such as an employee or government official   15 minutes + return of stolen property
d Extortion 25 minutes + return of stolen property Unlawfully 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.   15 minutes + return of stolen property
e Money Laundering 25 minutes The process of taking the proceeds of criminal activity and making them appear legal.   15 minutes
f Racketeering / RICO 25 minutes + forfeiture of assets (if approved by a Justice) Racketeer 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.   15 minutes
g Human Trafficking 30 minutes Recruitment, transportation, transfer, harbouring or receipt of persons, by means of the threat or use of force or other forms of coercion, of abduction, of fraud, of deception, of the abuse of power or of a position of vulnerability or of the giving or receiving of payments or benefits to achieve the consent of a person having control over another person. This charge does not stack with Kidnapping.   35 minutes
           
6 MISC. FELONY MAXIMUM SENTENCE DEFINITION AGGRAVATING CIRCUMSTANCES AUTHORIZED PLEA DEALS
a False Impersonation of a Lawyer or Government Official 15 minutes Intentionally or negligently pretending to be a Bar Certified Lawyer or Government Official (including law enforcement officers, Department of Justice members, etc.) acting under the Authority of the City, in order to demand or obtain any money, paper, document, or other item. Actions suggesting a violation of this law include operating a government issued vehicle or making assertions.   10 minutes
b Burglary 10 minutes Unlawfully entering into a dwelling or conveyance and commiting a criminal act while on said property. (Does not stack with Breaking and Entering)   10 minutes
c Escaping Custody 20 minutes Fleeing the lawful custody of a law enforcement officer (detainment, arrest, or confinement)   15 minutes
d Obstruction of Justice 20 minutes Unlawfully 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.   15 minutes
           
f Perjury 30 minutes Submitting a false statement while under oath or affirmation.   15 minutes
g Terroristic Threat 30 minutes A threat of violence, harm or destruction (general or specific) for a political aim.   15 minutes
h Felony Attempted Commission of an Offence/Crime 50% of the prescribed time for each listed charge Attempted to commit an offense listed under the Criminal Code. Attempting means to perform the necessary steps in the commission of an offense, however, having not commited the offence itself. It is irrelevant if the offence was not comitted due to intervention by a law enforcement officer, a sudden change of mind after the necessary steps had been carried out or any other intervening factor preventing its commission. Manslaughter charges cannot be attempted.    
i Jailbreak 30 minutes The act of an individual, or a group of individuals, using means of aggression, lethal force or other acts to attempt to or successfully coerce the release of; or forcefully gain access and remove; an individual who is serving an active sentence at the Department of Corrections.   25 minutes
7 MINOR MISDEMEANORS (INFRACTIONS) MAXIMUM SENTENCE DEFINITION AGGRAVATING CIRCUMSTANCES AUTHORIZED PLEA DEALS
a Brandishing a Firearm $5,000 + Confiscation of Firearm Exhibition of a firearm outside of the shooting range or designated hunting ground while hunting. Individuals may brandish, exhibit, or carry their legal firearms within their own personal private property. This clause is not applicable to private property where business is conducted.    
b Aggressive Driving $1,500 Swerving in lane, cutting corners, tailgaiting or endagering/impeding the safe flow of traffic.    
c Reckless Driving (41 km/h over) $5,000 Erratic or reckless Operation of a Motor Vehicle (41km/h over the speed limit), or operating an ATV, Go-Kart, or motorcycle without a helmet. (Does not stack with Felony Improper Operation of a Motor Vehicle or Improper Operation of a Motor Vehicle)    
d Excessive Speeding 3 (31-40 km/h over) $4,000 Operation of a Motor Vehicle 31km/h - 40km/h over the speed limit    
e Excessive Speeding 2 (21-30 km/h over) $3,000 Operation of a Motor Vehicle 21km/h - 30km/h over the speed limit    
f Excessive Speeding (11-20 km/h over) $2,000 Operation of a Motor Vehicle 11km/h - 20km/h over the speed limit    
g Speeding (1-10 km/h over) $1,000 Operation of a Motor Vehicle 1km/h - 10km/h over the speed limit    
h Disturbing the Peace $1,000 Engaging in some form of disorderly conduct, such as fighting or threatening to fight in public, causing excessively loud noise, by shouting, playing music, or honking horns.    
i Failure to Yield to an Emegency Vehicle $2,000 Failing to yield to the right to an emergency vehicle with its lights and/or sirens activated.    
j Unlawful Solicitation $5,000 + Confiscation of Illegal Item (if present) Act of offering to sell, or attempting to purchase illegal goods or services.    
k Larceny $5,000 + Return of Stolen Property The unauthorized taking and removal of personal property, not by force or intimidation, of another by an individual who intends to permanently deprive the owner of it (looting bodies, stealing from vehicles, etc.)    
l Failure to Stop $2,500 Failure to come to a complete stop at a posted Stop Sign or steady beam red light. Right turns are permitted at steady beam red lights as long as one yields to those who have the right of way.    
m Criminal Mischief $1,000 A person commits the offense of criminal mischief if he or she willfully and maliciously injures or damages by any means any real or personal property belonging to another.    
n Operating a Vehicle without a License $1,500 + Impound Driving any street vehicle without a proper license. (Standard Vehicles = Drivers License, Trucks/Large Vehicles = Truck License, Aircraft = Pilot License)    
o Operation of a Non-Street Legal Vehicle $2,500 + Impound Operation of an Go-Kart, Monster Truck, Forklift, Aerial Vehicle, or Hoverboard on public roadways.    
p Illegal Parking $1,000 + Impound Parking in a lane or on a sidewalk or any area deemed to be a hazard to include restricted zones. Proper parking is done by parking in between the white lines in a designated parking lot.    
q Excessive Vehicle Noise $2,000 Honking of horns, blasting of music or revving engines which causes a public nuisance. Individuals should be given an opportunity to stop being being fined.    
r Driving without Proper Use of Headlights $1,000 Driving without the use of headlights from dusk until dawn, even if night vision goggles are used.    
s Illegal U-turn $2,000 Making a "U-turn" within city limits rather than doing a "three point turn".    
t Jaywalking $500 Failure to use a crosswalk when crossing the street within the city (when one is within a city blocks distance)    
u Loitering $2,000 Remaining in any one public place without an apparent purpose while being given a lawful order to disperse by a law enforcement officer.    
v Public Intoxication $1,250 Being visibly drunk or under the influence of drugs, while behaving boisterous, in a lewd manner, or excessively swearing in a public place.    
w Failure to Yield $2,500 Failure to yield reight-of-way at a posted yield sign, pedestrian crosswalk, or while making a right turn at a steady beam red light.    
x Indecent Exposure $5,000 Intentionally exposing the private or intimate parts of one's body in a public place.    
           
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