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1.24  "government official" - The current or acting Governor of San Andreas, Mayor of Los Santos, or Commissioner of Blaine County, or any court official.

11.7 Once seized, a vehicle seizure may be contested for up to 2 months.  After 2 months, the DOJ will automatically take possession of that vehicle and it's registration.

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9.3.4.5-6

9.3.4.5-7

9.3.4.5-8
 

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ADDED TO PAROLE:

 

3.7.3.3

Parole Checks:  Any person on parole is required to submit themselves to a parole check when requested by any LEO otherwise be charged with a Parole Violation as well as Evasion  in addition to any other  applicable charges.

 

3.7.3.4

Being in possession of any fire arm while on parole.

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Change Log 02/12/2024

Definitions Added: 

1.16: "direct witness" - Any on duty LEO or properly uniformed LSFD Security Personnel who gives their account of an incident, which may be used to generate Probable Cause.

1.23: "eye witness" - A civilian or non-security LSFD personnel who gives their account of an incident, which may be used during an investigation, but does not generate Probable Cause.

 

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7.1  LEOs must contact a lawyer for any individual charged with at least one felony crime, except when any of the following conditions are met

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7.1 LEO's must contact a lawyer for any individual charged with murder, terrorism, torture, or any crime committed by or against a Government Official, except when any of the following conditions are met:

 

7.2  LEOs may contact, but are not required to contact a lawyer for individuals charged with infraction or misdemeanor offenses

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2.    LEO's will not be permitted to deny a suspect legal representation, upon suspect's request, under any of the following conditions:

  1. A Suspect is facing any jail time, including jail time as a result of refusing to pay a fine for any crime.
  2. Suspect is being transferred to a police department for further questioning or to be interrogated, whether charges have been issued or not.


7.6  LEOs may negotiate prison time/fine reduction with individuals. The discount is at the discretion of the LEO and the LEO is not required to provide any discounts

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6.   LEO's may negotiate prison time/fine reduction with individuals in exchange for a Guilty Plea. The discount is at the discretion of the LEO and the LEO is not required to provide any discounts. LEO's may also negotiate prison time/fine reduction, at their discretion, for Not Guilty pleas.

ADDED:
9.3.1:

  1. Arraignment Hearing
    1. To be used after criminal charges have been filed and processed against an individual by an LEO and the individual has plead Not Guilty
    2. An individual must coordinate with an attorney and file for arraignment no more than 14 days from the date of the incident or will automatically be found Guilty


9.3.2
2. Court of Appeals
To be used after criminal charges have been filed and processed against an individual by an LEO
An individual must file an appeal no more than 7 days from the date of the incident


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2.  Court of Appeals

  1. To be used after a verdict has been rendered in court by any Judge who is not the Chief of Justice, or if a guilty plea is believed to have been entered under duress
  2. An individual must file an appeal no more than 14 days from the date of the verdict or plea
     
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