Jump to content

CvRbjh7.png

SAN ANDREAS STATE LEGISLATURE

LEGISLATION INDEX

  1. NECESSITY & DURESS CLAUSE

    1101.) Any person who commits an offense out of necessity to protect themselves or another from significant bodily harm, without adequate legal alternative and did not create a greater danger through their actions will be absolved of criminal liability for the offense deemed to be committed as a necessity to prevent greater harm. This does not apply for cases pertaining to gang on gang violence nor any cases where the party claiming the defense was put at risk of immediate danger through their own actions with criminal accountability.
     
    1102.) Any person who commits any offense in response to immediate threats to kill from a third party and does so in order to negate those threats cannot be found to have had the required criminal intent with which to be held liable for an offense.
  2. ENTRAPMENT

    1103.) Any person who would not have committed an offense if not for the harassment, threats, coercion, or request to do so by members of any law enforcement agency cannot be found guilty of the offense they were persuaded to commit.
     
    1104.) Any person who would not have committed an offense if not for the harassment, threats, coercion, or request to do so by members of any individual in relation to a police operation cannot be found guilty of the offense they were persuaded to commit.
  3. OFFICER SAFETY

    1105.) A peace officer's reasonable suspicion of a person to commit or conspire to commit a crime is sufficient to allow the individual in question to be detained for questioning.
     
    1106.) If a peace officer is under reasonable suspicion of an individual being armed, they may engage in a Terry Frisk, specifically looking for firearms by an outer pat-down of the individuals exterior clothing. 
     
    1107.) Exigent Circumstances is defined as, “circumstances that would cause a reasonable person to believe that entry (or other relevant prompt action) was necessary to prevent physical harm to the officers or other persons, the destruction of relevant evidence, the escape of the suspect, or some other consequence improperly frustrating legitimate law enforcement efforts.” It may be used by officers in any circumstance, that meets the definition of exigent circumstance.
  4. PLAIN VIEW DOCTRINE

    1108.) A peace officer has the authority to confiscate and record evidence upon any event that is in their plain view.
     
    1109.) Any person who allows a peace officer permission to view or enter a facility, equipment or area, waives their right to 4th Amendment protections. 
  5. GOOD SAMARITAN & AMERICAN BYSTANDER DOCTRINE

    1110.) Any citizen who witnesses someone in need of aid, or care, may provide such aid as long as they are not negligent in conduct, and may not be subject to liability. 
     
    1111.) Any citizen who witnesses someone in need of aid, or care, may refuse to acknowledge the need and ignore the situation, and shall not be held for liability for inaction.
  6. VIDEO & AUDIO RECORDING POLICY

    1112.) Government Employees may be recorded at all times while conducting their official duties.
     
    1113.) The State of San Andreas affords the right of individuals to film and or record others, without consent, unless a reasonable person would have the expectation of privacy. Public places should always negate this expectation of privacy. This clause does not extend to law enforcement officials conducting investigations involving a private setting, who must ascertain a warrant in relation to said investigation.
×
×
  • Create New...

Important Information

We use technologies, such as cookies, to customise content and advertising, to provide social media features and to analyse traffic to the site. We also share information about your use of our site with our trusted social media, advertising and analytics partners. See more about cookies and our Privacy Policy