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    701.) Penal Code Sentencing Additions may only be applied to charges, under which there is explicit mention of Sentencing Enhancements being allowed for such charge.
    702.) Penalties are stackable for each occurrence as long as they are separate police incidents or occur at different time, or occur to different people. Charges can also be stacked for each person they are committed against.

    703.) Sentencing additions are defined as “an accessory to an existing penal code charge, meant to define the role of the individual charged with said offense, while in the process of committing such an offense.” Sentencing are added onto charges in which a full conviction on statutory definition is not sufficient, but most fits the crime in which an individual is being accused of. The list of sentencing additions and their effects if added to charges are as follows;
    Accomplice - Shall be charged in the same manner, as if they were the original offender of the crime. An Accomplice is someone who was involved with the commission of the crime from start to finish.  
    Accessory - Shall be charged with a half reduced sentence on the original charge. An accessory is anyone involved with the crime at any point.  
    Conspiracy - Shall be charged with a quarter (25%) reduced sentence on the original charge. Conspiracy is anyone planning to commit such an offense, but does not begin the attempt.  
    Hate Crime - Shall confer discretion upon the judge to increase the time of imprisonment or mandate racial sensitivity training or mental health counseling, to be governed as follows: The period of imprisonment may be increased by up to six (6) months per charge.
    Mandatory mental health counseling may be prescribed, if there is reason to believe that the criminal act was wholly or partially the result of undiagnosed or untreated mental illness, pertaining to impulsivity or executive dysfunction.
    Such sentencing addition shall be used in criminal acts where there is a clear and convincing standard met to suggest that an offender’s bias against a protected category influenced or inspired the targeting of an individual, or a group of individuals, for a criminal act or impacted the severity of damage inflicted upon an individual, or a group of individuals.
    All offenses on the Penal Code will have a “sentencing addition,” section providing an answer as to whether a sentencing addition of any kind can be applied.
    Sentencing additions round to closest number in terms of the points issued, but does not go lower than 1.

    704.) The Alien Detention Clause, shall be used in accordance with any individual which cannot be identified upon arrest due to a lack of documentation and/or lack of cooperation. It may not be used on an individual who has been identified, but simply refuses to give their name or cooperate with law enforcement as this would fall under Obstruction of Public Duty. 
    705.) Upon enactment of the Alien Detention Clause by an authorized law enforcement officer, the individual who cannot be identified shall be subject to indefinite detention in an authorized jail until the identity of the individual can be ascertained by law enforcement officials.
     Shall not be a CK, but placed in jail until the individual is identified.

    706.) The Penal Code of San Andreas shall provide a comprehensive, and exhaustive list of charges, exceptions, and clauses in order to avoid reliance on Title 18 of the United States Federal Code. In the event that the Federal Code is required to be used in relation to a crime, the transfer of all persons involved in the crime needing to be charged shall be transferred to federal judiciary authorities.  
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