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  1. State Department Contact List If you have any questions regarding the state department, feel free to contact any of the staff members below. Please do not disturb them, if you called them one more time and they didn't answer, do not re call them and wait for their call. Rank Name Ph. Number President Vijay Joshi 1 Vice-President - - Prime Minister Senator - - - - Staff Director Senior Staff Staff Security - - - - - - - - Feedback will be most welcomed! Thanking You For Your Precious Time ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ тнαnкιng уσυ Ꮃαrмℓу Ꮢєgαr∂ѕ *Ꮙιנαу Ꮰσѕнι* Head Administrator Public Relations "post my name with no spaces anywhere on the forums" 11/03/2018 - 04/04/2018 04/04/2018 - 11/03/2018 Community Positions (Excl. admin related) | Community Advisor | Helper Management| Head Administrator | Community Representative | Faction Moderator | Public Relations | Human Resource Roleplay Achievements Los Santos Police Department | San Andreas Government | San Andreas State Treasury | San Andreas President | Los Santos Senate Representative |Social Worker | Municipal Ward Representative *Ṇєχт Ꮮєνєℓ Ꮢσℓєρℓαу Ꮯσммυɴιту* | Specialists | | Cartel | Platanium | Imperium
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    *Bill Proposal Format*

    *San Andreas Government* Public Relations Secretariat House Proposal Format 1. Senate term 2. Bill number - keep it consecutive 3. Bill Proposal or Constitutional Amendment Proposal: Title 4. Date started 5. Name of the senator who introduced this bill 6. Explanation and Terminology 7. Where would this bill take effect 8. Governing body that will oversee the bill and its duties 9. Penalty for non-compliance with the legislation 10. Enact date Sample Bill: 1st Senate #02 Abolishment of the Department of State 11th of April, 2018 President Vijay Joshi Explanation and Terminology: The Department of State has been lacking purpose for as long as it's been in existence. We should abolish the department and host nothing other than the chair of the President, Vice-President, Secretary of State, and Senators. There's a possibility we can keep one position open beneath the Secretary of State which would be Licensing Officials. They'd be assigned to either the Business Licensing Department or the Weapon Licensing Department and would handle applications, license seizures and so on before a chair opens vacant for their promotion. Where would this bill take effect: State of San Andreas. Governing body that will oversee the bill and its duties: San Andreas Government. Penalty for non-compliance with the legislation: Section not applicable. ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
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  4. *San Andreas Government* Public Relations Secretariat House I. Introduction: San Andreas Senate is the sole legislative body of the state of San Andreas. Senate was established, protected, and empowered by San Andreas Constitution. Senate makes and enacts laws or constitutional amendments in the form of a public discussion and voting among senators. Citizens of San Andreas can voice their opinion via senators during a law-making discussion. II. Terms: As defined in San Andreas Constitution, senators serve terms of three (3) months each. III. Citizen Participation: The sheer number of people in the state of San Andreas will make discussions and forums very difficult to manage and reach a compromise if everyone were to given the access to a discussion. Senate was made so that people's opinion are organized by a senator and collectively represented during a discussion. Within this smaller group, discussions can proceed with a speedy manor while retaining people's opinion. Even though citizens might feel distanced from the government by this medium known as Senate and that they are not directly communicating in a law-making process, citizens are still encouraged to actively participate by contacting senators with your concern and your opinion. We do not want you to be discouraged from participating in shaping your state's law and policy. There are two ways citizens can actively participate in shaping political policies: Elections and communicating with senators. Election: At the very end of each senatorial term, elections will be hosted to elect new senators. It is the most direct way which a citizen influence the government. Election is not limited to selecting new senators! San Andreas Constitution Article IV Section 7 empowers citizens to start a recall election to remove senators. However, you must reach 60 votes in 10 days and an opposing senator must be chosen during the recall election. Communicating with senators: Senate is where additions, deletions, and amendments to laws and the constitution happens. Senate is always open for public to view. As a citizen you have the rights to contact your senator and exert your idea and opinion in an ongoing bill. It is senators' duty to reflect your will onto those discussions. If you feel like your senator is not representing your will, you can always start a recall election mentioned above. IV. Recall Election: San Andreas Constitution Article IV, Section 7 provides every citizen the right to recall a senator. A petition can be started at anytime within our website. SEC. 7. The process of recalling elected legislative officials is as follows: (a) A petition with the sole intent to recall the official must reach 60 valid signatures in the period of 10 days. (b) An opposing candidate must be chosen by the electorate through a recall primary. (c) A recall election between the recall candidate and the public official being recalled will occur, the winner of a plurality in this election will assume the contested office. V. Passing Legislation: The Legislative Branch of the San Andreas Government is tasked with voting on laws that will effect the entire State. For a bill that is introduced to the Senate floor to be passed into law it must go through the following process. 1. 1 week discussion period where Senator places their votes on the bill within that time period. If the bill fails to get a majority of the yes votes by Senators the bill will be rejected 2. The Bill passes a majority vote by the Senate and it will be presented to the President where he can sign it into law or Veto the bill. 3. The President has signed the bill or has not chosen to veto it within the 12-day period so the bill is now law and in San Andreas. SEC. 4. (a) Each bill passed by the Legislature shall be presented to the President. It becomes a statute if it is signed by the President. The President may veto it by returning it with any objections to the house of origin, which shall enter the objections in the journal and proceed to reconsider it. If each house then passes the bill by roll call vote entered in the journal, two-thirds of the membership concurring, it becomes a statute. (b) Any other bill presented to the President that is not returned within 12 days becomes a statute ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Feedback will be most welcomed! Thanking You For Your Precious Time ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ тнαnкιng уσυ Ꮃαrмℓу Ꮢєgαr∂ѕ *Ꮙιנαу Ꮰσѕнι* Head Administrator Public Relations "post my name with no spaces anywhere on the forums" 11/03/2018 - 03/04/2018 03/04/2018 - 11/03/2018 Community Positions (Excl. admin related) | Community Advisor | Helper Management| Head Administrator | Community Representative | Faction Moderator | Public Relations | Human Resource Roleplay Achievements Los Santos Police Department | San Andreas Government | San Andreas State Treasury | San Andreas President | Los Santos Senate Representative |Social Worker | Municipal Ward Representative *Ṇєχт Ꮮєνєℓ Ꮢσℓєρℓαу Ꮯσммυɴιту* | Specialists | | Cartel | Platanium | Imperium
  5. San Andreas Government Public Relations Secretariat House President In the United States, the title "President" refers to the chief executive of each state or insular territory. President retain sovereign police and political power, are not subordinate to the federal authorities except by laws provided by the enumerated powers section of the federal constitution, and serve as the political and ceremonial head of the state. They are also the commander-in-chief of the state milita in each state. Vice-President The Vice-President is the highest officer of state after the President, standing in for that officer when he or she is absent from the state or temporarily incapacitated. In the event a President dies, resigns or is removed from office, the Vice-President typically becomes President. Vice-President are the only officials with specific duties and powers in two branches of state government: the executive and legislative branches. More than half of the MWR members preside over their state senate. Most pursue legislative initiatives; many testify locally and in Washington D.C. in various capacities; some serve on the governors’ cabinets; and others maintain varied portfolios of duties. In many states, the duties of Vice-President are increased by legislation to include the vice-president on state boards, commissions and task forces. " Prime Minister In most of the individual states of the United States, the Prime Minister of State is an administrative officer responsible for certain governmental functions. The specific powers and duties of this office depend on the constitution and laws of the particular state, but they often include responsibility for overseeing elections within the state. Senator As a legislative branch of government, a legislature generally performs state duties for a state in the same way that the United States Congress performs national duties at the national level. Generally, the same system of checks and balances that exists at the Federal level also exists between the state legislature, the state executive officer (governor) and the state judiciary, though the degree to which this is so varies from one state to the next. Staff Director They're the directors of each division in the state government. They thus have full control of said division/agency. Senior Staff Experienced staff members in an division that has excelled at their jobs thus giving them this rank. Staff Newly hired members that will work within a division. Security Secret Service assigned to protect Government properties, officials amongst other things. Judicial Department/DoJ Chief Justice The Chief Justice is the highest judicial officer in the state, and acts as a chief administrative officer for the state courts. The Chief Justice also serves as a spokesperson for the judicial branch. The Chief Justice leads the business of the Supreme Court and presides over oral arguments. When the court renders an opinion, the Chief Justice—when in the majority—decides who writes the court's opinion. The Chief Justice also has significant agenda-setting power over the court's meetings. Associate Justice Associate Justice is the title for a member of a judicial panel with the Chief Justice, Judicial panels are non-hierarchical, so an Associate Judge has the same responsibilities with respect to cases as the Chief Judge. State Attorney General The Attorney General is the State Attorney General of San Andreas. The officer's duty is to ensure that "the laws of the state are uniformly and adequately enforced" The Attorney General carries out the responsibilities of the office through the San Andreas Department of Justice. Their duties include; As the state’s chief law officer, ensures that the laws of the state are uniformly and adequately enforced. Heads the Department of Justice, which is responsible for providing state legal services and support for local law enforcement. Acts as the chief counsel in state litigation. Oversees law enforcement agencies, including District Attorneys and Sheriffs. Federal Magistrate The magistrate judge's seat is not a separate court; the authority that a magistrate judge exercises is the jurisdiction of the district court itself, delegated to the magistrate judge by the district judges of the court under governing statutory authority, local rules of court, or court orders. Rather than fixing the duties of magistrate judges nationwide, the Federal Magistrates Act allows each district court to assign duties to the magistrate judges as fits the needs of that court. In criminal proceedings, magistrate judges preside over misdemeanor and petty offense cases, and as to all criminal cases (felony and misdemeanor) may issue search warrants, arrest warrants, and summonses, accept criminal complaints, conduct initial appearance proceedings and detention hearings, set bail or other conditions of release or detention, hold preliminary hearings and examinations, administer oaths, conduct extradition proceedings, and conduct evidentiary hearings on motions to suppress evidence in felony cases for issuance of reports and recommendations to the district judge. The Supreme Court has held in Peretz v. United States that magistrate judges may supervise the jury selection in a felony trial unless a party objects. In civil proceedings, magistrate judges typically manage discovery and other pretrial matters. They are authorized to issue orders in pretrial matters as long as the order is not dispositive of the case as a whole (such as an order granting summary judgment). They may also be assigned to write reports and recommendations to the district judge as to dispositive matters. With the consent of the parties, they may adjudicate civil cases in the same manner as a district judge, including presiding over jury or non-jury trials. State District Judge State courts handle the vast majority of civil and criminal cases in the state. District Attorney The District Attorney (DA) represents the state government in the prosecution of criminal offenses, and is the chief law enforcement officer and legal officer of that state's jurisdiction. The prosecution is the legal party responsible for presenting the case against an individual who is suspected of breaking the law, initiating and directing further criminal investigations, guiding and recommending the sentencing of offenders, and are the only attorneys allowed to participate in grand jury proceedings. The District Attorney supervises a staff of prosecutors, Assistant District Attorneys (ADAs), who represent the State and prosecute criminals on behalf of the District Attorney. Depending upon the system in place, DAs may be appointed by the chief executive of the jurisdiction or elected by the voters of the jurisdiction. Public Defender Public defender is a lawyer appointed to represent people who cannot afford to hire an attorney. The 1963 US Supreme Court case Gideon v. Wainwright held that the Sixth Amendment's right to counsel provision requires the government to provide legal counsel to indigent defendants in criminal cases. Legal Investigator The justice system is dependent on cold, hard evidence. Legal investigators are the professionals called upon to ensure that both prosecuting and defense attorneys have all pertinent information, including records, documents, and witness testimony, at their disposal when making their case, whether in civil or criminal courts. All information and evidence must advance legal theories so as to benefit their client’s case. Due to time constraints, lawyers often rely on a team of professionals to gather the information and documents needed for the case, with legal investigators being an integral part of that team. Legal investigators perform a number of essential duties for both defense and prosecuting teams, all of which require a sharp mind, solid researching skills, excellent oral and written communication skills, and astute investigative skills. Feedback will be most welcomed! Thanking You For Your Precious Time ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ тнαnкιng уσυ Ꮃαrмℓу Ꮢєgαr∂ѕ *Ꮙιנαу Ꮰσѕнι* Head Administrator Public Relations "post my name with no spaces anywhere on the forums" 11/03/2018 - 01/04/2018 01/04/2018 - 11/03/2018 Community Positions (Excl. admin related) | Community Advisor | Helper Management| Head Administrator | Community Representative | Faction Moderator | Public Relations | Human Resource Roleplay Achievements Los Santos Police Department | San Andreas Government | San Andreas State Treasury | San Andreas President | Los Santos Senate Representative |Social Worker | Municipal Ward Representative *Ṇєχт Ꮮєνєℓ Ꮢσℓєρℓαу Ꮯσммυɴιту* | Specialists | | Cartel | Platanium | Imperium
  6. Vijay_Joshi

    *Teamspeak Request*

    *Teamspeak Request* 1.Teamspeak name:- Vijay 2.What you would like your channel to be called:- I want to join in the already existing Administrators Staff Channel! Feedback will be most welcomed! Thanking You For Your Precious Time ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ тнαnкιng уσυ Ꮃαrмℓу Ꮢєgαr∂ѕ *Ꮙιנαу Ꮰσѕнι* Head Administrator Public Relations "post my name with no spaces anywhere on the forums" 11/03/2018 - 01/04/2018 01/04/2018 - 11/03/2018 Community Positions (Excl. admin related) | Community Advisor | Helper Management| Head Administrator | Community Representative | Faction Moderator | Public Relations | Human Resource Roleplay Achievements Los Santos Police Department | San Andreas Government | San Andreas State Treasury | San Andreas President | Los Santos Senate Representative |Social Worker | Municipal Ward Representative *Ṇєχт Ꮮєνєℓ Ꮢσℓєρℓαу Ꮯσммυɴιту* | Specialists | | Cartel | Platanium | Imperium
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    *Forum Related Request*

    Forum Related Request In-Game Name: Vijay Joshi Forum name: Vijay_Joshi What is your request: >Well, I am kindly requesting the Forums Management to kindly provide me a custom forum titles of 'Head Administrator' as i am HA in game. >It would be a great support if its taken in cognizance ASAP. Feedback will be most welcomed! Thanking You For Your Precious Time _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ тнαnкιng уσυ Ꮃαrмℓу Ꮢєgαr∂ѕ *Ꮙιנαу Ꮰσѕнι* Head Administrator Public Relations "post my name with no spaces anywhere on the forums" 11/03/2018 - 01/04/2018 01/04/2018 - 11/03/2018 Community Positions (Excl. admin related) | Community Advisor | Helper Management| Head Administrator | Community Representative | Faction Moderator | Public Relations | Human Resource Roleplay Achievements Los Santos Police Department | San Andreas Government | San Andreas State Treasury | San Andreas President | Los Santos Senate Representative |Social Worker | Municipal Ward Representative *Ṇєχт Ꮮєνєℓ Ꮢσℓєρℓαу Ꮯσммυɴιту* | Specialists | | Cartel | Platanium | Imperium
  8. *SAN ANDREAS GOVERNMENT* Public Relations Secretariat House RECRUITMENT INFORMATION [1.0] Requirements The requirements of the San Andreas Government Department are straightforward and simple to achieve. To join the department you must first meet the requirements set by the Human Resources Division. Before applying for the government department, applicants must first make sure that the recruitment status is OPEN before sending in any applications. If you send an application whilst recruitment is still CLOSED You will be denied instantly. If it is clear in your application, you have given no effort then you will be automatically denied from the department. [1.1] Applicant Requirements Before applying, you should consult this list of requirements and make sure you’re ready to go through the recruitment process. You must be at-least 21 years of age before submitting your application. You mustn't have a major criminal record. You must have the ability to drive a motor-vehicle and hold a valid driver’s license. You must be physically and mentally fit for the job. You must be able to speak and write fluently in the English language. If an applicant has recently been fired from the government department, they are required to wait 14 days before re-applying to the department. If you re-apply before this time frame has passed, you may be faction banned from the department. If an applicant has been banned from the department, they may apply for a ban-appeal 14 days after the date of their ban. Once they have been unbanned they must wait an additional 7 days before applying to the department with an application. If you have been banned from the department, regardless of any previous rank you may have held - you will have to go through the recruitment process as everyone else should. If you have been denied, you must wait a further 7 days before attempting to re-apply, overlooking this policy will result in you being banned. [1.2] (( Out of Character Requirements )) You must be atleast level 5 before applying for the faction. You must be able to speak and type fluently in English. You must have the ability to role-play to a high standard. You must apply as your main character, we do not accept alt(ernate) accounts. You must not get admin prisoned or banned during the time your application is up. You must have a good OOC reputation, and not be known as a troll/rulebreaker. You must use your main forum account to create the application, or it will be denied instantly. You must list all the past names the applying character has used, failure to do so results in a Departmental Ban. NOTE: If you were recently fired/resigned from a faction, you must wait 7 days to apply, we won't be setting applications on hold anymore. Applying before will get your application instantly denied. [2.0] Applications When you are applying for the San Andreas Government Department, ensure that your VSPAG (Vocabulary, Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar) is correct for the most part and that you have written your application to the best of your ability. (( Remember to list your character's previous names. Also list your past characters, including any CKed ones. )) Once your application has been reviewed, do not constantly harass a member of the Human Resources division’s members as this may result in your application being denied - you can only ask one member of the Human Resources division to process your application if it has not been replied to within the past 24 hours. [2.1] Reinstatements The following criteria now applies for Reinstatements: You must have an active Employee profile or have evidence that you were an Officer or higher within the past 6 months OR you must have achieved Senetor or higher, or served the department for 2 weeks+. You may also reinstate if you were in a Municipal or State Assembly faction other than Government in the past 1 months, with valid evidence. You must have a valid firearm license. If you have been an Politician or higher before 2 months of applying, you may have to start over as a bodyguard. If you were terminated or faction banned (and then unbanned in an appeal), you will have to start over as a bodyguard regardless of your former rank. If you were charged for any misdemeanors or felonies since your last resignation (will be reviewed during Dirty Background Check), you will be forced to start over as a Bodyguard. [2.2] Plagiarism and Error Check Once you have submitted your application, the Recruitment Officer who reviews your application will first cross-check your application details with various other applications, both from Government Archives as well as other factions. Make sure you have not plagiarized any details from other archived applications or you can get Faction Banned. If your application has any misplaced information, doesn't meet word limit, has many errors in the Vocabulary/Grammar or doesn't have proper documents uploaded then it is set to CORRECTIONS. You then have 72 hours to fix the mentioned errors. [2.3] Background Check Once your application has been reviewed, recruitment officers will process your name through the database to check your criminal record and set your application to Pending Background Check. Once this has been enforced, the scenarios listed below will be taken into account. Felonies and Misdemeanors - If you have between 1-3 felonies or 1-7 misdemeanors, your application will be set to Pending State Government Recommendations. You will then require a majority vote among the State Government team. If you have more felonies/misdemeanors than the defined limit, your application will be denied instantly. If there are multiple charges of both types present, 3 misdemeanors will be equated to 1 felony. [2.4] Pending Interview Once your application clear the background check, your application will then be set to Pending. At this point, you are to contact a Human Resources recruiter and wait for them to call you over to the station. At no point are you allowed to harass any recruiter, as this can result in an instant denial. Depending on the outcome of the interview, you can then be Reinstated, Denied or Accepted. [3.0] Department Interview and Post-Interview [3.1] Department Interview As stated above, when your application is on Pending, you are to contact a Human Resources recruiter and they'll arrange an interview time for you. At the allocated time, you are to head to the office where the recruiter will ask for your ID and want to fully frisk you for any potential illegal items. You are to comply with the recruiter and if everything checks out, he will then take you to a closed room for the interview session. During this session, the interviewer will ask you various questions and study your body language. He will deem whether or not you're fit for the department, both physically and mentally. If you manage to clear this stage, you may then be Reinstated or Accepted. The Handbook knowledge test is no longer a part of the Interview. (( Be sure to connect to the NL:RP Teamspeak server so that the Interviewer can test your general communication skills. )) [3.1] Post-Interview If you were Reinstated into the department, you'll be given a brief summary of your assigned duties and any changes that have happened in the Government since you were last in it. After this, you are to resume said assigned duties. If you were Accepted as a fresh Bodyguard, you will then be transferred over to a Human Resources political traninng for a course that lasts 1-2 hours. During this course, you will be given a copy of the SAPD manual to read over. You will then be taught the basics of being a Cadet, what duties you are allowed and not allowed to do .etc. After the end of the course, you will be given a small exam and if you manage to clear it, you will then be permitted to the 7 day Academy course. If you fail the exam, you will be denied instantly. ____________ President Seal _____________ Ꮥɛɴισʀ Ꭺ∂мιɴιѕтʀαтσʀ Ꮲυвℓι¢ Ꮢєℓᴀтισɴѕ Ꮇσ∂єʀαтσʀ Fᴀᴄтισɴ Ꮇσ∂єrαтσʀ тнαnкιng уσυ Ꮃαrмℓу Ꮢєgαr∂ѕ *Ꮙιנαу Ꮰσѕнι* Ꭰєѕιgиαтє∂ Ꮯιтιzєn Ꭾʀєѕιɖєɴт Ꮥαɴ Ꭺɴ∂ʀєαѕ Ꮆσνєʀɴмєռт Ꮮσѕ Ꮥαитσѕ, ֆαn Ꭺn∂rєαs *Ṇєχт Ꮮєνєℓ Ꮢσℓєρℓαу Ꮯσммυɴιту*
  9. *State of San Andreas Penal Code* Public Relations Secretariat House GENERAL GUIDELINES The San Andreas State Penal Code is the official documentation of all the laws in the state. All citizens are required to abide by these laws. Law enforcement officers are here to enforce the law, meaning that they're still required to follow it as well. The State Penal Code is divided in Titles, Sections and Subsections. Example of this: Title 1, Section 3, Subsection 02 (T-1,(3),02) Law enforcement officers are required to follow all the regulations stated by the penal code. When charging civilians, a LEO must: Correctly spell the charge. Calculate the total time a person will spend in jail or prison. Must NOT stack the same charge multiple times. Failure to follow these regulations will result in serious consequences. TABLE OF CONTENTS TITLE 1 - Crimes against the individual TITLE 2 - Crimes against property TITLE 3 - Crimes against public decency TITLE 4 - Crimes against public health and safety TITLE 5 - Crimes against public peace TITLE 6 - Crimes against justice TITLE 7 - Vehicle laws TITLE 8 - Gun control laws TITLE 9 - Miscellaneous crimes TITLE 10 - Crimes against the state TITLE 1 - CRIMES AGAINST THE INDIVIDUAL (1)01 - ASSAULT Assault is defined as any physical attack on another individual with the intention of one person causing harm to another. T-1(1)01 is a misdemeanor which can get you a maximum of 10 minute(s) in a local jail. (1)02 - BATTERY Battery is defined as a use of physical force against another individual which results in serious harm or damages upon the person. T-1(1)02 is a misdemeanor which can get you a maximum of 15 minute(s) in a local jail. (1)03 - ASSAULT WITH A DEADLY WEAPON Assault with a deadly weapon is defined as use of any tool or equipment during a physical attack on another individual. T-1(1)03 is a felony which can get you a maximum of 20 minute(s) in the state correctional facility (1)04 - INTIMIDATION Intimidation is defined as making another individual feel threatened or in any sort of danger. This includes death threats and any sort of verbal abuse on another individual. T-1(1)04 is a misdemeanor which can get you a maximum of 5 minute(s) in a local jail. (1)05 - ATTEMPTED MURDER Attempted murder is defined as any unsuccessful attempt to take someone else's life by use of intentional force or tools. T-1(1)05 is a felony which can get you a maximum of 30 minutes in the state correctional facility (1)06 - MURDER Murder is defined as unlawfully and intentionally taking someone else's life. T-1(1)06 is a felony which can get you a maximum of 120 minute(s) in the state correctional facility. (1)07 - MANSLAUGHTER Manslaughter is defined as unlawful and unintentional killing of another individual. The person committing this act must be proven that he hasn't had any intent to murder and that it was entirely accidental. T-1(1)07 is a felony which can get you a maximum of 45 minutes in the state correctional facility. (1)08 - KIDNAPPING Kidnapping is defined as the act of unlawfully taking or seizing a person against their will. T-1(1)08 is a felony which can get you a maximum of 100 minutes in the state correctional facility. (1)09 - FALSE IMPRISONMENT False imprisonment is defined as unlawfully keeping someone prisoner for a short period of time (under 60 minutes) without the intent to ask for a ransom. T-1(1)09 is a felony which can get you a maximum of 30 minutes in the state correctional facility. (1)10 - TORTURE Torture is defined as intentional cause of extreme and serious body harm to another individual. T-1(1)10 is a felony which can get you a maximum of 120 minutes in the state correctional facility. (1)11 - MASS MURDER Mass Murder is defined as intentional killing of several people in a shorter time period (4+ people within a short time span). T-1(1)11 is a felony which is punishable by a death or life sentence. (1)12 - EXTORTION Extortion is defined as unlawful and intentional threats to another person with the intent of taking goods, money, property, service or something else of value. T-1(1)12 is a felony which can get you a maximum of 50 minutes in the state correctional facility. (1)13 - DOMESTIC VIOLENCE Domestic Violence is defined as an act of violence towards a spouse, family member or close friend. T-1(1)13 is a felony which can get you a maximum of 50 minutes in the state correctional facility. (1)14 - HARASSMENT Harassment is defined as persistent offensive or annoying behavior, be it physical, verbal or sexual. T-1(1)14 is a misdemeanor which can get you a maximum of 25 minutes in a local jail. (1)15 - HOSTAGE TAKING Hostage taking is defined as the act of unlawfully keeping someone prisoner for a long time period (over 60 minutes) with the intent to ask for a ransom in exchange for the kidnapped individual. T-1(1)15 is a felony which can get you a maximum of 100 minutes in the state correctional facility. (1)16 - AIDING AND ABETTING Aiding and Abetting is defined as the willful participation in assisting a felon to commit a crime. T-1(1)16 is a felony which can get you a maximum of 60 minutes in the state correctional facility. (1)17 - ACCESSORY Accessory is defined as assisting in an of a crime (usually not willingly) but not directly partaking in the illegal activity. T-1(1)17 is a misdemeanor which can get you a maximum of 20 minutes in a local jail. (1)18 - RACKETEERING ACTIVITIES Racketeering Activities is defined as participating indirectly or directly in criminal organizations that seek to violate the laws of the state. T-1(1)18 is a felony which can get you a maximum of 50 minutes in the state correctional facility. TITLE 2 - CRIMES AGAINST PROPERTY (2)01 - TRESPASSING Trespassing is defined as entering another individual's closed property without their consent. T-2(2)01 is a misdemeanor which can get you a maximum of 15 minute(s) in a local jail. (2)02 - TRESPASSING ON GOVERNMENT PROPERTY Trespassing on government property is defined as entering a closed government facility. T-2(2)02 is a felony which can get you a maximum of 30 minute(s) in the state correctional facility. (2)03 - ARSON Arson is defined as intentionally setting fire to any kind of property or public area. T-2(2)03 is a felony which can get you a maximum of 60 minute(s) in the state correctional facility.. (2)04 - BURGLARY Burglary is defined as unlawful entry of a closed property with the intent of robbery. T-2(2)04 is a misdemeanor which can get you a maximum of 20 minute(s) in a local jail. (2)05 - ROBBERY Robbery is defined as taking another individual's property through the means of intimidation, assault or battery. T-2(2)05 is a felony which can get you a maximum of 45 minute(s) in the state correctional facility.. (2)06 - ARMED ROBBERY Armed robbery is defined as taking another individual's property with the use of a weapon. T-2(2)06 is a felony which can get you a maximum of 60 minute(s) in the state correctional facility. (2)07 - THEFT Theft is defined as taking another person's property or belongings with the value of the property being between $1,000 - $10,000. T-2(2)07 is a misdemeanor which can get you a maximum of 20 minute(s) in a local jail. (2)08 - GRAND THEFT Grand Theft is defined as taking another person's property or belongings which value passes over $10,000. T-2(2)08 is a felony which can get you a maximum of 35 minute(s) in the state correctional facility. (2)09 - GRAND THEFT AUTO Grand Theft Auto is defined as stealing another individual's vehicle. T-2(2)09 is a felony which can get you a maximum of 45 minute(s) in the state correctional facility. (2)10 - FORGERY Forgery is defined as willful alteration of documents, agreements, electronic devices etc. T-2(2)10 is a felony which can get you a maximum of 60 minute(s) in the state correctional facility. (2)11 - VANDALISM Vandalism is defined as intentional destruction of public or private property. T-2(2)11 is a misdemeanor which can get you a maximum of 20 minute(s) in a local jail. (2)12 - LOITERING ON PRIVATE PROPERTY Loitering on Private property is defined as the act of remaining on a private property without any particular purpose. T-2(2)12 is an infraction which can get you a fine of $7,500 and/or a jail sentence. (2)13 - LOITERING ON GOVERNMENT PROPERTY Loitering on Government property is defined as the act of remaining on government property without any particular prupose. T-2(2)13 is a misdemeanor which can get you a maximum of 10 minute(s) in a local jail. (2)14 - FRAUD Fraud is defined as a wrongful or criminal deception intended to result in personal or financial gain. T-2(2)14 is a felony which can get you a maximum of 50 minute(s) in the state correctional facility. (2)15 - MONEY LAUNDERING Money Laundering is defined as the act of concealment of the origins of illegally obtained money, mostly by means of transfers involving foreign banks or legitimate businesses. T-2(2)15 is a felony which can get you a maximum of 60 minute(s) in the state correctional facility. TITLE 3 - CRIMES AGAINST PUBLIC DECENCY (3)01 - INAPPROPRIATE CONDUCT IN PUBLIC Inappropriate conduct in public is defined as engaging in any sort of sexual activity within a public place. T-3(3)01 is an infraction which can get you a fine of $5,000 and/or a jail sentence. (3)02 - INDECENT EXPOSURE Indecent exposure is defined as exposing a naked body or genitalia in public. T-3(3)02 is an infraction which can get you a fine of $7,000 and/or a jail sentence. (3)03 - PROSTITUTION Prostitution is defined as willful engagement in sexual activity in exchange for any sort of payment. T-3(3)03 is a felony which can get you a maximum of 25 minute(s) in the state correctional facility. (3)04 - PIMPING Pimping is defined as aiding or supervising persons involved in prostitution or any other public decency crimes. T-3(3)04 is a felony which can get you a maximum of 30 minute(s) in the state correctional facility. (3)05 - SEXUAL ASSAULT Sexual Assault is defined as verbal abuse towards another individual for the purpose of sexual arousal. T-3(3)05 is a misdemeanor which can get you a maximum of 20 minute(s) in a local jail. (3)06 - RAPE Rape is defined as unlawful and forced sexual engagement with a person who is unable to defend themselves or without the other party's consent. T-3(3)05 is a felony which can get you a maximum of 60 minute(s) in the state correctional facility. (3)07 - SEXUAL ABUSE Sexual abuse is defined as intentional and forced physical contact. T-3(3)07 is a felony which can get you a maximum of 30 minute(s) in the state correctional facility. TITLE 4 - CRIMES AGAINST PUBLIC HEALTH AND SAFETY (4)01 - POSSESSION OF A CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE Possession of a controlled substance is defined as being in possession of illegal narcotics which are not medical prescribed. T-4(4)01 is a misdemeanor which can get you a maximum of 30 minute(s) in a local jail. (4)02 - DISTRIBUTION OF A CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE Distribution of a controlled substance is defined as intentionally selling or handing out illegal narcotics in exchange for any type of payment. T-4(4)02 is a felony which can get you a maximum of 45 minute(s) in the state correctional facility. (4)03 - MANUFACTURE OF A CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE Manufacture of a controlled substance is defined as growing, harboring and making any type of substances which are unlawful and not medically prescribed. T-4(4)03 is a felony which can get you a maximum of 60 minute(s) in the state correctional facility. (4)04 - UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF A CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE Under the influence of a controlled substance is defined as current usage of narcotics without the proper permits and prescriptions. T-4(4)04 is a misdemeanor which can get you a maximum of 30 minute(s) in a local jail. (4)05 - PUBLIC INTOXICATION Public Intoxication is defined as being under the influence of alcohol in public. This also includes being in possession of alcohol in a public area. T-4(4)05 is a misdemeanor which can get you a maximum of 15 minute(s) in a local jail. (4)06 - TERRORISM Terrorism is defined as an attack on a grand scale against the public, a government building/place with the intent to cause major fear. T-4(4)06 is a felony which results in a death penalty. TITLE 5 - CRIMES AGAINST PUBLIC PEACE (5)01 - DISTURBING PEACE Disturbing peace is defined as intentional and willful attempt to cause a major disturbance of peace in a local public area by provoking, inciting and promoting any type of argument. T-5(5)01 is a misdemeanor which can get you a maximum of 10 minute(s) in a local jail. (5)02 - PUBLIC ENDANGERMENT Public Endangerment is defined as directly or indirectly putting the public at risk or serious harm through various types of actions (shooting, recklessly driving etc). T-5(5)02 is a misdemeanor which can get you a maximum of 30 minute(s) in a local jail. (5)03 - INCITING A RIOT Inciting a riot is defined as unlawful and willful attempt to deliberately cause the start of a non-peaceful riot. T-5(5)03 is a felony which can get you a maximum of 60 minute(s) in the state correctional facility. (5)04 - JAYWALKING Jaywalking is defined as walking or crossing the street in a manner that could disrupt the flow of traffic or even create potential accidents. T-5(5)04 is an infraction which can get you a fine of $7,000 and/or a jail sentence. (5)05 - AFFRAY Affray is defined as a fight or brawl between two people in a public place which can disrupt peace. T-5(5)05 is a misdemeanor which can get you a maximum of 15 minute(s) in a local jail. TITLE 6 - CRIMES AGAINST JUSTICE (6)01 - OBSTRUCTION OF JUSTICE Obstruction of justice is defined as intentionally preventing LEOs from performing their duties. T-6(6)01 is a misdemeanor which can get you a maximum of 20 minute(s) in a local jail. (6)02 - BRIBERY Bribery is defined as a (un)successful attempt at offering valuables to a peace officer to avoid a punishment. T-6(6)02 is a felony which can get you a maximum of 60 minute(s) in the state correctional facility. (6)03 - CONTEMPT OF COURT Contempt of court is defined as failure to follow direct orders from a judge, failing to show up at a court case if requested or failing to respond to a subpoena. T-6(6)03 is an infraction if civil contempt which can get you a $5,000 fine, or a misdemeanor if criminal contempt which can get you a maximum of 30 minute(s) in a local jail. (6)04 - IMPERSONATION Impersonation is defined as intentionally attempting to deceive someone into thinking you're someone else. T-6(6)04 is a misdemeanor which can get you a maximum of 30 minute(s) in a local jail. (6)05 - IMPERSONATION OF A GOVERNMENT OFFICIAL Impersonation of a Government Official is defined as intentionally attempting to deceive someone that you are a Government Employee or a Law Enforcement Officer. T-6(6)05 is a felony which can get you a maximum of 45 minute(s) in a local jail. (6)06 - EVADING Evading is defined as unlawfully escaping police. T-6(6)06 is a misdemeanor which can get you a maximum of 30 minute(s) in a local jail. (6)07 - ESCAPING POLICE CUSTODY Escaping police custody is defined as unlawfully escaping from a local prison or jail. T-6(6)07 is a felony which can get you a maximum of 120 minute(s) in the state correctional facility. (6)08 - DISCOURAGING A WITNESS/VICTIM Discouraging a witness/victim is defined as intentional attempt to harm, discourage, manipulate a victim or a witness. T-6(6)08 is a felony which can get you a maximum of 60 minute(s) in the state correctional facility. (6)09 - TAMPERING WITH EVIDENCE Tampering with evidence is defined as intentional manipulation, destruction and covering of evidence. T-6(6)09 is a felony which can get you a maximum of 60 minute(s) in the state correctional facility. (6)10 - GOVERNMENT CORRUPTION / POLICE MISCONDUCT Government corruption is defined as any unlawful act or abuse committed by a law enforcement official for personal gain. T-6(6)10 is a felony which can get you a maximum of 120 minute(s) in the state correctional facility. (6)11 - NEGLIGENCE Negligence is defined as failure to take appropriate care that often has results and (in)directly affects another party. Criminal Negligence is counted towards this. T-6(6)11 is a misdemeanor which can get you a maximum of 30 minute(s) in a local jail. (6)12 - FAILURE TO COMPLY Failure to Comply is defined as a failure, refusal or neglect to obey a direct official order issued by a law enforcement officer. T-6(6)12 is a misdemeanor which can get you a maximum of 40 minute(s) in a local jail. (6)13 - PERJURY Perjury is defined as the offence of willfully giving false information or making a misinterpretation under an oath. T-6(6)13 is a misdemeanor which can get you a maximum of 20 minute(s) in a local jail. (6)14 - CONCEALING IDENTITY Concealing your identity is defined as covering your face with anything or disguising your voice with the intent of concealing your identity from authorities. T-6(6)14 is a misdemeanor which can get you a maximum of 15 minute(s) in the state correctional facility. TITLE 7 - VEHICLE LAWS (7)01 - DRIVING WITHOUT A LICENSE Driving without a license is defined as operating any sort of motor vehicle without the proper valid documentation. T-7(7)01 is a misdemeanor which can get you a maximum of 30 minute(s) in a local jail. (7)02 - RECKLESS DRIVING Reckless driving is defined as driving with no regard to public safety, with no proper care. T-7(7)02 is a misdemeanor which can get you a maximum of 30 minute(s) in a local jail. (7)03 - HIT AND RUN Hit and run is defined as (un)intentional hitting of another individual with a vehicle and leaving the scene. T-7(7)03 is a misdemeanor which can get you a maximum of 30 minute(s) in a local jail. (7)04 - VEHICULAR ASSAULT Vehicular assault is defined as an intentional attempt to cause serious harm to another person with the use of a motor vehicle. This includes repeated ramming. T-7(7)04 is a felony which can get you a maximum of 45 minute(s) in the state correctional facility. (7)05 - ILLEGAL PARKING Illegal Parking is defined as leaving your vehicle in a place not deemed for legal parking, or in a place that can obstruct the flow of traffic. T-7(7)05 is an infraction which can get you a fine of $5,000 and/or a jail sentence. (7)06 - ILLEGAL SHORTCUT Illegal Parking is defined as driving through a section of the city that isn't meant to be used for travel, like a private driveway. T-7(7)06 is an infraction which can get you a fine of $6,000 and/or a jail sentence. (7)07 - RIDING A 2-WHEELER WITHOUT A HELMET Riding a 2-wheeler without a Helmet is defines as driving any 2-wheeler (bicycles do not apply) without having a safety helmet on. T-7(7)07 is an infraction which can get you a fine of $7,500 and/or a jail sentence. (7)07 - ILLEGAL MODIFICATIONS Illegal Modifications is defined as having any unnecessary mods on your vehicles. For example; NOS canisters, hydraulics, neon, anything that obstructs the view of the license plate (custom spoilers) .etc. T-7(7)07 is an infraction which can get you a fine of $8,000 and/or a jail sentence. (7)08 - SPEEDING Speeding is defined as driving a motor vehicle faster than the defined speed limit. The speed limit for regular roads is 55 mph and 100 mph for highways. T-7(7)08 is an infraction which can get you a fine of $10,000 and/or a jail sentence. (7)09 - ILLEGAL RACING Illegal Racing is defined as partaking in a motor vehicle race without a government-issued permit for such an event. T-7(7)09 is a misdemeanor which can get you a maximum of 20 minute(s) in a local jail. (7)10 - DRIVING UNDER INFLUENCE Driving under Influence is defined as operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol or narcotics. T-7(7)10 is a misdemeanor which can get you a maximum of 20 minute(s) in a local jail. (7)11 - JOYRIDING Joyriding is defined as an action or practice of driving fast and dangerously with no particular goal or destination, other than for the thrill of it. T-7(7)11 is a felony which can get you a maximum of 40 minute(s) in the state correctional facility. TITLE 8 - GUN CONTROL (8)01 - POSSESSION OF AN UNLICENSED FIREARM Possession of an unlicensed firearm is defined as possessing a legal firearm without a license. These firearms include: Deagle, Colt 45, Shotgun, Rifle. This does not apply for factions. T-8(8)01 is a misdemeanor which can get you a maximum of 35 minute(s) in a local jail. (8)02 - POSSESSION OF AN ILLEGAL FIREARM Possession of an illegal firearm is defined as possessing a firearm that is not branded legal even with a weapon license. These firearms include: Assault Rifles, Sniper Rifles, Combat Shotguns, Sub-Machine guns, silenced firearms etc. T-8(8)02 is a felony which can get you a maximum of 40 minute(s) in the state correctional facility. (8)03 - UNLAWFUL DISCHARGE OF A FIREARM Unlawful discharge is defined as firing a weapon without a proper cause or reason. T-8(8)03 is a misdemeanor which can get you a maximum of 30 minute(s) in a local jail. (8)04 - UNLAWFUL DISTRIBUTION OF FIREARMS Unlawful distribution is defined as illegal selling/giving away of weapons without a license. T-8(8)04 is a felony which can get you a maximum of 35 minute(s) in the state correctional facility. (8)05 - BRANDISHING A FIREARM Brandishing is defined as carrying an unconcealed weapon in public, causing panic and potential harm. Even with a license, you may not open-carry. T-8(8)05 is a misdemeanor which can get you a maximum of 20 minute(s) in a local jail. (8)06 - UNLAWFUL MANUFACTURE OF FIREARMS Unlawful manufacture of firearms is defined as making illegal weapons without a proper license and permit. T-8(8)04 is a felony which can get you a maximum of 40 minute(s) in the state correctional facility.. (8)07 - POSSESSION OF UNLICENSED WEAPON PARTS Possession of Unlicensed Weapon parts is defined as carrying illegal materials that can be used in crafting unlicensed firearms. T-8(8)07 is a felony which can get you a maximum of 30 minute(s) in the state correctional facility. (8)08 - DISTRIBUTION OF UNLICENSED WEAPON PARTS Distribution of Unlicensed Weapon parts is defined as the sale of illegal materials that are used in crafting unlicensed firearms. T-8(8)08 is a felony which can get you a maximum of 40 minute(s) in the state correctional facility.. TITLE 9 - MISCELLANEOUS CRIMES (9)01 - MISUSE OF 911 Misuse of 911 is defined as a prank or false call over the 911 hotline. T-9(9)01 is an infraction which can get you a fine of $7,500 and/or a jail sentence. (9)02 - FCC INFRACTION FCC Infraction is defined as usage of public advertisements in an unlawful or abusive manner that violates the SAN's FCC guidelines. T-9(9)02 is an infraction which can get you a fine of $20,000. (9)03 - FCC VIOLATION FCC Violation is defined as usage of public advertisements in a manner that is deemed illegal by the penal code, for example, to traffic illegal items or as a method of spreading sensitive information. T-9(9)03 is a misdemeanor which can get you a maximum of 30 minute(s) in a local jail. TITLE 10 - CRIMES AGAINST THE STATE (10)01 - TAX EVASION Tax Evasion is defined as the illegal evasion of payment of taxes by non-payment, underpayment or deliberately misinterpreting the true state of affairs to authorities to reduce tax liability (( stacking /signcheck's )). T-10(10)01 is a felony which can get you a maximum of 60 minute(s) in the state correctional facility. (10)02 - EMBEZZLEMENT Embezzlement is defined as the act of withholding funds for the purpose of stealing it instead of using the funds for its designated purpose. T-10(10)02 is a felony which can get you a maximum of 120 minute(s) in the state correctional facility. (10)03 - ESPIONAGE Espionage is defined as the act of releasing confidential information of the state, without the consent of the government. T-10(10)03 is a felony which can get you a maximum of 180 minute(s) in the state correctional facility. (10)04 - TREASON Treason is defined as the act of levying war to the state, adhering to its enemies, giving them aid or comfort by attempting to kill government officials or overthrow the government, or by releasing confidential information. T-10(10)04 is a felony which is punishable by a death or life sentence. (10)05 - INSUBORDINATION Insubordination is defined as an act of defiance of the authority. A refusal to obey orders from the state government executives. T-10(10)05 is a misdemeanor which is punishable by suspension or termination. ___________ President Seal _____________ Ꮥɛɴισʀ Ꭺ∂мιɴιѕтʀαтσʀ Ꮲυвℓι¢ Ꮢєℓᴀтισɴѕ Ꮇσ∂єʀαтσʀ Fᴀᴄтισɴ Ꮇσ∂єrαтσʀ тнαnкιng уσυ Ꮃαrмℓу Ꮢєgαr∂ѕ *Ꮙιנαу Ꮰσѕнι* Ꭰєѕιgиαтє∂ Ꮯιтιzєn Ꭾʀєѕιɖєɴт Ꮥαɴ Ꭺɴ∂ʀєαѕ Ꮆσνєʀɴмєռт Ꮮσѕ Ꮥαитσѕ, ֆαn Ꭺn∂rєαs *Ṇєχт Ꮮєνєℓ Ꮢσℓєρℓαу Ꮯσммυɴιту*
  10. Vijay_Joshi

    *Game Suggestions*

    *Game Suggestions* What is your suggestion? Furniture Suggestion Text: -> Add more furniture it's not alot you can pick from to design your house. -> Add more furniture slots. -> An In Game Guide with Text to guide how to use/edit/modify/create/delete furniture __________________ Ꮆɛռɛʀᴀℓ Ꭺ∂мιɴιѕтʀαтσʀ Fᴀᴄтισɴ Ꮇσ∂єrαтσʀ тнαnкιng уσυ Ꮃαrмℓу Ꮢєgαr∂ѕ *Ꮙιנαу Ꮰσѕнι* Ꭰєѕιgиαтє∂ Ꮯιтιzєn Ꭾʀєѕιɖєɴт Ꮥαɴ Ꭺɴ∂ʀєαѕ Ꮆσνєʀɴмєռт Ꮮσѕ Ꮥαитσѕ, ֆαn Ꭺn∂rєαs *Ṇєχт Ꮮєνєℓ Ꮢσℓєρℓαу Ꮯσммυɴιту*
  11. Vijay_Joshi

    Economy Nurf

    Well, As per the suggestions on this topic, my personal views are that i would like to express that the Current Economic status is well and Good just leaving some unrealistic prices of some commodities like cars,houses,etc. I support your ideas of having an structural realistic economy nurf which could make the players stats in terms of doing buying/selling business more smoothly and also accelerate the server mode to more realistic roleplay. Thanking You for your Precious Time & Guidance! Feedbacks are Welcomed! __________________ Ꮆɛռɛʀᴀℓ Ꭺ∂мιɴιѕтʀαтσʀ Fᴀᴄтισɴ Ꮇσ∂єrαтσʀ тнαnкιng уσυ Ꮃαrмℓу Ꮢєgαr∂ѕ *Ꮙιנαу Ꮰσѕнι* Ꭰєѕιgиαтє∂ Ꮯιтιzєn Ꭾʀєѕιɖєɴт Ꮥαɴ Ꭺɴ∂ʀєαѕ Ꮆσνєʀɴмєռт Ꮮσѕ Ꮥαитσѕ, ֆαn Ꭺn∂rєαs *Ṇєχт Ꮮєνєℓ Ꮢσℓєρℓαу Ꮯσммυɴιту*
  12. Vijay_Joshi

    *Game Suggestion*

    *Game Suggestion* What is your suggestion? Interior tracking Suggestion Information: Currently, tracking someone who's in an interior is kinda fucked up. It doesn't allow you to do it if you /find, or if you use the MDC tracking then it'll show you their location in the interior itself. (Red County, Blueberry, Bone County .etc.) Change the system so that it gives a marker to the interior entrance itself, where the player is located at. __________________ Ꮆɛռɛʀᴀℓ Ꭺ∂мιɴιѕтʀαтσʀ Fᴀᴄтισɴ Ꮇσ∂єrαтσʀ тнαnкιng уσυ Ꮃαrмℓу Ꮢєgαr∂ѕ *Ꮙιנαу Ꮰσѕнι* Ꭰєѕιgиαтє∂ Ꮯιтιzєn Ꭾʀєѕιɖєɴт Ꮥαɴ Ꭺɴ∂ʀєαѕ Ꮆσνєʀɴмєռт Ꮮσѕ Ꮥαитσѕ, ֆαn Ꭺn∂rєαs *Ṇєχт Ꮮєνєℓ Ꮢσℓєρℓαу Ꮯσммυɴιту*
  13. Vijay_Joshi

    Expanding Servers Hosted By Us!

    Well,its quite a Good idea that our community will be growing more with expanding new possibilties of platforms for the players to struck with.As i would be suggesting games such as: 1. Counter Strike 2. GTA V 3. MAFIA II I would also like to suggest that our samp server community needs some pace and acceleration and alteration in terms of many stratergic plans of the server.As the player peak is going low by low their are many possibilities of mishappenings which the Community might face due to this problem.So to eradicate this problem we (community supporters) would be much more supportive and assistful in accordance with any kind of help we could present to our lovely community. __________________ Ꮆɛռɛʀᴀℓ Ꭺ∂мιɴιѕтʀαтσʀ Fᴀᴄтισɴ Ꮇσ∂єrαтσʀ тнαnкιng уσυ Ꮃαrмℓу Ꮢєgαr∂ѕ *Ꮙιנαу Ꮰσѕнι* Ꭰєѕιgиαтє∂ Ꮯιтιzєn Ꭾʀєѕιɖєɴт Ꮥαɴ Ꭺɴ∂ʀєαѕ Ꮆσνєʀɴмєռт Ꮮσѕ Ꮥαитσѕ, ֆαn Ꭺn∂rєαs *Ṇєχт Ꮮєνєℓ Ꮢσℓєρℓαу Ꮯσммυɴιту*
  14. COUNTER AFFIDAVIT Henry Brusca vs. VIJAY JOSHI CC 1830-N For: HENRY BRUSCA BY IMPREACHMENT LETTER COUNTER AFFIDAVIT I, Mr.Vijay Joshi, of legal age, single and presently 'President of State of San Andreas', after having been sworn in accordance with law do hereby depose and say:1) That I am holding an authority charged with the public relations and administrative,ministerial process. As the impeachment petition filled by Mr.'Henry Brusca' which is pending before the 'Office of the Judicial Branch of Hon.Stella Cranford', 'Hall of Justice', Los Santos, docketed under NPS No. X-03-INV-11E-001541;2) That Paragraph 1 of the Sworn Statement of Henry Brusca dated March 27, 2018 is denied. The truth of the matter are as follows: That in the day of March 27, 2018 at about 9:32 in the morning, I was inside the Office of the Municipal Treasurer situated at the ground floor of City Municipal Hall,Los Santos, where Henry Brusca securing some important documents which he brought with himself that were proposed to the Office of the President of Local Government of Los Santos City, before the Honourabl'e President Mr.Vijay Joshi. These documents particulars stated and highlighted that Absolute and Unaccountable Supervision of the 'SASP Department' over all other departments of State of San Andreas. Such particulars of such document was such that if it could be granted acceptance it could result in the deadline of the whole administrative and ministerial structure constituted under the State of San Andreas Constitution under the scheduled II. At 09:51 A.M. same day and at the same meeting, relatively before the Hon. 'Presidential Office', such proposal of Mr.Henry Brusca was been denied upon the instructions directed by the Honourabl'e Presidential Crown Mr.Vijay Joshi. On further of such denial to such proposal that Mr.Henry Brusca started thereating, the Presidential Crown to pass the proposal pursed under his lustful desires. In the on going of the same transaction he committed an offence of defarmation and Contempt of the Hon.'Presidental Crown'. A certain while later when he was been requested to kindly leave the office, as me Vijay Joshi was leaving for some important meeting, therefore Henry Brusca, suddenly blocked the door and thereafter shouted in angry manner and in a very loud voice and uttered the following words to quote “I WANT MY PROPOSAL TO BE PASSED AT ANY COST,YOU ARE ABUSER” which was been opposed by Mr.Vijay Joshi, on the further consequences in the course of the same transactions when he continued his appeals for passing the proposal along with using of undue force,means and influence on the 'Presidential Corwn' at last the Presidential Crown was forced to pass his suspension letter on the grounds of Contempt and committing an offence of moral turpitute (disrespecting the senior authority & violation of the departmental moral ethics). Further, it was not true that I abused the power or took any arbitrary action against him as he was pursuing his bad behaviour along with the use of undue force and influence for such unreasonable proposals;3) That to avoid further chaos and public riot considering that we were in the office during office hours, I just tried evaded the situation and went up to the Office of the Presidental Crown where I was stationed;4) That after a lapse of about 10 to 15 minutes, I went downstairs and prepared to proceeded to meeting at Office of the Municipal Lokpal situated at Las Ventures stated above;5) That before reaching the ground, at a distance of about an arm length, I saw and heard the complainant angrily shouted the same words again in the presence of public and office ministers and at the same time approached me, sensing that he will harm me, I transported to the back of the seat of the office car and went away; PRAYER Petitioner being aware of the consequences of presenting false documents (petition), or such documents which could harm or infringe the prestige and designation of the public servent under the color of his duty. So therefore it is hearby PRAYERED before the Hon'ble Court that after considering and taking cognizance of all the facts and cumstances ‘stated above it is most respectfully clear that such a petition flilled by Mr.Henry Brusca was only an menz rea from his part just to defame the status of the Presidential Crown and so i hearby appeal this Hon’ble Court that to E I prayed thereinafter - Henry's petition, Dismiss the writ petition of the Petitioner and suspend him from his duties along with imposing an exemplary costs including an suit against him for publishing false documents,evidences and defarmation of the Hon'ble 'Presidential Crown' in ithe interest of justice. Signature: ᏉᎥjᎪᎽ ᏠᎾshᎥ __________________ Ꮆɛռɛʀᴀℓ Ꭺ∂мιɴιѕтʀαтσʀ Fᴀᴄтισɴ Ꮇσ∂єrαтσʀ тнαnкιng уσυ Ꮃαrмℓу Ꮢєgαr∂ѕ *Ꮙιנαу Ꮰσѕнι* Ꭰєѕιgиαтє∂ Ꮯιтιzєn Ꭾʀєѕιɖєɴт Ꮥαɴ Ꭺɴ∂ʀєαѕ Ꮆσνєʀɴмєռт Ꮮσѕ Ꮥαитσѕ, ֆαn Ꭺn∂rєαs *Ṇєχт Ꮮєνєℓ Ꮢσℓєρℓαу Ꮯσммυɴιту*
  15. Complaint Against Players (Hackers + Dmer's) Your in-game name: Vijay_Joshi Date of the incident: 19/03/2018 The rule(s) broken: - Hacking + Mass Car Spawning + Rapid Bullet Fire + Airbreaking Hackers Black List (Screenshot 01 to 34) 1.Mgabobo_Kayo 2.Takuleng_Banderas 3.Ruck_Demon The rule(s) broken: - - Repeated Deathmatching (DM) DMer's Black List (Screenshot 35 to 51) 1.Ako_Tnga 2.Harlem_Felly 3.Balkun_Skusla 4.Likeser_Medow 5.Jimmy_Santos 6.Sam_Richman 7.Azis_Cheops Story Behind the Scene: Sir all the Players were connected in the server as regularly they used to do and was enjoying their time,suddenly some of the hackers joined our peaceful Next Level Roleplay land started hacking which includes:- Mass Car Spawning,Rapid Bullet Firing,Airbreaking,DM'ing everyone from the server without any reason.There was no administrator online at that time due to which their could be no action that was able to be taken at that time.At last i could only Jail them but that dosen't works for an hacker as well they used their third party (hacks) to get out of the jail and creates that nuisance again which infringes the Server Peace & Harmony.So therefore its an request for an Management to kindly ban them along with their IP's (Range Ban) because they used to come everytime with a new account. Secondly, i have also listed down the today's Dmer's List which are involved in the repeated Dming & breaking basic roleplay rules & regulations. Evidences: Screenshot No.1 Screenshot No.2 Screenshot No.3 Screenshot No.4 Screenshot No.5 Screenshot No.6 Screenshot No.7 Screenshot No.8 Screenshot No.9 Screenshot No.10 Screenshot No.11 Screenshot No.12 Screenshot No.13 Screenshot No.14 Screenshot No.15 Screenshot No.16 Screenshot No.17 Screenshot No.18 Screenshot No.19 Screenshot No.20 Screenshot No.21 Screenshot No.22 Screenshot No.23 Screenshot No.24 Screenshot No.25 Screenshot No.26 Screenshot No.27 Screenshot No.28 Screenshot No.29 Screenshot No.30 Screenshot No.31 Screenshot No.32 Screenshot No.33 Screenshot No.34 Now DMer's Screen Shots Screenshot No.35 Screenshot No.36 Screenshot No.37 Screenshot No.38 Screenshot No.39 Screenshot No.40 Screenshot No.41 Screenshot No.42 Screenshot No.43 Screenshot No.44 Screenshot No.45 Screenshot No.46 Screenshot No.47 Screenshot No.48 Screenshot No.49 Screenshot No.50 Screenshot No.51 Action Requested: -Range Ban for hackers -Harsh Imprisonment for repeated Dmer's _____________ Ꮯσммυɴιту Hєℓρєʀ тнαnкιng уσυ Ꮃαrмℓу Ꮢєgαr∂ѕ *Ꮙιנαу Ꮰσѕнι* Ꭰєѕιgиαтє∂ Ꮯιтιzєn Ꭾʀєѕιɖєɴт Ꮥαɴ Ꭺɴ∂ʀєαѕ Ꮆσνєʀɴмєռт Ꮮσѕ Ꮥαитσѕ, ֆαn Ꭺn∂rєαs *Ṇєχт Ꮮєνєℓ Ꮢσℓєρℓαу Ꮯσммυɴιту*
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