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CHAPTER 1 - Road Legislation and Traffic Offenses
Road Legislation
(1) 01. Legal Speed
Any citizen driving a (motor) vehicle is obligated to drive on highways at a maximum speed of 150 km/h, on national roads at 100 km/h, and in cities at 70 km/h. CAUTION: If the legal limit is exceeded by over 50 km/h, the violation is punishable by imprisonment for 30 months and the suspension of the driving license for a period of 3 months.
Traffic rule violation is an offense that is penalized by fining the suspect and ranging from 3 penalty points to the suspension of the license for a period of 3 months, depending on the speed captured by the radar device: • Under 50 km/h: $3,000 and 3 penalty points • Over 50 km/h: $7,000, suspension of the license for 3 months, and imprisonment for 30 months
(1) 02. Reckless Driving
Any citizen operating a vehicle aggressively, failing to ensure safety, driving at excessive speed, or endangering their own life or the lives of others. Traffic rule violation is an offense punishable by a fine of $2,500 and 3 penalty points.
(1) 03. Disregarding Road Markings
Any vehicle driver who does not respect road markings (STOP / Double continuous lines, etc.) will be sanctioned according to the penal code. Traffic rule violation is an offense punishable by a fine of $3,500 and 3 penalty points.
(1) 04. Failure to Yield
Any vehicle driver who fails to yield to vehicles and pedestrians with the right of way will be sanctioned according to the penal code. Traffic rule violation is an offense punishable by license suspension, a fine of $3,500, and 3 penalty points.
(1) 05. Disregarding Police Traffic Signs
Any vehicle driver who does not respect traffic signs imposed by the Police will be sanctioned according to the penal code. Traffic rule violation is an offense punishable by license suspension and a fine of $5,000.
(1) 06. Disregarding Lights and Sirens
Any driver is obligated to stop and pull over if necessary when they see a vehicle from the Police or Hospital with lights or lights and sirens. After they have passed, you have the right to resume movement.
  • Traffic rule (1) 06 is an offense punishable by license suspension and a fine of $8000.
(1) 07. Illegal Parking
Any citizen who illegally parks their car without ensuring it is in an area that allows parking. It is forbidden to park on the curb! You have the right next to the curb only if the curb is not painted red! A red curb represents no parking! Traffic rule (1) 07 is an offense punishable by a fine of $2,500 and the towing of the vehicle.
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(1) 08. Forbidden Crossing Any citizen who crosses through a location where crossing is not allowed, in order to get somewhere faster, endangering the life of a citizen or their own life, is punished as a traffic offense. Traffic rule (1) 08 is an offense punishable by a fine of $1,000.
(1) 09. Covering the Face While Driving Any vehicle driver who wears a mask/bandana or any other object covering their face will be sanctioned according to the penal code. It is strictly forbidden to drive in this manner as it reduces visibility. Traffic rule (1) 09 is an offense punishable by a fine of $5,000.
(1) 10. Using the Phone While Driving Any vehicle driver is strictly prohibited from using the phone while driving. Traffic rule (1) 10 is an offense punishable by a fine of $1,500 (1) 11. Excessive Honking Any citizen who honks in prohibited areas or in an excessive manner. ● Traffic rule (1) 11 is an offense punishable by a fine of $1,500.
(1) 12. Tinted Windows Any citizen who owns tinted windows on their car and obstructs the identification of the driver by an officer will be sanctioned according to the penal code. Traffic rule (1) 12 is an offense punishable by a fine of $3,000 and the confiscation of the Vehicle Inspection Certificate (ITP). If the citizen does not possess a valid ITP certificate, they will be sanctioned according to traffic rule (1) 16.
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(1) 13. Neon Lights Any citizen who has neon lights installed under their vehicle will be sanctioned according to the penal code. The installation of neon lights under the vehicle is strictly prohibited. Traffic rule (1) 13 is an offense punishable by a fine of $3,500 and the confiscation of the Vehicle Inspection Certificate (ITP). If the citizen does not possess a valid ITP certificate, they will be sanctioned according to traffic rule (1) 16.
(1) 14. Custom Horn Any vehicle driver who installs a custom horn in addition to the stock one will be sanctioned according to the penal code. The installation of a custom horn is strictly prohibited. Traffic rule (1) 14 is an offense punishable by a fine of $2,000 and the confiscation of the Vehicle Inspection Certificate (ITP). If the citizen does not possess a valid ITP certificate, they will be sanctioned according to traffic rule (1) 16. (1) 15. Xenon Lights Any citizen who has xenon lights installed on their vehicle will be sanctioned according to the penal code. The installation of xenon lights on a vehicle is strictly prohibited. Traffic rule (1) 15 is an offense punishable by a fine of $3,500 and the confiscation of the Vehicle Inspection Certificate (ITP). If the citizen does not possess a valid ITP certificate, they will be sanctioned according to traffic rule (1) 16.
(1) 16. Expired Vehicle Inspection Certificate (ITP) Any citizen driving on public roads with a vehicle lacking a certificate attesting that the vehicle is fit for circulation [ITP Certificate].
Traffic rule (1) 16 is an offense that may result in the suspension of the driver's license, a fine of $10,000, and the impoundment of the vehicle.
Traffic Offenses
(1) 17. Evading an Officer with a Vehicle
Any citizen who uses a vehicle to evade an officer. ● Penal Code (1) 17 is an offense that can be punished with license suspension, detaining the suspect for 50-80 months, and a fine of $7,000.
(1) 18. Driving Without a License
Any citizen who drives a vehicle without a valid driver's license. ● Penal Code (1) 18 is an offense that can be punished with detaining the suspect for 30-50 months and a fine of $6,000.
(1) 19. Driving Under the Influence of Drugs or Alcohol
Any citizen who is driving and has a blood alcohol level of 0.1% or is under the influence of any type of narcotics, endangering the life of a civilian or their own life. ● Traffic rule (1) 19 is an offense that can be punished with detaining the suspect for 30-50 months, confiscating the license, and a fine of $6,000.
(1) 20. Illegal Racing
Any citizen who engages in any type of street racing without legal permission from the police, endangering the lives of civilians. ● Traffic rule (1) 20 is an offense that can be punished with license suspension, detaining the suspect for 40-60 months, and a fine of $15,000.
(1) 21. Leaving the Scene of an Accident or Crime
Any citizen who leaves the scene of an accident or crime without reporting to or calling the authorities. ● Penal Code (1) 21 is an offense that can be punished with detaining the suspect for 30-50 months and a fine of $5,500.
CHAPTER 2 - Offenses against Morality, Properties, and Public Peace
(2) 01. Covering the Face Any person who covers their facial area with any object (Mask / Bandana / Scarf, etc.) in public spaces will be sanctioned according to the penal code with a fine and mandatory search because that person is considered potentially dangerous and may endanger the safety of citizens. ● Penal Code (2) 01 represents an offense that can be punished with a fine of $3.000.
(2) 02. Stalking Without Approval/Authorization Any person who knowingly stalks another person with the intent to instill fear for their safety or the safety of their family. ● Penal Code (2) 02 represents an offense that can be punished with detaining the suspect for 30-50 months and a fine of $7,000.
(2) 03. Stalking Police/Paramedic Vehicles Without Approval/Authorization Any person who knowingly stalks a police/paramedic unit with the intent to instill fear for their safety. ● Penal Code (2) 03 represents an offense that can be punished with detaining the suspect for 30-50 months and a fine of $12,000.
(2) 04. Indecent Exposure Any person who knowingly exposes their genital organs in public or in any space where other people are present. ● Penal Code (2) 04 represents an offense that can be punished with detaining the suspect for 20-40 months and a fine of $6,000.
(2) 05. Prostitution Prostitution consists of a person procuring their main means of livelihood by engaging in sexual relations with different individuals for this purpose. It also applies to clients of these individuals who engage in prostitution. ● Penal Code (2) 05 represents an offense that can be punished with detaining the suspect for 25-50 months and a fine of $10,000.
(2) 06. Rape Rape involves any sexual act with a person of a different or the same sex through coercion or taking advantage of their inability to defend themselves or express their will.
● Penal Code (2)06 represents a crime that can be punished with detaining the suspect for 50-100 months and a fine of $25,000.
(2) 07. Trespassing on Private Property Entering without right, in any way, into a residence, room, or private place without the consent of the person who owns it, or refusing to leave at their request. ● Penal Code (2)07 represents an offense that can be punished with detaining the suspect for 25-50 months and a fine of $7,000.
(2) 08. Failure to Leave a State Institution Any person who refuses to leave a state institution (Police Station / Hospital / Penitentiary, etc.) upon the request of the police. ● Penal Code (2)08 represents an offense that can be punished with detaining the suspect for 15-30 months and a fine of $8,000.
(2) 09. Vandalism Any person who destroys or damages property that does not belong to them. ● Penal Code (2)09 represents an offense that can be punished with detaining the suspect for 30-50 months and a fine of $15,000.
(2) 10. Extortion Extortion involves using fear or other methods as a mechanism to influence an individual to perform various activities or services. ● Penal Code (2)10 represents a crime that can be punished with detaining the suspect for 35-55 months and a fine of $6,000.
(2) 11. Theft Theft involves a person taking a movable property from the possession or custody of another person without their consent, with the intention of wrongfully appropriating it. ● Penal Code (2)11 represents an offense that can be punished with detaining the suspect for 50-70 months and a fine of $15,000.
(2) 12.1 Auto Theft Any person who steals a vehicle, regardless of its value. This charge includes breaking into a vehicle, with or without the intention of stealing it. ● Penal Code (2)12.1 represents an offense that can be punished with detaining the suspect for 30-50 months and a fine of $7,000.
(2) 12.2. Police/Hospital Auto Theft Any person who steals a vehicle belonging to the Police Department or the Hospital. This charge includes breaking into a vehicle, with or without the intention of stealing it. ● Penal Code (2)12.2 represents an offense that can be punished with detaining the suspect for 50-70 months and a fine of $10,000.
(2) 13.1 Robbery Robbery involves stealing personal property in the presence of individuals, using force or fear, such as assault or bodily harm. ● Penal Code (2)13.1 represents a crime that can be punished with detaining the suspect for 100-150 months and a fine of $30,000.
(2) 13.2. Armed Robbery Obtaining property from a person's possession by using force or instilling fear with the help of any model of weapon. ● Penal Code (2)13.2 represents a crime that can be punished with detaining the suspect for 100-150 months and a fine of $35,000.
(2) 14. Disturbing Public Peace When a civilian maximizes the volume of an electronic device, speaks in a too loud tone, uses obscene gestures in public, or provokes argument or fight. ● Penal Code (2)14 represents an offense that can be punished with detaining the suspect for 10-20 months and a fine of $5,000.
(2) 15. Failure to Leave a Place When one or more civilians refuse to leave the location indicated by a law enforcement officer. ● Penal Code (2)15 represents an offense that can be punished with detaining the suspect for 15-30 months and a fine of $5,000.
(2) 16. Incitement of a Riot When one or more civilians attempt to create a riot with the intent to destroy public property or harm multiple people in their vicinity. ● Penal Code (2)16 represents an offense that can be punished with detaining the suspect for 25-50 months and a fine of $20,000.
(2) 17. Slander Slander involves asserting or imputing, through any means, a specific fact about a person in public, which, if true, would expose that person to criminal, administrative, or disciplinary sanctions or public contempt. ● Penal Code (2)17 represents an offense that can be punished with detaining the suspect for 15-30 months and a fine of $7,000.
(2) 18. Searching through Public Trash Any action involving searching through public trash by civilians is strictly prohibited. This includes, but is not limited to, attempting to inspect, rummage, or search in garbage containers, trash bins, or other containers intended for waste storage. ● Penal Code (2)18 represents an offense that can be punished with a fine of $2,000. CHAPTER 3 - Offenses against Justice
(3) 01. Obstruction of an Officer
Any citizen who impedes an officer from performing their duties correctly or endangers the safety of the officer or any civilian nearby. Not to be combined with Resisting Arrest. ● Penal Code (3)01 represents an offense that can be punished with detaining the suspect for 25-50 months and a fine of $7,000.
(3) 02. Insult An offense consisting of insult, humiliation, slander, vandalism, threat, or other acts of verbal and physical violence against a police officer. ● Penal Code (3)02 represents an offense that can be punished with detaining the suspect for 35-55 months and a fine of $8,000.
(3) 03. Escape from Custody Any person physically detained by a police officer who escapes from their custody, resulting in a search or arrest warrant to be executed. ● Penal Code (3)03 represents a crime that can be punished with detaining the suspect for 80-120 months and a fine of $10,000.
(3) 04. Resisting Arrest Any person who resists when they are supposed to be arrested OR detained by police officers. This charge replaces the former charge of "Escape from an officer without a vehicle" and should be used when a suspect uses flight to avoid arrest. ● Penal Code (3)04 represents a crime that can be punished with detaining the suspect for 20-40 months and a fine of $7,500.
(3) 05. Failure to Identify Any person who refuses to identify themselves to an officer with a legal document or their name. ● Penal Code (3)05 represents an offense that can be punished with detaining the suspect for 15-30 months and a fine of $5,000.
(3) 06. Bribery Any person who offers personal goods to change the decision of a government employee or to influence that employee for their actions. ● Penal Code (3)06 represents an offense that can be punished with detaining the suspect for 30-50 months and a fine of $15,000.
(3) 07. Labor Code Violation Performing services without holding a license or certificate in the field where it is specified as required is considered deceiving the state and is criminally punishable. When a person is caught without these "certificate" or "license" documents, it means a violation of the Labor Code. ● Penal Code (3)07 represents an offense that can be punished with detaining the suspect for 30-50 months and a fine of $15,000.
(3) 08. Intimidating a Witness or Victim Any person who prevents or discourages any witness or victim from participating in giving testimony in a trial, through the use of bribery, threats, or other tactics, knowingly and with malicious intent. ● Penal Code (3)07 represents an offense that can be punished with detaining the suspect for 35-55 months and a fine of $10,000.
(3) 09. Vulgar Language Any person who uses vulgar words with the purpose of offending, intimidating, or gaining an advantage over another person. ● Penal Code (3)09 represents an offense that can be punished with a fine of $5,500.
(3) 10. Abuse of Emergency Line Any person who abuses the emergency line 112 by calling without a genuine problem. ● Penal Code (3)09 represents an offense that can be punished with detaining the suspect for 30-50 months and a fine of $10,000.
CHAPTER 4 Offenses against Persons
(4) 01. Criminal Threats
Criminal threats involve any person who intentionally threatens to commit a crime that may result in the killing or serious bodily harm of another person in writing, verbally, or through any electronic means, while physical contact is not present. ● Penal Code (4)01 represents an offense that can be punished with detaining the suspect for 20-40 months and a fine of $8,500.
(4) 02. Attempted Murder Any person who attempts to commit a crime or cause severe and irreversible harm. ● Penal Code (4)02 represents a crime that can be punished with detaining the suspect for 40-60 months and a fine of $10,000.
(4) 03. Serious Bodily Harm Any person who injures another person through the use of a deadly weapon or causing severe injuries. ● Penal Code (4)03 represents a crime that can be punished with detaining the suspect for 40-60 months and a fine of $11,000.
(4) 04. Assault with a Deadly Weapon Assault with a deadly weapon is an act of assault in which the suspect is in possession of an object or a weapon capable of causing harm. ● Penal Code (4)04 represents a crime that can be punished with detaining the suspect for 50-70 months and a fine of $13,000.
(4) 05. Manslaughter Manslaughter represents the unintentional killing of an individual, with or without a previous dispute. ● Penal Code (4)05 represents a crime that can be punished with detaining the suspect for 25-50 months and a fine of $10,000.
(4) 06. Murder Murder is an illegal act of killing a human being. ● Penal Code (4)06 represents a crime that can be punished with detaining the suspect for 60-80 months and a fine of $14,000.
(4) 07. Kidnapping A person who steals, holds, detains, or arrests another individual by force and against their will. ● Penal Code (4)07 represents a crime that can be punished with detaining the suspect for 60-100 months and a fine of $11,000.
(4) 08. Torture Any person who, with the intention of causing ruthless pain and extreme suffering for revenge, blackmail, persuasion, or for any other sadistic purpose, results in extremely severe bodily harm. (4)08 does not overlap with (4)02 Attempted Murder. However, if torture resulted in the death of an individual, it may overlap with (4)06 Murder. ● Penal Code (4)08 represents a crime that can be punished with detaining the suspect for 70-100 months and a fine of $20,000.
CHAPTER 5 Control of Deadly Weapons (5) 01. Possession of a White Weapon Any citizen who carries, without right, in places and circumstances where the life or bodily integrity of individuals may be endangered or public order disturbed, a knife, dagger, baton, etc., or other similar objects manufactured or made specifically for cutting, pushing, or hitting. ● Penal Code (5)01 represents a crime that can be punished with detaining the suspect for 25-50 months and a fine of $6,500.
(5) 02. Possession of a Small Caliber Firearm Without a CARRY PERMIT Any citizen who possesses a small caliber firearm without having a legal carry permit issued by the police department. The firearm can be considered "on them" even if it is in the individual's home or on a property they own. ● Penal Code (5)02 represents an offense that can be punished with detaining the suspect for 70-100 months and a fine of $10,000.
(5) 03. Possession of an Automatic Firearm Any citizen who possesses an automatic firearm, such as AK47, SMG, TEC, SHOTGUN, M4, RIFLES, etc., or derivatives or even bullets for these weapons. ● Penal Code (5)03 represents a crime that can be punished with detaining the suspect for 60-80 months and a fine of $12,000. ● In case of also possessing a small caliber firearm, the sentence (5)02 is not added.
(5) 04. Possession of Explosives Any citizen who possesses explosives or flammable objects that can lead to serious bodily harm or death to a civilian. ● Penal Code (5)04 represents a crime that can be punished with detaining the suspect for 90-120 months and a fine of $20,000.
(5) 05. Pointing a Firearm at an Object Any citizen who possesses a firearm and points it at an object with the intention of using the weapon on that object or just aiming towards that object. ● Penal Code (5)05 represents an offense that can be punished with detaining the suspect for 30-50 months. ● NOTE: This offense is added in addition to (5)02 and (5)03 as applicable.
(5) 06. Lethal Discharge of a Firearm Any citizen who uses (lethally discharges) a firearm, accidentally or without a valid explanation for their actions. ● Penal Code (5)06 represents a crime that can be punished with detaining the suspect for 30-50 months. ● NOTE: This offense is added in addition to (5)02 and (5)03 as applicable.
(5) 07. Arms or Ammunition Trafficking Any citizen who does not hold a permit for selling weapons and intends to sell them on the black market. Any citizen who possesses ammunition for firearms regardless of caliber and intends to use or sell them on the black market. ● Penal Code (5)07 represents a crime that can be punished with detaining the suspect for 120-150 months and a fine of $35,000. CAUTION: This sanction will not be given together with (5)02, (5)03, (5)05, and (5)06.