1. Crimes Against the Person

LawMinimumMaximum
1.1Criminal Harassment (Intimidation)$50010mo
1.2Simple Assault$500$2,000
1.3Assault on a Public Servant10mo40mo
1.4Aggravated Assault$5,00020mo
1.5Attempted Murder5mo25mo
1.6Manslaughter7mo25mo
1.7Vehicular Manslaughter$12,00025mo
1.8Murder25mo60mo
1.9Unlawful Imprisonment$1,50010mo
1.10Hostage Taking$7,00020mo
1.11Kidnapping$10,00025mo
1.12Torture$10,00025mo
1.13Human Trafficking$10,00025mo

2. Crimes Against Property and Criminal Profiteering

LawMinimumMaximum
2.1Arson$50014mo
2.2.1Trespassing, First OffenseWarning$1,000
2.2.2Trespassing, Second or more$1,5005mo
2.3Burglary$2,50010mo
2.4Robbery$5,00015mo
2.5.1Theft >$999$500$3,000
2.5.2Theft <$1,000$5,00010mo
2.6Possession of Break-In Instrument$5,00015mo
2.7Possession of Stolen Property$5,00015mo
2.8Extortion$10,00060mo
2.9Forgery/Fraud$1,50010mo
2.10Criminal Mischief$1,0007mo
2.11.xGrand Theft Auto
2.11.1Local Vehicle Theft$2,0005mo
2.11.2Citizen Vehicle Theft$5,00020mo
2.11.3Emergency Vehicle Theft$10,00060mo
2.12.xPossession of Endangered Animal(s)
2.12.1Possession of Sea Turtle Meat$2,000$5,000
2.12.2Possession of Shark Meat$2,00015mo

3. Crimes Against Public Justice

LawMinimumMaximum
3.1Bribery$1,00014mo
3.2Failure to Pay a Fine2mo2mo per $1,000 owed
3.3Contempt of Court$1,0002mo
3.4Subpoena Violation$1,0002mo
3.5Obstructing Justice1mo2mo
3.6False Report to a Public Servant3mo10mo
3.7Perjury5mo15mo
3.8Interference with Public Duties$2,00015mo
3.9Impersonation of A Government Employee$10,00030mo
3.10Resisting Arrest, Search or Transport2mo25mo
3.11Escape from Custody$1,5005mo
3.12Tampering With or Fabricating Physical Evidence5mo15mo
3.13Violation of Probation$1,50010mo
3.14Voter Fraud/Pandering5mo24mo
3.15Corruption of Public Duty5mo24mo
3.16Corruption of Public Office5mo24mo

4. Crimes Against Public Peace

LawMinimumMaximum
4.1Disturbing the PeaceWarning$5,000
4.2Unlawful Assembly/Rioting$5,00020mo
4.3Hate Crimes30moDeportation
4.4Domestic Terrorism120moDeportation

5. Crimes Against Health and Safety

LawMinimumMaximum
5.1.xPossession of A Controlled Substance
5.1.1Possession Controlled Substance$5,00010mo
5.1.2Possession Controlled Substance (medical)$1,00010mo
5.2.xPossession Marijuana
5.2.1Possession Marijuana w/out license, 300g+1mo per 500g1 mo per 500g
5.2.2Possession Marijuana w/ license, 1500g+1mo per 500g1 mo per 500g
5.3.xIntent to Sell Dangerous Drug
5.3.1Intent to Sell Controlled Substance, 200g+10mo1mo per 200g
5.3.2Intent to Sell Marijuana5mo1mo per 500g
5.4.1Public Intoxication -- Alcohol or Liquor$150$750
5.4.2Public Intoxication -- Controlled Substance$150$750

6. Control Of Deadly Weapons And Equipment

LawMinimumMaximum
6.1Possession of An Illegal Blade$500$2,000
6.2Possession of a Firearm while Unlicensed$1,000$8,000
6.3Possession of An Illegal Firearm$3,000$50,000
6.4Sale of a Firearm to an Unlicensed$500$5,000
6.5.1Possession of Explosive Device(s)$1,000$10,000
6.5.2Possession of Explosive Device(s) with Intent to Sell$5,000$25,000
6.6Possession of Weaponry with Intent to Sell$2,500$15,000
6.7Brandishing a Firearm$500$1,000
6.8Discharging a Firearm$1,000$5,000

7. Vehicular Offenses

LawMinimumMaximum
7.1.xEvading Arrest or Detention
7.1.1Evading Arrest or Detention on Foot$10,00010mo
7.1.2Evading Arrest or Detention by Vehicle$15,00015mo
7.1.3Evading Arrest or Detention Causing Bodily Harm$20,00020mo
7.2.1Failure to Stop or Remain at the Scene of an Accident$2,0005mo
7.2.2Failure to Stop or Remain at the Scene of an Accident Causing Bodily Harm$10,00010mo
7.2.3Failure to Stop or Remain at the Scene of an Accident Causing Death$50,00060mo
7.3Flying Without a Pilot's License$10,00010mo
7.4Reckless Operation of An Aircraft$10,00015mo
7.5Failure to Adhere to Flight Protocols$5,00015mo
7.6Aerial Evasion$1,00024mo
7.7Restricted Airspace Violation$5,000License Suspension

8. Traffic and Road Law

LawMinimumMaximum
8.1.1Reckless Driving$500$5,000
8.1.2Reckless Driving Causing Bodily Harm$5,000$20,000
8.2.xDriving While Impaired/Intoxicated
8.2.1DWI, First Offense$1,0007mo
8.2.2DWI, Second Offense10mo30mo
8.2.2DWI, Third or More30mo60mo
8.3Registration Violation$2,000$10,000
8.4.1Street Racing$1,5005mo
8.4.2Street Racing Causing Bodily Harm$5,000$20,000
8.4.3Street Racing Causing Death$20,00060mo
8.5Driving While License Invalid$5005mo
8.6.1Driving with a Suspended License, First Offense$1,000$5,000
8.6.2Driving with a Suspended License, Second Offense$5,000$10,000
8.7No Vehicle Insurance$1,000$5,000
8.8Illegal Parking$250Impound
8.9.xSpeeding
8.9.10-10 mphWarningWarning
8.9.210-20 mphWarning$200
8.9.320-30 mph$200$300
8.9.430-40 mph$300$400
8.9.540-50 mph$400$500
8.9.650+ mph$500$1500
8.10Failure to Obey Traffic Control Device$200$1,000

9. Federal Code Violations

LawMinimumMaximum
9.1Racketeering120mo360mo
9.2Tax Evasion120mo360mo
9.3Laundering of Money Instruments120mo360mo
9.4Gambling License Violation120mo360mo
9.5Medical Practice Violation120mo360mo
9.6Legal Practice Violation120mo360mo
9.7Construction and Maintenance Code Violation120mo360mo
9.8Criminal Fire Code Violation120mo360mo
9.9Failure to Comply with Fire Code120mo360mo
9.10Wiretapping Violation120mo360mo
9.11Criminal Business Operation120mo360mo
9.12Corporate Hijacking120mo360mo
9.13Entrapment120mo360mo

FIB Federal Code Violations Investigations

Requirement:

Reasonable suspicion of federal code violation. Judge must approve undercover investigation.

Allowed Surveillance BEFORE Investigation:

1. Access to all government databases (DMV, police records, civil registry);

2. Recruit criminal informants.

Allowed Surveillance DURING Investigation:

1. Infiltrate suspected organization under investigation;

2. Offer witness protection.

Allowed DURING Investigation Requiring Separate Warrants:

1. Break and enter real estate owned by the organization under investigation, or one of its members, per one address;

2. Requesting meta-data of cell phone records from suspect his/her telephone operator(s);

3. Requesting banking details from suspect his/her bank(s);

4. Participate in an illegal activity in accordance with the FIB Policy on "Participation in otherwise illegal activity by Undercover Employees" found below.

Seizure:

Money and assets (real estate and vehicles) that are proven to have been financed with ill-gotten gains can be seized from the accused after having been found guilty. Assets will be frozen once the suspect is charged with the alledged crimes, and released back to them if not found guilty.

Max Sentencing:

1. Seizure of money and assets;

2. 720 months in jail and/or $1,000,000 in fines;

3. Fired / demoted from office.

Post Sentencing:

New life rule for organizations. All roleplay scenarios surrounding the investigation end.

FIB Policy on "Participation in otherwise illegal activity by Undercover Employees"

Except when authorized pursuant to these Guidelines, no undercover employee shall engage in any activity that would constitute a violation of Federal, state, or local law if engaged in by a private person acting without authorization. For purposes of these Guidelines, such activity is referred to as otherwise is referred to as otherwise illegal activity.

1. Justification:

No official shall recommend or approve participation by an undercover employee in otherwise illegal activity unless the participation is justified:

1.1 to obtain information or evidence necessary for the success of the investigation and not reasonably available without participation in the otherwise illegal activity;

1.2 to establish or maintain credibility of a cover identity;

1.3 to prevent death or serious bodily injury.

2. Minimization:

2.1 The FIB shall take reasonable steps to minimize the participation of an undercover employee in any otherwise illegal activity.

3. Prohibitions:

3.1 participate in any act of violence except in self-defense;

3.2 initiate or instigate any plan to commit criminal acts except in accordance with Section 5 below; or

3.3 participate in conduct which would constitute unlawful investigative techniques (e.g., illegal wiretapping, illegal mail openings, breaking and entering, or trespass amounting to an illegal search).

4. Self-Defense:

4.1 Nothing in these Guidelines prohibits an undercover employee from taking reasonable measures of self-defense in an emergency to protect his or her own life or the lives of others against wrongful force. Such measures shall be reported to the FIBHQ, who shall inform the Judge as soon as possible

5. Authorization:

5.1 The Judge must approve all undercover operations and activities, including those which contemplate participation in otherwise illegal activity.

This approval shall constitute authorization of:

5.1.1 otherwise illegal activity which is a misdemeanor or similar minor crime under Federal, state, or local law;

5.1.2 consensual monitoring, even if a crime under local law;

5.1.3 the purchase of stolen or contraband goods;

5.1.4 the delivery or sale of stolen property which cannot be traced to the rightful owner;

5.1.5 the controlled delivery of drugs which will not enter commerce;

5.1.6 the payment of bribes which is not included in the sensitive circumstances;

5.1.7 the making of false representations to third parties in concealment of personal identity or the true ownership of a proprietary (but not any statement under oath or the penalties of perjury, which must be authorized pursuant to subparagraph (b) below);

5.1.8 conducting no more than five money laundering transactions, not to exceed a maximum aggregate amount of $1 million.

5.2 Participation in otherwise illegal activity which is a felony or its equivalent under Federal, state, or local law and which is not otherwise excepted under the guidelines above, requires additional authorization by the (Deputy) Director of the FIB after review by the Judge.

5.3 Participation in otherwise illegal activity which involves a significant risk of violence or physical injury requires authorization by the Director, Deputy Director, or designated Executive Assistant Director after review by the Judge.

5.4 If an undercover employee believes it to be necessary and appropriate under the standards set out above, to participate in otherwise illegal activity that was not foreseen or anticipated, every effort should be made to consult with the Assistant Director, who shall seek emergency interim authority from the Judge, who will review it if possible, or, if necessary, may provide emergency authorization. If consultation is impossible, and the undercover employee concludes that there is an immediate and grave threat to life, physical safety, or property, the undercover emplyee may participate in the otherwise illegal activity, so long as he does not take part in and makes every effort to prevent any act of violence. A report to the Assistant Director shall be made as soon as possible, who shall submit a written report to FIBHQ, which shall promptly inform the Judge. A decision by an undercover employee to participate in otherwise illegal activity under this subsection may be retroactively authorized if appropriate.

5.5 If an undercover operation results in violence in the course of criminal activity, and an undercover employee, informant, or cooperating witness has participated in any manner in the criminal activity, the agent shall immediately inform FIBHQ, which shall inform the Judge as soon as possible.

Interchanging Time/Fine

The accused has the right to choose to convert with ONE of the following methods (No cross converting to abuse the system):

Fine to time: at a rate of $1,000 for each month for up to 50% of the maximum fine. This can ignore the max fine/time limit if chosen by the accused.

Time to fine: at a rate of $1,500 to 1 month at a maximum of 50% of the total time charged.