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Basis of Society Act 2016

THE INDEPENDENT REPUBLIC OF SCOTLAND


The Basis of Society Act 2016
An act to: set the ground rules for
society in Scotland.
BILL PROPOSED BY: The Rt. Honourable
IHadAUsernameCrisis MP

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Basis of Society Act 2016

CONTENTS
1 in event of passage
2 homicide
3 robbery
4 freedoms
5 enforcement

section 1 in event of passage


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If this act is therefore enacted, it shall be put into


force the day following passage at 0700 hrs GMT.
section 2 homicide
2a Distinguishing homicide
Purposeful Homicide
A purposeful homicide is when the perpetrator has
Intent to harm/kill the victim. This is the most severely
punished form of homicide.

Culpable Homicide
A Culpable homicide is when the perpetrator murders
their victim without intent to do so. This form of
homicide is mostly punished, albeit less severely.

Justifiable Homicide
A Justifiable Homicide is when the perpetrator has a
considerable justification for the act of homicide. This
can be punished, but in most cases shall not.

2b Punishing Homicide
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Homicide may be punished either not at all or a full life


sentence. Punishment depends on the type of homicide
(see section 2a).
Purposeful Homicide
Minimum 5 minutes jail time + red criminal record
Maximum 15 minutes jail time + red criminal record
Culpable Homicide
Minimum 3 minutes jail time
Maximum 10 minutes + amber criminal record
Justifiable Homicide
Minimum No punishment
Maximum 5 minutes jail time

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section 3 robbery
3a distinguishing robbery
1st degree robbery
A 1st degree robbery is the most severe type of robbery.
1st degree robberies are situations in which peoples
lives are in danger, or they are in danger of being
injured. This is armed robbery, and may be trialled in
conjunction with Purposeful Homicide (see section 2a,b)

2nd degree robbery


A 2nd degree robbery is not as severe as the 1st degree,
but more severe than the third. A 2nd degree robbery is a
situation where threatening actions may be made and
people are visibly upset or scared.

3rd degree robbery


Any other type of robbery. This is the least severe, but is
still punished. This is where no threatening actions are
made. If victim(s) look scared or upset but no threats are
made, this falls under 3rd degree. If threatening actions
are made and victim(s) are visibly upset, then this is a
2nd degree case of robbery.

3b Punishing Robbery
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1st Degree Robbery


Minimum 5 minutes + red criminal record
Maximum 15 minutes + red criminal record
2nd Degree Robbery
Minimum 5 minutes + amber criminal record
Maximum 10 minutes + red criminal record
3rd Degree Robbery
Minimum 5 minutes
Maximum 5 minutes

section 4 freedoms of the common citizen


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2a Rights of the citizen


The following rights are guaranteed to every
citizen of this nation. If they are infringed upon, it
will be considered a crime (see the infringement of
rights act 2016):
Freedom of speech This guarantees no-one in
this nation shall be prosecuted for giving an
opinion. Limits to freedom of speech include:
racism,
sexism,
homophobia,
xenophobia,
discrimination
If anyone is found breaking the above limits, they
may face a permanent ban from the Scotland
group.
Freedom of religion This guarantees no-one in
this nation will be prosecuted for their religion.
Limits to freedom of religion include: you may not
force your religious views upon others, you may
not cause harm to anyone because of your
religious views.

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Freedom of assembly Anyone in this nation may


assemble in crowds in public squares, etc. Limits
to freedom of assembly include: racist, sexist,
homophobic, xenophobic marches, etc.

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section 5 enforcement
If anyone is found breaking any of the laws cited
above after 0700 hrs on the day after the passage
of this lawthey shall be prosecuted according to
the Basis of Society Act 2016.

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