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Abstract: Police Rights Act
Any police officer found guilty of willfully violating the guaranteed rights of an American citizen under the US Constitution will be subject to the following mandatory minimum treatments and penalties as follows:
On the first offense the guilty party will be required to complete 180 hours of group counseling plus 8 days of weekend in-patient therapy and be confined to administrative desk duty without a badge or gun for a period of no less than 1 year. The judge shall have the latitude to increase any or all of these penalites if cases where the officer does not admit guilt and/or shows no remorse. Included will be a $3,000 fine in addition to court costs and repayment for the cost of therapy.
For a second offense the penalty will be 6 months of in-patient therapy, 6 months of group counseling with in-patient weekends and upon release be confined to administrative desk duty without a badge or gun for a period of 3 years. As with the first offense the judicial discretion to increase these penalties is allowed. Included will be a $10,000 fine in addition to court costs and repayment for the cost of therapy.
A serial third time offender will be sentenced to no less than 5 years in a federal prison with no chance of parole and lose all rights to carry a firearm, run for elected office or vote in any election at any level of government for the rest of his natural born life. Included will be a $50,000 fine in addition to court costs and repayment for the cost of incarceration.
Originally posted by JamesMcMahn
This seems like a good idea on paper, but would you really be able to pass it?