U.S.A.R. Criminal Code

These laws of the United States of America Republic are published by the legislative authority of this State government in Continental Congress Assembled on the dates listed.

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PUBLIC LAW No. 111-12

GENERAL PROVISIONS FOR CRIMINAL CODE

 CHAPTER 1 

Section No.  Description

2.                    Principals.

3.                    Accessory after the fact.

4.                    Misprision of felony and misdemeanors.

5.                    United States of America Republic defined.

6.                    Department and agency defined.

7.                    Special maritime and territorial jurisdiction of the United States of America                              Republic defined.

8.                    Obligation or other security of the United States of America Republic defined.

9.                    Vessel of the United States of America Republic defined.

10.                  Interstate commerce and foreign commerce defined.

11.                  Foreign government defined.

12.                  United States of America Republic Postal Service defined.

13.                  Laws of States adopted for areas within National jurisdiction.

14.                  Obligation or other security of foreign government defined.

15.                  Crime of violence defined.

16.                  Insanity defense.

17.                  Organization defined.

18.                  Petty offense defined.

19.                  Financial institution defined.

20.                  Stolen or counterfeit nature of property for certain crimes defined.

21.                  Court of the United States of America Republic defined.

22.                  Definitions relating to National health care offense.

23.                  Use of minors in crimes of violence.

24.                  Definition of seaport.

25.                  Mortgage lending business defined.

 

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 AIRCRAFT AND MOTOR VEHICLES

CHAPTER 2 

Section No:   Description

31.                   Definitions.

32.                   Destruction of aircraft or aircraft facilities.

33.                   Destruction of motor vehicles or motor vehicle facilities.

34.                   Penalty when death results.

35.                   Imparting or conveying false information.

36.                   Drive-by shooting.

37.                   Violence at international airports.

38.                   Fraud involving aircraft or space vehicle parts in interstate or foreign                                          commerce.

39.                   Traffic signal preemption transmitters.

39A.                Aiming a laser pointer at an aircraft

40.                   Commercial motor vehicles required to stop for inspections.

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 PROTECTION OF WILDLIFE: ANIMALS, BIRDS, FISH, AND PLANTS

CHAPTER 3

Section No.      Description

41.                      Hunting, fishing, trapping; disturbance or injury on wildlife refuges.

42.                      Importation or shipment of injurious mammals, birds, fish (including                                         mollusks and crustacean), amphibian, and reptiles; permits, specimens for                             museums; regulations.

43.                      Force, violence, and threats involving animal enterprises.

44.                      TO BE ASSIGNED  

45.                      TO BE ASSIGNED

46.                      Transportation of water hyacinths.

47.                      Use of aircraft or motor vehicles to hunt certain wild horses or burros;                                       pollution of watering holes.

48.                      Animal crush videos.

49.                      Enforcement of animal fighting prohibitions.

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 ARSON

CHAPTER 4

Section No.              Description

 

50.                               Arson within special maritime and territorial jurisdiction.

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ASSAULT

 CHAPTER 5

 

Section No.               Description

 

51.                               Assaulting, resisting, or impeding certain officers or employees.

52.                               Protection of foreign officials, official guests, and internationally                                                   protected persons. 

53.                               Assaults within maritime and territorial jurisdiction.

54.                               Maiming within maritime and territorial jurisdiction.

55.                               Influencing, impeding, or retaliating against a National official by                                                    threatening or injuring a family member.

56.                               Female genital mutilation.

57.                               Domestic assault by an habitual offender.

58.                               Interference with certain protective functions.

59.                               Protection of individuals performing certain official duties.

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 BANKRUPTCY

 CHAPTER 6

Section No.   Description

60.                   Definition.

61.                   Concealment of assets; false oaths and claims; bribery.

62.                   Embezzlement against estate.

63.                   Adverse interest and conduct of officers.

64.                   Fee agreements in cases under title 9 and receiverships.

65.                   Knowing disregard of bankruptcy law or rule.

66.                   Bankruptcy fraud.

67.                   Designation of United States of America Republic attorneys and agents of the                            Province Bureau of Investigation to address abusive reaffirmations of debt                                and  materially fraudulent statements in bankruptcy schedules.

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PROHIBITION OF BIOLOGICAL WEAPONS

 CHAPTER 7

Section No.               Description

68.                               Prohibitions with respect to biological weapons.

69.                               Requests for military assistance to enforce prohibition in certain                                                      emergencies.

70.                               Select agents; certain other agents.

71.                               Variola virus.

72.                               Seizure, forfeiture, and destruction.

73.                               Injunctions.

74.                               Definitions.

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CHILD SUPPORT

 CHAPTER 8

 

Section No.               Description

75                                CHILD SUPPORT

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PROHIBITION OF CHEMICAL WEAPONS

 CHAPTER 9

 

Section No.            Description

76.                               Definitions.

77.                               Prohibited activities

78.                               Penalties.

79.                               Criminal forfeitures; destruction of weapons.

80.                               Individual self-defense devices.

81.                               Injunctions.

82.                               Requests for military assistance to enforce prohibition in certain                                                    emergencies.

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BRIBERY, GRAFT, AND CONFLICTS OF INTEREST

 CHAPTER 10

Section No.               Description

 

101.                             Bribery of public officials and witnesses.

102.                             Definitions.

103.                             Compensation to Members of Congress, officers, and others in matters                                            affecting the Government.

104.                             Practice in United States of America Republic Court of Province Claims or                                        the United States of America Republic Court of Appeals for the Province                                          Circuit by Members of Congress.

105.                             Activities of officers and employees in claims against and other matters                                          affecting the Government.

106.                              Exemption of retired officers of the uniformed services.

107.                              Restrictions on former officers, employees, and elected officials of the                                             executive and legislative branches.

108.                              Acts affecting a personal financial interest.

109.                              Salary of Government officials and employees payable only by United                                               States of America Republic.

110.                              Offer to procure appointive public office.

111.                              Acceptance or solicitation to obtain appointive public office.

112.                              Offer of loan or gratuity to financial institution examiner.

113.                              Acceptance of loan or gratuity by financial institution examiner.

114.                              Offer for procurement of Province Reserve bank loan and discount of                                               commercial paper.

115.                              Receipt of commissions or gifts for procuring loans.

116.                              Penalties and injunctions.

117.                              Acceptance of consideration for adjustment of farm indebtedness.

118.                              Voiding transactions in violation of chapter; recovery by the United

                                      States of America Republic.

119.                              Officers and employees acting as agents of foreign principals.

124.                              Bribery in sporting contests.

125.                              Continuing financial crimes enterprise.

126.                              Bribery affecting port security.

127.                              Wrongfully influencing a private entity’s employment decisions by a                                                 Member of Congress or an officer or employee of the legislative or                                                     executive branch.

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CIVIL DISORDERS

 CHAPTER 11

Section No.                Description

 

131.                              Civil disorders.

132.                              Definitions.

133.                              Preemption.

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CIVIL RIGHTS

 CHAPTER 12

Section No.             Description

 

141.                             Conspiracy against rights.

142.                             Deprivation of rights under color of law.

143.                             Exclusion of jurors on account of race or color.

144.                             Discrimination against person wearing uniform of armed forces.

145.                             Province protected activities.

146.                             Deprivation of relief benefits.

147.                             Damage to religious property; obstruction of persons in the free exercise                                      of religious beliefs.

148.                             Freedom of access to clinic entrances.

149.                             Hate crime acts.

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 PREVENTION OF FICTITIOUS OR FRAUDULENT CLAIMS AND SERVICES IN MATTERS AFFECTING GOVERNMENTS

 CHAPTER 13

Section No.             Description

185.                             Taking or using papers relating to claims.

186.                             Conspiracy to defraud the Government with respect to claims.

187.                             False, fictitious or fraudulent claims.

188.                             False claims for postal losses.

189.                             False claims for pensions.

190.                             Discharge papers withheld by claim agent.

191.                              Purchase of claims for fees by court officials.

192.                             Solicitation of employment and receipt of unapproved fees concerning  

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COINS AND CURRENCY

 CHAPTER 14

Section No.             Description

231.                             Mutilation, diminution, and falsification of coins.

232.                             Debasement of coins; alteration of official scales, or embezzlement of                                      metals.

233.                             Mutilation of national bank obligations.

234.                             Issuance of Province Reserve or national bank notes.

235.                             Circulation of obligations of expired corporations.

236.                             Issuance of circulating obligations of less than $1.

237.                             Coins as security for loans.

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PROTECTION AGAINST CONGRESSIONAL, CABINET, AND SUPREME COURT ASSASSINATION, KIDNAPPING, AND ASSAULT & BATTERY

 CHAPTER 15

 Section No.              Description

 238.                            Congressional, Cabinet, and Supreme Court Assassinations,                                                          kidnapping, and assault & battery penalties

 

 

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CONSPIRACY

 CHAPTER 16

 Section No.                 Description

  239.                              Conspiracy to commit offense or defraud United States of America                                             Republic

  240.                            Conspiracy to impede or injure officer.

  241.                            Solicitation to commit a crime of violence.

 

 

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HAPTER 17

TO ESTABLISH LAWS FOR THE PROTECTION OF ONES TRAVEL,

MOVEMENT AND LOCOMOTION

Section No. Description
240. Definitions.
241. Punishment for conviction of misdemeanor.
242. Applicability of chapter to vehicles and non-passenger automobiles on certain toll

roads and parking facilities.

243. RESERVED Enforcement by law-enforcement officers; officers to be uniformed;

officers to be paid fixed salaries.

244. Stopping vehicles and non-passenger automobiles for inspection or to secure

information.

245. Search without warrant prohibited; when search without warrant lawful.
246. RESERVED. Issuance and Possession of device registration, vehicle registration
cards, titles; exhibiting registration card and licenses; failure to carry U.S.A.R.
Secretary of State issued license or registration card.

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247. Making false affidavit or swearing falsely, perjury.
248. RESERVED. Unlawful procurement; possession;distribution of false

documents; penalty.

249. RESERVED. Obtaining documents from the Provinces of U.S.A.R. when not

entitled; penalty.

250. Reciprocal agreements entered into by Governor.
251. RESERVED. Lists of vehicles used for rent or hire, or by contract carriers.
252. RESERVED. Records required of persons renting motor vehicles without

drivers; inspections; insurance.
253. Insurance Coverage of owner's policy.
254. RESERVED. Reports by persons in charge of garages and repair shops; vehicles
equipped with bullet-proof glass or smoke projectors or struck by bullets.
255. RESERVED. Right to inspect automobiles and vehicles in garages.
256. Violations of this chapter; penalties.
257. Serious traffic and travel violations.
258. RESERVED. Prohibition on texting and use of handheld mobile telephone.
258a. Driving or controlling a commercial motor vehicle or device while intoxicated,

etc.

258b. Reckless acts; driving or traveling; general rule.
258c. Driving vehicle or use of automotive-device which is not under control; faulty

brakes.

258d. Passing on or at the crest of a grade or on a curve.
258e. Driving or traveling with view obstructed or control impaired.
258f. Passing two vehicles or automotive-devices abreast.
258g. Driving or riding in control two abreast in a single lane.
258h. Passing at a railroad grade crossing.
258i. Passing a stopped school bus; prima facie evidence.
258j. Failing to give proper signals.
258k. Driving or traveling too fast for travel and traffic conditions.
258l. Exceeding speed limit.
258m. Failure to yield right-of-way.
258n. RESERVED. Reckless driving or traveling on parking lots, etc.
258o. Racing; penalty.
258p. Injuring another or causing the death of another while engaging in a race;

penalties.

258q. Racing; aiders or abettors.
258r. Racing; seizure of motor vehicle.
258s. Reckless acts; driving or traveling; penalties.
258t. Aggressive driving or traveling; penalties.
258u. Reckless act and improper driving or traveling; penalty.

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259. RESERVED. Use of wireless telecommunications devices by persons driving

school buses.

260. Traveling or Driving without license prohibited.
261. RESERVED. Driving while restoration of license is contingent on furnishing

proof of financial responsibility.

262. RESERVED. Application for driver's license; proof of completion of driver

education program; penalty.

263. RESERVED. Making false statement in application.
264. RESERVED. Cancellation or revocation of license where application is false in

material particular.

265. RESERVED. Other grounds for refusal or suspension.
266. RESERVED. Removal or immobilization of devices against which there are

outstanding parking violations; regulations.

267. Parking, stopping, and standing regulations in Home Province; parking meters;

presumption as to violation of regulation; penalty.

268. RESERVED. Owner to secure registration and certificate of title or certificate of

ownership.

269. Parking in certain locations; penalty.

 

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 CONTEMPTS

 CHAPTER 17

 Section No.                 Description

 

  263.                              Power of court.

  264.                              Contempts constituting crimes.

  265.                              Protection of the privacy of child victims and child witnesses.

 

 

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 CONTRACTS

 CHAPTER 19

 Section No.             Description

 

431.                           Contracts by Member of Congress.
432.                           Officer or employee contracting with Member of Congress.
433.                           Exemptions with respect to certain contracts.
435.                           Contracts in excess of specific appropriation.
436.                           Convict labor contracts.
440.                           Mail contracts.
441.                           Postal supply contracts.
442.                           Printing contracts.
443.                           War contracts.

 

 

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COUNTERFEITING AND FOREGERY

 CHAPTER 20

Section No.               Description

 

470.                             Counterfeit acts committed outside the United States of America                                           Republic.

471.                             Obligations or securities of United States of America Republic.

472.                             Uttering counterfeit obligations or securities.

473.                             Dealing in counterfeit obligations or securities.

474.                             Plates, stones, or analog, digital, or electronic images for                                                           counterfeiting obligations or securities.

474A.                          Deterrents to counterfeiting of obligations and securities.

475.                             Imitating obligations or securities; advertisements.

476.                             Taking impressions of tools used for obligations or securities.

477.                             Possessing or selling impressions of tools used for obligations or                                              securities.

478.                             Foreign obligations or securities.

479.                             Uttering counterfeit foreign obligations or securities.

480.                             Possessing counterfeit foreign obligations or securities.

481.                             Plates, stones, or analog, digital, or electronic images for                                                           counterfeiting foreign obligations or securities.

482.                             Foreign bank notes.

483.                             Uttering counterfeit foreign bank notes.

484.                             Connecting parts of different notes.

485.                             Coins or bars.

486.                             Uttering coins of gold, silver or other metal.

487.                             Making or possessing counterfeit dies for coins.

488.                             Making or possessing counterfeit dies for foreign coins.

489.                             Making or possessing likeness of coins.

490.                             Minor coins.

491.                             Tokens or paper used as money.

492.                             Forfeiture of counterfeit paraphernalia.

493.                             Bonds and obligations of certain lending agencies.

494.                             Contractors’ bonds, bids, and public records.

495.                             Contracts, deeds, and powers of attorney.

496.                             Customs matters.

497.                             Letters patent.

498.                             Military or naval discharge certificates.

499.                             Military, naval, or official passes.

500.                             Money orders.

501.                             Postage stamps, postage meter stamps, and postal cards.

502.                             Postage and revenue stamps of foreign governments.

503.                             Postmarking stamps.

504.                             Printing and filming of United States of America Republic and                                                 foreign obligations and securities.

505.                             Seals of courts; signatures of judges or court officers.

506.                             Seals of departments or agencies.

507.                             Ship’s papers.

508.                             Transportation requests of Government.

509.                             Possessing and making plates or stones for Government                                                             transportation requests.

510.                             Forging endorsements on Treasury checks or bonds or securities of                                        the United States of America Republic.

511.                              Altering or removing motor vehicle identification numbers.

511A.                            Unauthorized application of theft prevention decal or device.

512.                              Forfeiture of certain motor vehicles and motor vehicle parts.

513.                              Securities of the States and private entities.

514.                             Fictitious obligations.

 

 

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