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    Distritic Crews, Billy (Nasty) Long, Richard Brown
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    Distritic has seen it all, from the lowest of the lowest to high-end businesses. Knowing he can't trust anyone, he keeps himself very wary of the people around him, especially while on-duty. Raised in a drug-addicted family, he is keen to end all the drug operations in the county. Now climbed up the ranks and ready more than ever to commit himself to the city.

    Nasty Billy is a homeless drunk after an IRS mishap, he turned bankrupt and is now living the streets. From his previous family life, Billy is greatly orientated in major crimes and gun violence with his son which he drag down with him. Billy has lost his wife before going bankrupt in a police shoot-out accident. Ever since, he formed a very strong passion against the authorities.

    Mr. Brown is an amateur lawyer who originated from Vice City - a spoiled child back in the days, his father, a notorious businessman, shaped his future for the best causing Richard to live the high life without having to achieve much. A court case has caused Richard to move to Paleto Bay so he can protect his family; after a corrupt police officer issued a bounty on him when Brown presented himself as prosecution at the Supreme Court against the officer. Brown's family is in witness protection completely separated from him, causing him to be able to focus on his professional life.

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  1. distritic

    Then & Now

    Concerning?
  2. distritic

    Co-owner saves when you disconnect

    I believe this might be a bug, either way we're not too far off the update so it isn't something crucial. Thanks! You can find the list of changes here: https://trello.com/c/64d8kUqc/597-usarrp2
  3. distritic

    My license plate keep changeing

    This is how car insurance works. If you lose a car and claim it, it will be a new car. Not the same one. Why? Because the car was lost, that's why it was claimed. If it wasn't lost you wouldn't have to claim it. When you lose a car, you lose the things in it. It's common sense. You don't get the same car back when you lose it... it doesn't magically reappear.
  4. distritic

    failed handsake to server

    The server was most likely restarting, best thing to do is wait until it's back up. It should be fine now.
  5. distritic

    Opening help menu

    Hmm, I think the script itself isn't quite fitting for a professional and serious roleplay server anyway. I'll take a look.
  6. distritic

    Opening help menu

    Hey fractalfoxTTV, Could you please exactly explain which menu you're referring to? More detail would be much appreciated! Thanks!
  7. distritic

    Vadim Kalasknikov V SASP

    Case closed.
  8. distritic

    LSVA

    Business proposals are closed, please read the title and actual post.
  9. distritic

    Introductions!

    Looking forward to meeting ya - we have a huge update dropping sometime soon, so stay tuned!
  10. distritic

    Luke NewMaker v. SASP

    Case closed.
  11. distritic

    Drug-Weapon Distribution Scheme

    Of course, but they won't get them for free lol? Everything will require effort, we want people to think twice before any actions - and value what they have. It won't be very hard to get an illegal firearm if you know the right places, along with the best ways to pay for it. That's something that requires a team effort which gangs can exactly put in. Again, nothing will be for free. California is very strict on gun laws, (which is where the server is based) and we fully want to support roleplay over gunplay. It's not fun for everyone to have guns and shoot each other all the time, since half the server can't respect the appropriate time and place to use one. People tend to shoot a local in a car just to steal their vehicle - not ideal, doesn't develop any story. It's just potato behavior. My point is, guns will be harder to come across because right now they're not respected for what they are enough and people use them for the most absurd reasons, which have nothing to do with developing their story or character. Yes you will most likely be able to have one, but you will need to treat it with more care and purpose - otherwise you'll see how quickly you lose it. There's much more to the server than guns, guns, guns. Just take a look at the medical logs, mostly gun wounds. Do we want to stop this or keep it up? Common sense. Also*, gangs are already doing great in keeping themselves going. There is absolutely no need to make it even easier for them, as right now it's merely possible for the police to stop them.
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    Drug-Weapon Distribution Scheme

    In my opinion, gangs should utilise the already available mechanics to traffic and sell illegal products between themselves. There isn't really a need of another mechanic for it. We aim to develop characters along with their stories, not cause total gang occupation with firearms. It adds to the aspect of gunplay over roleplay which we're trying to counter. As for the update: There'll be opportunities for more crime such as burglaries and what not, but nothing more apart from that. A lot will detail in the state maintaining power over the city, as currently it is a huge struggle for law enforcement to actively engage in interactions without the use of a firearm. Weapons will be much harder to come across, where black markets are more expensive and Ammunation firearms are only obtainable when a Judge issues a firearms permit. Even when that permit is issued, all firearms will be tracked with a serial number; ultimately making it much harder to launder firearms. They will link right back to the person who purchased it, making it more of a burden when you give someone a gun recklessly without consequence. Worst case scenario you will be arrested for firearms laundering and have their permit revoked permanently. The economy will be completely redone from rock bottom, and people will need to be jobs much more often - be it legal or illegal. Each type with it's own pros and cons. More on this can be found on the Trello.
  13. distritic

    important Case Procedure

    This topic will establish the common judicial proceedings of a case, along with important information to consider. Firstly, there is a straight-forward process when bringing a civil complaint or case to the court administration. When submitting a civil complaint, there must be a clear and valid case against the Defendant, and the complaint or case has to follow a specific format outlined. The complaint or case must be titled under the name of the Plaintiff v. Defendant, for example: "State of San Andreas v. Vadim Kalashnikov" where "State of San Andreas" is the Plaintiff, and "Vadim Kalashnikov" is the Defendant. The Plaintiff is also commonly referred to as the Prosecution or even the Complainant, with all three used in different types of cases (civil or criminal) and is the person or entity that is inquiring the case to the court administration. The Defendant is the person or entity accused by the Plaintiff inquiring the case the the court administration. The Bailiff is an official representative of the San Andreas Court Administration in the court of law who maintains order throughout the case. The Judge is an elected official by the San Andreas Court Administration which overhears the complaint and acts on the liability or guilt of the Defendant. A case to be heard by a Judge requires the names of all parties involved. If a civil complaint, this includes the Defendant, witnesses and Plaintiff inquiring. Furthermore, there must be a clear indication of the damages sought in the case. Lastly, a summation of grievances is mandatory to establish the damages sought. These key principles are the fundamentals of a case or civil complaint. Next, the document will be reviewed and the case or complaint will be assigned with a time where all (or most) parties involved are able to attend. Attendance must be confirmed by all parties before a resulting date is assigned. A Judge has the power to dismiss a case under the circumstances of; the case not being supported by substantial evidence, or the requirements listed above are not met to an applicable standard. The trial of the case or civil complaint will begin where the liability or guilt of the Defendant is established after a thorough procedure and all parties arriving. The process of a case is depicted as follows; the court will officially be placed in session by the Judge a Judge will confirm the attendance of parties involved the Prosecution will begin with an opening statement, followed by Defense the Prosecution will call witnesses, and present all evidence of claims the Defense will call witnesses for cross-examination and defend claims all parties from the Prosecution and Defense rest their case the Prosecution will close with a closing statement, followed by Defense a five minute recess begins a Judge or jury examine evidence and form a thorough conclusion a Judge or jury will close with their determination. Lastly, there is a variety of outcomes per to these determinations. A judge can apply judicial procedure to make a judgement on the award of a case, where the value or compensation requested by the Plaintiff is not deemed appropriate. For example, if a Complainant is requesting monetary compensation of $100,000.00 for a low-end vehicle vandalism case (and the Complainant is awarded) a Judge has the power to lower this amount by their discretion. A jury judgement in a criminal case can return two verdicts; guilty (where the Defense are found at fault) and not guilty (where the Defense are not found at fault) or results in the case being dismissed. This is useful when the Prosecution does not have enough evidence to continue with the case, however may refile charges in the future. In contrast, a civil case has five possible outcomes; the Plaintiff is awarded the compensation requested, or the Plaintiff is awarded the compensation requested with prejudice (a Judge determines the amount not fit), or the Plaintiff is not awarded the compensation requested, or the case is dismissed with prejudice (where the Plaintiff is barred from filing another case on the same claims), or the case is dismissed without prejudice (where the Plaintiff may refile the case on the same claims). A case may be closed with, or without possibility of appeal. When a case is closed with a possibility of appeal (without prejudice), the Defendant has the right to request the case to be reviewed once again in the future and is known as a recourse. A Judge uses their discretion to either accept or deny the appeal request based on the previous outcomes and new evidence or factors overlooked in the previous case. When a case is closed without possibility of appeal (with prejudice), the Defendant cannot request the case to be reviewed, and the outcome is final. Cases closed with prejudice may only occur when there is multiple Judges hearing at the case and it's claims, or the Chief Justice rules the case closed with prejudice. Claims and requests (e.g. name changes) may also be filed under the Cases category, and must be submitted by a representing attorney of the client. These should be as informative as possible and are accepted or denied by discretion of a reviewing Judge.
  14. BUSINESS PROPOSALS ARE CURRENTLY CLOSED UNTIL USARRP2! Notice of Business Proposals (all proposals are in-character) To whom it may concern, The San Andreas Government and Department of Justice is officially introducing the possibility of owning and managing a proposed business within the state. This notice will contain all important information and guidelines for the addition of these proposals, and aim to introduce new opportunities for jobs in the city, vastly bringing to our community. We will be looking for the most unique and fore-bringing ideas which continue to expand the range of different interactions. These businesses will be 'processed' for the city. When proposing a business, please consider: aim, overview and purpose of the business how the business will bring to the benefit of the city hierarchy, roster and positions of the business guidelines or standard operating procedures of the business dress and apparel of employees legal concerns or matters of the business what the business requires from the city location of the business. It is recommended that proposals are made in an external document format, preferably Google Docs. All proposals will be reviewed over the course of a month, and a decision will be thoroughly established for the proposal to be approved. If approved, the proposing party must be prepared to take into advance the administration fee of $20,000.00 and a formal interview before the city begins to construct the fundamental requirements of your business listed in the proposal (including location and dress & apparel). If the interview does not yield expected results or the administration fee cannot be paid, the state will cancel processing the business. For any further questions please contact the representatives of the San Andreas Court Administration. Yours Sincerely, San Andreas Government
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