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Five-Life RP Laws and Crimes


Here you can find a list of Crimes and Laws with the suggested sentencing times. This is intended for both police and civilian information.

The maxium fine police can sentence is £150,000 and a maximum time of 45 Months.

You have the right to a lawyer to represent you when you are in the cells. You cannot be refused to have access to a lawyer.

You will be read the police caution when you are being arrested. "“You do not have to say anything. But, it may harm your defence if you do not mention when questioned something which you later rely on in court. Anything you do say may be given in evidence.”

Crimes against a person

  • Common Assault
  • Section 47, Offences Against The Person Act 1861
    A person is guilty of common assault if they either inflict violence on another person – however slight this might be – or make that person think they are about to be attacked.
    £5,000 fine and/or 5 months in prison

  • Actual Bodily Harm (ABH)
  • Section 39, Criminal Justice Act 1988
    Assaults which are described as actual bodily harm cause injuries which are serious but don't cause serious permanent damage to the victim - for example an injury which requires stitches.
    £10,000 fine and/or 6 months in prison

  • Grievous Bodily Harm (GBH)
  • Section 18, Offences Against the Person Act 1861
    Committing GBH means causing really serious injuries which severely affect the health of the victim, such as broken bones or permanent disfigurement. It's the most serious form of non-fatal assault.
    £15,000 fine and/or 7 months in prison

  • Conspiring or soliciting to commit Murder
  • Section 4, Offences Against the Person Act 1861
    All Persons who shall conspire, confederate, and agree to murder any Person, whether, he be a Subject of Her Majesty or not, and whether he be within the Queen's Dominions or not, and whosoever shall solicit, encourage, persuade, or endeavour to persuade, or shall propose to any Person, to murder any other Person.
    £25,000 fine and/or 15 months in prison

  • Manslaughter
  • Common Law
    Killing someone without an intention to kill them.
    £20,000 fine and/or 15 months in prison

  • Murder
  • Common Law
    Killing someone with an intention.
    £30,000 fine and/or 20 months in prison

  • Assault of an emergency services worker
  • Section 1, Assaults on Emergency Workers Act 2018
    Assaulting an emergency worker.
    £35,000 fine and/or 15 months in prison

    Theft and Robbery Offences

  • Theft
  • Section 1, Theft Act 1968
    Taking someone else's property without their consent with the intention of keeping it.
    £10,000 fine and/or 10 months in prison

  • Burglary
  • Section 9, Theft Act 1968
    Stealing something, damaging something or causing injury to someone whilst in someone's house.
    £15,000 fine and/or 8 months in prison

  • Aggravated Burglary
  • Section 10, Theft Act 1968
    Using a weapon to steal something, damage something or cause injury to someone whilst in someone's house.
    £20,000 fine and/or 10 months in prison

  • Theft of a motor vehicle
  • Section 12, Theft Act 1968
    Taking someone else's vehicle without their consent.t.
    £15,000 fine and/or 10 months in prison

  • Robbery
  • Section 8, Theft Act 1968
    Using force to take someone else’s property without consent.
    £15,000 fine and/or 10 months in prison

    Weapons and Firearms Offences

  • Possession of Firearm
  • Section 5, Firearms Act 1968
    Having a firearm on your person, in your car or your house
    £40,000 fine and/or 20 months in prison

  • Possession of Offensive Weapon
  • Section 1, Prevention of Crime Act 1953
    Having an offensive weapon on them or in their car without lawful authority or a reasonable excuse to have it in public.
    £20,000 fine and/or 10 months in prison

  • Possession of a Bladed Article
  • Section 139, Criminal Justice Act 1988
    Having an item with a blade/sharply pointed edge on their person or in their car.
    £15,000 fine and/or 7 months in prison

  • Selling a Firearm
  • Section 3, Firearms Act 1968
    trade or business without being registered as a firearms dealer he/she manufactures, sells, transfers, repairs, tests or proves any firearms or ammunition to which sections 1 and 2 applies; or a shotgun.
    £100,000 fine and/or 30 months in prison

    Criminal Damages

  • Criminal Damage
  • Section 1, Criminal Damage Act 1971
    A person who without lawful excuse destroys or damages any property belonging to another intending to destroy or damage any such property or being reckless
    £10,000 fine and/or 10 months in prison

    Driving and Vehicular offences

  • Death by Dangerous Driving
  • Section 1, Road Traffic Act 1988
    Killing someone by using your vehicle when driving
    £30,000 fine and/or 20 months in prison

  • Careless Driving
  • Section 3, Road Traffic Act 1988
    Driving without care and attention to others on the road.
    £15,000 fine and/or 15 months in prison

  • Drug Driving
  • Section 5a, Road Traffic Act 1988
    Driving when on the influence on drugs.
    £20,000 fine and/or 10 months in prison

  • Speeding
  • Section 89, Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984
    Going over the designated speed limit for the road.
    £5,000 fine and/or 5 months in prison

  • Dangerous Driving
  • Section 2, Road Traffic Act 1988
    Driving wrecklessly
    £15,000 fine and/or 10 months in prison

  • Failing to stop for Police
  • Section 163(3), Road Traffic Act 1988
    Failing to stop for police when requested.
    £20,000 fine and/or 15 months in prison

  • Road Racing
  • Section 12, Road Traffic Act 1988
    Racing on the streets.
    £30,000 fine and/or 20 months in prison

    Drug Offences

  • Possession of a Class A Drug
  • Section 5, Misuse of Drugs Act 1971
    Having a class A drug (cocaine) on your person.
    £10,000 fine and/or 10 months in prison

  • Possession of a Class B Drug
  • Section 5, Misuse of Drugs Act 1971
    Having a class B drug (weed) on your person.
    £5,000 fine and/or 5 months in prison

  • Suspicion to supply an illegal drug
  • Section 4, Misuse of Drugs Act 1971
    Suspcicion to sell an illegal drug to someone.
    £20,000 fine and/or 10 months in prison

    Other offences

  • Kidnapping
  • Common Law
    Taking someone against their will or consent.
    £50,000 fine and/or 20 months in prison

  • Escaping custody
  • Common Law
    Escaping from custody when you have been arrested.
    £20,000 fine and/or 20 months in prison

  • Impeding an Active Police Investigation
  • Section 89, Police Act 1996
    Purposely obstructing a police officer or trying to interfere with a police investigation.
    £20,000 fine and/or 10 months in prison

    Police Powers

  • Stop and Search
  • Section 1 8A, Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984

  • Searching for stolen or prohibited articles before arrest
  • Section 1, Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984

  • Searching a person after arrest
  • Section 32, Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984

  • Searching for firearms
  • Section 47, Firearms Act 1968

  • Power to make someone produce their driving licence
  • Section 164, Road Traffic Act 1988

  • Power to obtain details of the person driving
  • Section 165, Road Traffic Act 1988

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