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  1. To Whom It May Concern, Discharge in a public place is a charge that can be applied to any individual who fires a weapon in a place that a reasonable person would consider to be public. Technically by law you can be charged with discharge in a public place even when firing a licensed weapon in self defense. If you believe the arresting officer to be acting maliciously and/or you believe that you were treated differently than other citizens who acted as you did please contact me via e-mail at Jeshin#6713 signed Trainee Lawyer Ricardo Bontigo Office of Legal Defence
  2. To Whom It May Concern, Attempted Murder would require an action endangering the life of a person whether intentional or otherwise. If your companion threatened to murder officer Cameron Drax and/or attempted to murder him during the crime you admit to committing than you could be lawfully charged with the same. If there was never any lethal force attempted against Officer Cameron Drax and you are seeking solely to appeal the charge of Attempted Murder EMS please contact me at my e-mail Jeshin#6713 signed Trainee Lawyer Ricardo Bontigo Office of Legal Defence
  3. To Whom It May Concern, If you do not believe that you qualify for the issuance of an FPO and/or it was applied to you unlawfully please contact me at my e-mail Jeshin#6713 signed Trainee Lawyer Ricardo Bontigo Office of Legal Defence
  4. To Whom It May Concern, All permanent FPOs issued by Victoria Police have been converted into short term or medium term limited FPOs. If you have a lawful FPO that has been changed to this than I would advise waiting for the time to elapse and the FPO to be removed by the city. If this is not the case and you have a clean criminal record within the last 3 months please contact me at my e-mail Jeshin#6713 signed Trainee Lawyer Ricardo Bontigo Office of Legal Defence
  5. To Whom It May Concern, All permanent FPOs issued by Victoria Police have been converted into short term or medium term limited FPOs. If you have a lawful FPO that has been changed to this than I would advise waiting for the time to elapse and the FPO to be removed by the city. If this is not the case and you have a clean criminal record within the last 3 months please contact me at my e-mail Jeshin#6713 signed Trainee Lawyer Ricardo Bontigo Office of Legal Defence
  6. To Whom It May Concern, Victoria Police need only a reasonable suspicion to lawfully search a citizen. Being at the scene of a crime whether intentional or otherwise empowers Victoria Police to lawfully search your person. Community relations would dictate this approach while legal is undesirable as it causes mistrust in the community but it is not illegal. If your weapons were licensed and legally owned and there is no evidence you committed a crime than you would have an appeal. Additionally it is unfortunate but true that being in ones head is never a lawful excuse/explanation for a situation. People day dream all of the time and one can never know if they are day dreaming or simply pretending to day dream. Thus while out of your home and in city you should always endeavour to be alert like any other citizen might be. If your confiscated items were licensed and lawful please contact me at my e-mail Jeshin#6713 signed Trainee Lawyer Ricardo Bontigo Office of Legal Defence
  7. To Whom It May Concern, It is with my personal apologies that I respond to this legal filing. You should have have had to wait so long even with the courts being closed. That being said I will do all in my power to rectify the situation if your facts be true. Please contact me at my e-mail Jeshin#6713 and I will take your case. signed Trainee Lawyer Ricardo Bontigo Office of Legal Defence
  8. To Whom It May Concern, I have contacted the client for more information and to officer my legal services. If your criminal history for the last 3 months is clean of any crime than we can certainly appeal your FPO. However the city of Melbourne BBRP has commuted all previous permanent FPOs to timed FPOs and this clients case may have resolved on its own. signed Trainee Lawyer Ricardo Bontigo Office of Legal Defence
  9. To Whom It May Concern, Per the Melbourne Remand Center induction address: If you fight, smuggle contraband, behave aggressively towards anyone, or fail to comply with any directions from a prison officer your sentence may be extended or you will have privileges revoked. Under this portion of the induction address you could have had your tickets removed thus prolonging your sentence for a bad attitude if that attitude expressed as aggression and/or a failure to comply. In addition any items removed by being processed into the MRC cannot be reclaimed. If you have an item which is not illegal to possess in the future than I advise you use your one phone call to contact a lawyer and/or friend to hold the item for you with the permission of the arresting officer. If the officer declines than request their reason for the denial as well as their rank / name. That being said I believe that only corrections officers or police officers who are also corrections are permitted to punish prisoners of the MRC. If you believe an officer without lawful authority removed your tickets and you did not behave aggressively or fail to comply than please contact me at my e-mail Jeshin#6713 signed Trainee Lawyer Ricardo Bontigo Office of Legal Defence
  10. Hey, Beanbag guns are the undisputed kings of weapons. They are 1 hit down. They have the functional range of as far as you can see. They can get silenced. They can down you from a foot shot or a head shot or a bodyshot and they can take multiple people at once. Likewise tazers are one hit downs regardless of circumstances. Both of these provide an immediate end to RP scenarios and also encourage a very hyper aggressive response. Proposal 1. If you have armor than you are not stunned. 2. Non-lethal shots remove armor and when it is gone than you get stunned by the next hit With just those two changes we will respect heavily armored officers or criminals and that a beanbag wouldn't immediately wind them if they're armored up or tazed while armored up. We enable people using non-lethals to burn through armor to get effective hits. We have also balanced that non-lethals are objectively better than the most expensive lethal weapons.
  11. If OPP has leadership the plans should begin there. Government has given us the tools, but it'd be nice if OPP leadership and VICPOL leadership could have a conversation about a way to work together to create RP content for each other before hoping an admin will mandate some system for us.
  12. I meant to respond to this sooner, but delays. I want to preface my response with an acknowledgement that OPP is underutilized in extending and improving roleplay as it comes to law enforcement. I also believe that it would be beneficial for longterm RP between VICPOL and CREW/ORGs if certain cases were given to OPP. The OPP than determined when / if / what charges to file. The defendant is informed to attend court (ideally they are involved in picking the time and given opportunity to obtain a lawyer) and if they fail to do so the police bring them in for court. The courts then apply the charges to the individual and potentially their accomplices in the CREW/ORGs. On to your direct points... 1. The RP justification for police charging criminals is the "alpha magistrate" just like when we delgun cars it is "alpha tow" or when we headpop and vanish it is "alpha flight". In this case Sgt+ are the responsible limiters of abuse. If OPP becomes one of those responsible limiters than what happens when reckless sentencing is found? VICPOL is responsible for this even if advised by OPP, but it is outright approved by OPP now you are responsible too. RPwise that wouldn't happen. 2. Police Officers have a very broad amount of decisionmaking freedom when handling a suspect. It is their option to involve OPP and I believe they need to do so more often but at the end of the day (like above) it is the officers liability to any alpha magistrate charges applied. It is also a part of police roleplay so being able to take suspects from them for processing is likely a non-starter. 3. This one is fine. I am unsure on the protocol but I believe serious misconduct found to be validated by evidence would probably be referred to OPP to charge the officer and thus justify dismissal. 4. There are ongoing discussions about how to best involve OPP and educate the rank and file on how to do so. I suggest speaking with Jayden Woods / Harry Foster / Steve Jefferies (Jonston?) about it or your OPP leadership to liason with VICPOL leadership. 5. We already have the F3 list and this just requires more education for officers to utilize. 6. I think 600 - 750 ticks would be appropriate given it is a roleplay centric job that provides a critical function to the city. I hope you get your pay raise. 7. Keys to the police station, I don't personally object too but this would probably be an issue because you guys can be robbed and thus the keys can be stolen. There is no reason for you to access the police station without police officers inside to speak with so I don't understand the need to have a key when you can simply communicate with officers. TLDR - OPP deserves to be more involved. Some of these suggestions make you a make-shift Sgt+ which gives you a lot of influence over VICPOL roleplay without being a member of VICPOL.
  13. With the return of the MCV court we will see less officers charging for crimes using "alpha magistrate" as it is called. The reason that it is always the arresting officer (if possible) is because charges have to be beyond a reasonable doubt to apply. Thus the officer who apprehended or was participating in the arrest of a suspect is the first choice. Sometimes you will see officers hand off a suspect to general-duties to process because they are needed elsewhere urgently. This is normally with a list of charges that need to be applied and ideally a brief explanation of what happened. You want arresting officers to be charging officers as a lawyer because only these officers can give you the facts of the case (to be paired with your clients) and only these officers know enough to allow a lawyer to argue for lesser charges with the officer when MCV is not available. Also as a matter of policy to protect VICPOL for appeals arresting officers need to be charging officers so that arrest reports can be written and the most knowledgeable person can be questioned as to why this or that charge was applied. If you feel officers are discouraging lawyer interactions with their clients or are ignoring beyond a reasonable doubt as a requirement you can always appeal to the court for malicious or reckless prosecution/sentencing or inform VICPOL Leadership of the officers unprofessionalism.
  14. ChopShop tags a vehicle within the script as STOLEN it makes it hard for police to have them removed if the chop is interrupted. Having the plate stagged STOLEN## <--- random 2 digit number appehended would make it possible.
  15. https://www.gencon.com/ Rosa Vidal (HeroicLeigh) and myself Jeshin Hardy will be at Gencon this year for the september convention. If anyone is attending and would like to meetup this is your chance.
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