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Pollux Law

On pollux, the law is a set of rules for all Polluxian citizens and visitors to adhere. Whether you are the president or a bartender, justice will be served by the loyal servants of the law. At least in theory.

police_officer forces are tasked with enforcing the law on the planet and in Pollux controlled space. The district_prosecutor handles law-related prosecution in court, and the handles the verdict. The arrested party would be represented by the defense_attorney.

I. Pollux Law Principles

1) Interpretation of the Law

Ultimately the Judge is the one interpreting laws and discerning the rights from wrongs. If a trial is held the 'Judge's' word is final and can only be overruled by another judge through an appeal trial. While paroles can be granted to people sentenced to jail time no one not even the mayor can give pardons.

For all incidents, the suspect's intent is very important. Some incidents are mutually exclusive.

A single incident has a single sentence: If, for instance, the suspect on one occasion took 3 items off of someone, this is a single count of theft.

  • If the suspect on separate occasions took items off of someone these would be separate counts of theft.
  • If the suspect broke into a room through a window to steal something that would be one count of property damage (for a broken window), one count of trespassing (for entering a restricted area) and one count of theft (for the stolen items).

Certain types of crimes don't stack but rather reflect the severity of an incident. Only the most severe charge is applied in such cases. Beating someone to death would be one count of murder (and not assault, assault with a deadly weapon and murder). Stealing a lot of items from one person would add up to theft instead of petty theft. Fighting an officer conducting an arrest and then running from them would be one count of resisting arrest (and not fleeing & eluding and resisting arrest).

'Solicitation', 'Accessory', 'Attempt', and 'Conspiracy' are to be treated and charged as if the perpetrator committed the associated crime, for example, an individual who is accessory to murder will be punished as if they are charged with murder.

  • Solicitation: Encouraging, bribing, requesting, or instructing someone to commit a crime, with the intent that the person being solicited commit the crime.
  • Accessory: Assisting in the commission of a crime, without participating in the crime itself, knowing that a crime will be, has been, or is being committed.
  • Attempt: Attempting to commit a crime.
  • Conspiracy: Planning to commit a crime, with the intent to eventually carry out that crime.

2) Identification

A person is not usually required to have their form of identification visible or provide it on request on Pollux. An officer that has a probable cause can request a citizen to identify themselves.

Probable cause should be provided upon request. Unknown person in a restricted area, a person matching a suspect’s description, a person spotted nearby a recent crime scene are examples of probable cause for requesting identification. An officer requires no probable cause to check an identification card of a person that is being searched or arrested.

3) Presidential Influence

The elected President and their ministries have the ability to modify, add, or delete Polluxian law with various acts according to their agenda. Summary of Presidential acts can be found at Presidental Acts

5) Charging

6) Injuctions

Judges may issue injunctions to the people on Pollux ground if deemed necessary.

An injunction is a restriction on a person, meant to prohibit disruptive behavior that may not otherwise explicitly break the law. Violating the terms of these injunctions 'is' breaking the law however, covered by 'Violation of Injunction' below. Examples of valid uses of injunctions include things like preventing two belligerent citizens from interacting with one another, or stopping someone from abusing alcohol at the bar.

7) Arrests & Searches

A warrant listing the charges (in case of arrest) and the name of the person (or area) that is to be arrested or searched, signed by the 'judge or magistrate' is required in order to search or arrest a person or search an area on Pollux ground. A warrant 'must' be presented if requested by the subject of arrest or search or by the responsible for the area that is being searched.

The need for a warrant can be circumvented if specific conditions are met:

*An arrest can be conducted without a warrant if an officer personally witnessed a person committing a crime or if an officer has sufficient reasons to believe that failure to take action will cause serious harm to life or property

*A search can be conducted without a warrant if an officer personally witnessed restricted items being stashed on the person or in the area being searched or if an officer has reason to believe that failure to act will cause serious harm to life or property

*No warrant is required to search a public area

*No warrant is required to search a person who is under arrest

Failure to comply with a lawful order of a police officer or interfering with a lawful arrest or search can be charged with Obstruction of Justice under Pollux law.

8) Rights in custody

Please see: Prisoner Rights

9) Juvenile delinquency

Minors under the age of 13 can not be charged with crimes or be sanctioned under the Pollux law. Whenever someone under the age of 13 commits a crime instead of arresting and charging them an officer should obtain an arrest warrant for their legal guardian and charge him with '“Neglect of Parental Duties”' instead. In exceptional cases an order from the judge can be obtained to restrict the minor's freedom until the situation can be addressed.

10) Regarding warnings

Officers are allowed to give out official warnings for offenses. Such warnings have to be properly documented in the person's criminal record.

Officers are not obligated to issue out an official warning, but are encouraged to do so if the situation allows it.

II. Sentencing Procedure

1) Fines

A suspect can be fined for the crime they commit as long as it is not a violent or capital. Cash registers can be found in the Police Station Lobby, and Warden's office. Officers cannot force a prisoner to pay a fine, and the prisoner must be notified by the fine price and do it of their own accord. Officers must stack up the cost of all the offense(s) charge it lump sum to the prisoner. The exact price must be followed and done traceable through the cash registers (not into pocket). If the person is serving jail time instead of a fine, they won't pay a fine as well, that's double charging.

A receipt is to be given to the suspect once they have processed the fine.

2) Community Service

If a suspect can not pay fine or bail to avoid jail he can be granted an opportunity to pay off his debt to the city by doing community service at the discretion of the Judge, District Prosecutor, Chief of Police or the Prison Warden. If the suspect chooses to do community service instead of jail time he is to be supplied with clear instructions of what he's supposed to do, inmate uniform and a tracking device.

Once his work is considered sufficient to pay off his debt to the city he can come back to jail to return the equipment and have his tracking device removed. The inmate's criminal records should be modified accordingly. A supervisor should be assigned to an inmate doing community service to regularly check on him and make sure he's doing his job.

3) Parole

A person being held in jail for any reason can be allowed a parole at the discretion of the Judge, the District Prosector, the Chief of Police, or the Prison Warden. A person that was granted parole should have their criminal records updated accordingly and supplied with a tracking implant.

  • A paroled person is considered to be under injunction to not possess any firearms, use alcohol or drugs, leave the city as well as other conditions bestowed by the person granting parole and should be notified of that, their criminal record should be modified accordingly. Any breach of the Pollux law will result in the termination of parole and resuming the confinement.
    * A paroled person should be assigned a parole officer.
  • Any law enforcement agent can be assigned as a parole officer.
  • A parole officer should regularly check on the paroled person to ensure the conditions of parole are not being violated.
  • A parolee has no expectation of privacy and is not protected bt the Pollux privacy laws while on parole.

4) Death Penalty

  1. The death penalty can only be given for a Capital level offense, and only after a trial where the judge has sentenced someone to death, and then granted the convict an appeal to a High Justice. Or during a martial law situation, authorized by the overseeing officer.
  2. Lethal injection, the electric chair and forceful cyborgification the only legal ways of executing someone, the method is chosen by the judge, but the inmate is allowed to suggest one of the listed methods.
  3. Firing squads become available during martial law, and the method shall be chosen by the overseeing officer should he authorize it.
  4. Lethal injections must be humane, the person should be anesthetized before or when the drug is administered
  5. The body must be turned over to the next of kin if one is available, held in a morgue pending transport or, if requested by the inmate, be donated to the local hospital or research center of their choice.
  6. Nobody under the age of eighteen can be executed.

III. Crime List


Misdemeanor Laws

Misdemeanor Laws are known as “petty” laws - they don't make it to court on their own usually, they have a small fine. If the paying party cannot afford the fine, there's usually a very small cell time. Officers can charge the party on the spot or choose to waive it for the charged in certain circumstances. Misdemeanor have a maximum time of one day and do not have a minimum time. This is determined by the President when they create/modify the law and Judges may sentence within this window.

ID Name Description Fine Cell Time Notes
i101 Threat of Death or Bodily Harm To threaten a person's life or well-being. 340 5 Minutes The threat does not necessarily have to be verbal. Pointing a gun at people for example would also fit this charge.
i102 Stalking & Harassment To willfully and repeatedly follow and/or harass another person. 400 10 Minutes A victim of this can seek a restraining order.
i103 Defamation To spread false information about a person or organization with an intention of damaging the reputation of thereof. 380 5 Minutes n/a
i104 Battery To initiate an unwanted physical contact with another person. 430 10 Minutes Slapping, pushing, disarming, repeatedly bumping into someone can be considered battery. Anything more serious is to be charged with assault
i105 Vandalism To desecrate or deface public or private property. 400 5 Minutes Vandalism covers only cosmetic alterations like graffiti. For anything serious see “Property Damage”.
i106 Petty Theft To dishonestly appropriate property of collective estimated value of no more than 400 credits belonging to another person or organisation. 400 5 Minutes Note that taking items that are meant for public use all for yourself is also considered theft even if you normally have access to them. For example a doctor bagging all the aid kits from the hospital storage would be committing a crime.
i107 Trespassing To enter the area one does not have access to or permission to be in. 430 5 Minutes Make sure the person really doesn’t have access to the are or wasn’t let there by other personnel. Trespassing often goes hand to hand with other crimes like damage of property (if a window or a door was broken) or theft. Be thorough.
i108 Sexual Harassment To make clearly unwanted sexual advances, either verbally or through noncontact actions. If there is actually sexual activity, see Sexual Assault. 460 10 Minutes Clearly unwanted means that it's been made clear that the advances aren't welcome.
i109 Littering To obstruct the public face with trash or otherwise ecologically foreign material. 200 15 Minutes Instances of littering could be any domestic pollutants, such as trash or foreign residues, medical waste, and discarded tobacco products.
i110 General Traffic Violation To disregard basic traffic ettiquette. 150 15 Minutes Speeding, driving on the opposite side of the road, blowing red lights, parking inappropriately, driving while impaired, jaywalking. If it creates a risk on the road it can be considered a “General Traffic Violation”.

Criminal Laws

Criminal law are laws that are serious enough to be taken to court and can be contested. These charges cannot be waived by a police officer and are treated seriously. Criminal crimes have a minimum time of one minute and a maximum time of three and a half (3.5) days. This is determined by the President when they create/modify the law and Judges may sentence within this window.

ID Name Description Fine Cell Time Notes
i201 Fleeing & Eluding To non-violently flee from or elude a lawful arrest. 460 6 Minutes Running, hiding and other nonviolent forms of resisting arrest can be charged with fleeing & eluding. Anything more physical (pushing, disarming resisting cuffs, etc.) should be charged with resisting arrest
i202 Disorderly Conduct To act in a way that creates public disturbance or nuisance. 430 5 Minutes A catch all charge for minor crimes such as littering, yelling obscenities and generally being a dick. Lawful demonstrators can't be charged with this, nor can people speaking about police activities, unless they're exposing sensitive information.
i203 Procedure Violation (Green) When the code green procedure is not respected. 715 20 Minutes n/a
i204 Property Damage To damage or destroy public or private property. 860 20 Minutes A step up from vandalism, this covers any actual damage done to the property (including synthetics) and maliciously altering its functions.
i205 Disrespect to the Dead To abuse or desecrate a corpse. 1000 25 Minutes n/a
i206 Animal Cruelty To willingly and knowingly cause unnecessary death or suffering of an animal. 515 8 Minutes This charge applies only to unnecessary harm and death. People that kill animals as part of their usual duties (like the chef or the janitor) or those that have sufficient reason to kill (dispatching rodents or protecting a life) should not be charged with this as long as their means of dispatching animals is fairly humane.
i207 Violation of Privacy Laws To invade a person’s privacy, share or access personal information protected by privacy laws without a proper reason. 715 15 Minutes Your personal records (security, medical and employment), confidential information passed toyour doctor or lawyer as well as your identification card, personal items and property are protected by the Polluxian privacy laws. Spreading suchinformation without your approval,neglecting to properly secure it fallsunder this charge as well as unauthorized searches of your personal property. If a police officer is theoffender, refer to Abuse of Police Powers.
i208 Injunction To violate the terms of a legally filed injunction. 715 15 Minutes The injunction should be authorized by the judged and handed in a written form to the subject of injunction for it to take legal power.
i209 Theft To dishonestly appropriate property of estimated collective value over 400 credits belonging to another person or organisation. 970 24 Minutes Note that taking items that are meant for public use all for yourself is also considered theft even if you normally have access to them. For example a doctor bagging all the aid kits from the hospital storage would be committing a crime.
i211 Grand Theft Auto To steal or otherwise unlawfully acquire a vehicle one does not have the ownership right to. 740 16 Minutes Make sure the car wasn't handed to the suspect before you charge them with GTA.
i212 Failure to Produce Identification To fail to present a valid form of identification upon a lawful request a representative of local or federal authorities. 430 5 Minutes An officer asking you to produce your identification should provide a reasonable cause for it if requested. Failure to do by the officer is stepping on your privacy and can be considered a “Violation of Privacy Laws”.
i213 Excessive Use of Force To use more than a necessary amount of force in self defense. 860 20 Minutes It applies instead of “Assault” or “Assault with a Deadly Weapon” when a suspect had a reasonable cause to be engaging with another person. Note that severe cases (Ones that end in death or near death) can still be charged with “Manslaughter” or even “Murder”. If a police officer is the offender, refer to Abuse of Police Powers.
i214 Possession of Contraband To be in possession of items controlled or banned by law without proper authorization. 715 15 Minutes The exceptions are items that the person is required to be in posession of due to the specifics of their profession (like the drugs inside of chemistry lab) although carrying them out of the workplace is discouraged.
i215 Contraband with Intent to Distribute To be in possession of items controlled or banned by law without proper authorization with intent to distribute 860 20 Minutes To be in possession of items controlled or banned by law without proper authorization with intent to distribute A quantity is usually a good tell. A handful of drug pills is a believable amount for personal use. When it's a bag full of pills chances are the person is probably trying to sell them. 200 credits fine. 20 mins them.
i216 Fraud & Embezzlement To use deliberate deception in order to take advantage of other person or organization. 1085 28 Minutes n/a
i217 Obstruction of Justice To pervert, impede or obstruct the due administration of justice. 860 20 Minutes Lying to law enforcement officers, tampering with evidence, trespassing on crime scenes, loitering near crime scenes when told to leave, interference or failure to cooperate with lawful actions or requests of law enforcement officers are all examples of what could qualify as obstruction of justice.
i218 Neglect of Parental Duties To fail to uphold a reasonable standard of care for a child as that child’s legal guardian. 570 50 Minutes n/a
i219 Reckless Endangerment To act in a way that creates a risk of potential serious physical injury to another person while disregarding the foreseeable consequences of one’s actions. 715 50 Minutes n/a
i220 Inciting an Unlawful Demonstration Inciting, or attempting to incite, an unlawful demonstration. 1140 30 Minutes If a Non-Pollux citizen incites any demonstration, lawful or not, they can be charged with this.
i221 Participating in an Unlawful Demonstration Participating in any organized demonstration that interferes with the operation of civil services or personnel, has an undue impact on uninvolved people, causes property damage during the course of the demonstration, or is rallying toward an unlawful goal. 1430 45 Minutes A protest calling for a law to be changed isn't unlawful, a protest calling for that law to be broken, or breaking that law, is. Radio spam, harassing passersby, blocking roads, etc. is considered undue impact. Non-Pollux citizens participating in demonstrations may be charged with this, whether the demonstration is lawful or not.
i222 Trespassing in a Secure Area. To unlawfully access a high security area, including police property, government facilities, or high value storage. 1140 30 Minutes Entering the armory, mayor's office, government buildings, prison, or the vault, etc. falls under this.
i223 Weapon Handling Misconduct Any citizen of Pollux with a valid weapon permit found to be committing a crime with it or not following proper concealment protocol for said weapon can be charged for this. After three strikes, counting repeat offender price/timer modifiers, the weapon permit shall be hereby null and the weapon confiscated. 1570 30 Minutes n/a
i224 Impersonating City Officials To impersonate a member of city council, law enforcement, or health personnel. 1140 30 Minutes n/a
i225 Assault To inflict harm on another individual 1140 20 Minutes Grabbing, pinning, hitting someone with no weapon, inflicting injuries as well as attacking someone with a non-lethal weapon or drugging someone without their consent can be considered assault.
i226 Resisting Arrest To violently resist a lawful arrest. 1000 30 Minutes Remember that it has to be violent to qualify. Resisting cuffs, pushing, disarming or fighting law enforcement officers during a lawful arrest can be considered resisting arrest.

Major Laws

Major crimes are some of the most serious types of law violations. They are almost always taken to court. All major crimes, current and future, include a mandatory fine that must be paid on the spot or as soon as possible by the felon, regardless of their plea. Major crimes have a minimum time of one hour and a maximum time of one week. This is determined by the President when they create/modify the law and Judges may sentence within this window.

ID Name Description Fine Cell Time Notes
i303 Aggravated Assault To inflict serious injuries to another person or use a deadly weapon against another person. 1570 30 Minutes Injuries can be generally considered serious if they require specialized medical care to treat them. Any object capable of inflicting deadly wounds is considered a weapon in this case. Guns, knives, improperly used stunbatons are considered a deadly weapon as well as toolboxes, oxygen canisters, glass shards, metal rods, screwdrivers, etc.
i304 Manslaughter To cause a death of a person with no malicious intent or premeditation. 2000 1 Hour The lack of malicious intent turns murder into manslaughter, be it death caused due to unfortunate accident, carelessness or excessive self-defense.
i305 Child Abuse To cause mental or physical harm to a minor. 1115 20 Minutes n/a
i306 Kidnapping and Hostage Taking To restrict a person’s freedom or forcefully transport a person against their will. 2000 1 Hour n/a
i307 Abuse of Police Powers For an agent of the law to abuse or misuse the police powers prescribed to them, or to grievously step out of line of Standard Operating Procedure. 1430 30 Minutes Includes wrongful charges, abuse of suspects, unlawful searches, etc. It's highly recommended that officers charged with this be fired.
i308 Exceeding Official Powers Abusing job-granted privileges in an abusive manner Such as granting all-access IDs or breaching any government directive or SOP as a Council Member. 1885 35 Minutes Demotion of council member advised.
i309 Procedure Violation (Blue) When the code blue procedure is not respected. 850 35 Minutes n/a
i310 Civil Unrest Inciting, organizing or acting in a manner that may destabilize civilized society in a minor way such as multiple and/or violent acts of civil disobedience or crime sprees. 2000 1 Hour Should this happen in a larger scale, Sociocide charges may be applicable.
i311 Jailbreak (Non-Permanent Confined Inmate) Jailbreaker recieves the same original time. Jailbroken inmate receives double time and a timer reset. 40 50 Minutes n/a
i312 Impersonation of Government Officials This will include any high ranking body from the rank of Mayor up to President in Chief, or any titles pertaining to the local Nanotrasen branch. 2250 1 Hour n/a

Capital Laws

Capital Crimes are the most serious of all crimes. Some may even carry the death penalty if a judge rules it. They do not have a cell time as they are always lifetime imprisonment/detention. Capital crimes have a minimum time of one day and a maximum time of permanent with the possibility of parole in two weeks. This is determined by the President when they create/modify the law and Judges may sentence within this window.

IDNameDescriptionCell TimeNotes
i401Murder To knowingly and willingly cause the death of another person.Permanent n/a
i402Terroristic Act To engage in maliciously destructive actions that pose a serious threat to Pollux and its people.Permanent n/a
i403Sexual Assault To coerce or physically force a person to engage in a sexual act against their will.Permanent n/a
i404Procedure Violation (Red) When the code red procedure is not respected.Permanent n/a
i405Jailbreak (Permanently Confined Inmate) Same time as the jailbroken inmate.Permanent n/a
i406Treason To act against Pollux and its government in a major way, including possession, and theft, of Weapons of Mass Destruction, unauthorized leaks of Ministry, Nanotrasen or Presidential-level classified information and organized.Permanent n/a
i407Sociocide Threats to civilized society, such as extreme or excessively violent acts committed by unstable non-repentant criminals, especially those that seek to destabilize Pollux.Permanent n/a

5) Modifiers & Special Situations

Immediate Threat to the prisoner Bomb threat, or any other imminent danger to the prisoner's well-beingOfficer must relocate the prisoner(s) to a safe location. Otherwise immediate release. Life sentences must be reapplied after danger has passed
Medical Reasons Prisoners are entitled to medical attention if sick or injuredMedical personnel can be called, or the prisoner can be escorted to the hospital
Self Defense Assault and even homocide can be justified if it was necessary for prevention of loss of life. (Note that there are borders of acceptable self-defense, and crossing the line of appropriate force can be charged with “Excessive Use of Force” or even “Manslaughter”). Regarding weapons, anybody can carry a melee weapon that fits in a pocket when fully deployed.Up to and including immediate release.
Delinquency Anyone charged with a crime that is aged thirteen through seventeen years old is considered a delinquentReduction of penalty (fine, jail time, etc.) by 50% for non-Capital crimes
Repeat Offender Should the criminal commit the same crime again, after already beeing arrested and processed for it at least once.Double the total sentence.

IV. Contraband Classification

There are currently 3 Classes of Contraband, this system may change in the near future.

1) Class 3 Contraband

This classification of contraband can be amended by the President with little to no input from other parties.

Banned ItemsDefinitionRelevant Crime
Minor in possession of age restricted items
Items to be confiscated, supplier detained for contraband.

Items included : Alcohol, cigarettes and knives

Supplier's crime: i215 (Contraband with intent to distribute)

Minor's Crime: i214 (Possession of contraband)
Items with intent to disruptBanned literature or items used in the effort to create anti-government sentimentsi202 (Disorderly Conduct)

This classification of contraband can be amended by vote of the populous, through a proposition made by the President.

Banned Items Definition Relevant Crime
Illegal Narcotics Banned drugs including: Bath Salts, Ecstasy, Crack, Heroin, Ketamine, Krokodil, LSD (currently named as Mindbreaker Toxin), Meth, Speed. IMPORTANT : Cannibis is still considered contraband without a permit i214 or i215 (Possession of Contraband or Contraband with intent to distribute)
Items with Intent to Commit Fraud Voice Changing Devices, clothes that can change appearance, forged or illegally modified ID cards and holographic devices. Can be charged with i215 (Contraband with the intent to distribute) Can be appealed if defendant can show a viable reason for owning such items.
In Possession of an Unauthorized Firearm. To possess a firearm with the capacity to take life, outside of a job with authorization to carry arms. For example, Police Force or Bodyguards. Conspiracy to commit i401 (Murder)
Melee Weapons To be in possession of an object that doubles as a weapon, or an actual weapon, that is not acquirable normally by civilians or restricted to Government, Law Enforcement or specific jobs, including homemade variant. Examples : Stun batons, combat knives, stun prods, spears. Can be pursued for i214 (Possession of Contraband) and conspiracy to commit i303 (Aggravated Assault) and i401 (Murder)
Consumption of Alcohol in a Public Area To consume alcohol outside of licensed establishments in a public area. Personal offices and break rooms allow consumption in a regulated manner, as long as no more than two [2] bottles are present or consumed, maximum, and as long as the drinker is not extremely drunk and/or disorderly. Department overseers or Mayors, through a council vote, may ban the consumption in both of these rooms. Residences are not restricted by this law. i202 (Disorderly Conduct)
Unconventional and Restricted Weapons. To be in Possession of a weapon that does not fall under the Permit Structuring Referendum, including crossbows and flamethrowers i214 (Possession of Contraband) and conspiracy to commit i401 (Murder)
Items with the Intent to Disrupt. Picket signs used in unlawful demonstrations.

3) Class 1 Contraband

Class 1 is almost impossible to be amended.

Banned ItemsDefinitionRelevant Crime
Possession of Organs and Non-regenerative tissue.To be in possession of humanoid body parts, outside a medical facility or without a medical license. Can be charged with i205 (Disrespect to the Dead) and i214 (Possession of Contraband) With sufficient reason, i304 (Manslaughter) and i401 (Murder) can be pursued.
ExplosivesTo be in possession of an item containing compounds designed to produce large amounts of geat or gas, leading to sudden pressure effects.Crimes that can be pursued are i204 (Property Damage), i219 (Reckless Endangerment), i401 (Murder) and i402 (Terroristic Act)

4) The Cannabis Legalization and Regulation Act

Here is relevant information about the legalization of Cannabis, mind you this is not the whole act.

  1. Cannabis shall be classified as Class-2 Contraband if the carrier lacks the proper license for it, and shall be considered an illicit substance under Section i213 and i214 of the Republic Criminal Code.
  2. All citizens of Pollux shall have the right to maintain up to three personal plants in individual plant pots for the purpose of distribution not resulting in revenue over 2000Cr monthly, as long as they are in the possession of a production license. Possession of more than three individual plants will result in confiscation and a potential invalidation of any valid license.
  3. Corporate entities authorized and licensed by the Pollux Cannabis Corporation (PCC) shall have the right to maintain cannabis growing operations, on the same scale as traditional farms and hydroponics facilities.
  4. Any corporate entity licensed to grow cannabis by the PCC must within 24-hours notice, submit to a full inspection and provide samples of every strain growing at their facilities for chemical testing.


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