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2022 San Andreas Criminal and Traffic Code
This code was drafted, published, and approved August of 2022 by San Andreas Life. It may be edited or updated at any time.
Title 1 - Criminal Offenses > Subtitle 3 - Offenses Against the Administration of Government > Chapter 1 - Obstructing Governmental Operations > § 1-3-102 Terrorism
§ 1-3-102 Terrorism
A person commits the offense of terrorism if, with the intent to intimidate or coerce a civilian population, influence the policy of a unit of government by using intimidation or coercion, affect the conduct of a unit or level of government by intimidation or coercion, or retaliate against a civilian population or unit of government for a policy or conduct, the person:
(1) Knowingly commits an act of terrorism within this state; or
(2) While outside this state, knowingly commits an act of terrorism that takes effect within this state or produces substantial detrimental effects within this state.
Violating this subsection is a Class (F) Felony.