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Old 06/01/2017, 06:19 PM   #1
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Hello,

I am looking for a crime name.
Description: Police is giving you a police warning while you driving in a car and you ignore the police warnings.
Can someone help me with a good crime name for this?

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Old 06/01/2017, 06:24 PM   #2
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Does it have to be real or made up? i got either Moving violation / Traffic violations reciprocity / Speed limit
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Old 06/01/2017, 06:29 PM   #3
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I am trying to keep it as real crimes. I still cant find a good name for it.
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Old 06/01/2017, 06:34 PM   #4
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Disobeying a lawful order
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How about resisting arrest or the official opposition?
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How about resisting arrest or the official opposition?
Resisting Arrest is when you resist while you are being arrested.
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When you ignore the law enforcement unit, it is like avoiding to get in touch with officer.

Resisting police officer?
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"Evading a Police Officer" or "Reckless Evading" or "Fleeing or evading police in the second degree", the latter being defined as (in the state of Kentucky): 'While operating a motor vehicle with intent to elude or flee, the person knowingly or wantonly disobeys a recognized direction to stop his vehicle, given by a person recognized to be a peace officer.'
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Disobeying a lawful order

The officer is demanding you to pull over.
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Old 06/01/2017, 07:56 PM   #10
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It's Evading a peace officer, if the suspect evaded once more and started to speed, then it's Vehicular Endangerment.




Disobeying a lawful order is used more for the scenes for example, an officer asked you to clear the area and you disobey his orders, but Evading a peace officer or failure to comply is used for situations Admigo specified.
If the officer asks you (or more likely demands you to pull over), then you aren't doing anything else than disobeying a lawful order. Evading would be "there's an officer here, let me turn around and hopefully he doesn't see me" or something like that, I think you meant fleeing.

This is a game, players can drive at a slow velocity just enough for the officer to not be able to carjack them. They don't necessarily have to speed. I don't see how that can be evading, or for the suspect to be considered dangerous to other players.
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