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14. Offences against public security and order
 
  Article 114-Offences of inciting public disorder causing injury  
114.1 Inciting public disorder to cause injury  
  Inciting public disorder to cause injury is a gross violation of the public order which expresses patent contempt for society values attended by individual or group violence against private men and women, legal entities and/or law enforcement officials and other public servants.  
 
 Primary Fact(s)
 1. That an incident of public disorder did occur at a time and place; and
 2. That the actions of the accused contributed to the incident of public disorder; and
 3. That the actions of the accused were done with the intent to cause public disorder.
 
 
 Penalty Conditions (Level 2-Crime)
Type
Condition(s)
1-3
a) as a member of any protest, having defied law enforcement officials request to disperse, at which non-violent resistance was displayed but with damage to property;
4-6
a) as a member of any protest, having defied law enforcement officials request to disperse, at which violent resistance was displayed, without serious injury but with damage to property;
 
 
 Penalty Conditions (Level 3-Crime)
Type
Condition(s)
1-3
a) as a member of any protest, having defied law enforcement officials request to disperse, at which violent resistance was displayed, with serious injury but with damage to property;
4-6
a) as a member of an organization which received direct/indirect funding from any foreign government/illegal organization having stated a desire to overthrow government authority, and/or the legitimacy of the Charter being involved in peaceful protest but with damage to property;
 
 
 Penalty Conditions (Level 4-Crime)
Type
Condition(s)
1-3
a) as a member of an organization which received direct/indirect funding from any foreign government/illegal organization having stated a desire to overthrow government authority, and/or the legitimacy of the Charter being involved in violent protest but not causing injury but with damage to property;
4-6
a) as a member of an organization which received direct/indirect funding from any foreign government/illegal organization having stated a desire to overthrow government authority, and/or the legitimacy of the Charter being involved in violent protest, causing injury but with damage to property;
 
     
 
 

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