Article X – Grand decree of Law
By order of the king, Lord Frederick William Cook, in accordance with the micronation of
Newfredland, we hereby establish the laws of Newfredland to stand in perpetuity from
this day forward. The laws will each house their own punishments, as defined beside
the law itself, which shalt not be altered in any way. Through these laws, we protect the
citizenry of Newfredland, promote fairness and equality, and maintain order throughout
● Impersonation – One who impersonates the crown, a member of the
government, or another citizen is in breach of this law. Class 4 offense.
● Murder – One who takes the life of another citizen. Class 1 offense.
● Theft – One who takes someone else’s rightful property. Class 3 offense.
● Grand theft – Any theft that involves over $10,000. Class 2 offense.
● Manipulation or deceit – To knowingly manipulate or deceive someone for
personal gain. Class 3 offense.
● Hate crime – Any crime committed with the intent to harm or threaten someone
based upon race, gender, sexual preference, and the like. Class 2 offense.
● Rape or sexual misconduct – Sexual force or coercion whereas one individual
is not a willing and consensual participant. Class 1 offense.
● False imprisonment and or kidnapping – Restraining someone against their
will for any reason. Class 2 offense.
● Dishonorable action – Any action which is dishonorable in nature. Class 4
● Injurious action to a minor or animal – Any action that brings willful and
knowing injury to a child or animal. Class 1 offense.
● Restricting another person’s general freedom – This is any action in which
impedes another person’s right to freedom. Class 3 offense.
● The threat of force – Threatening to use force on another for personal
gratification or advancement. Class 3 offense
● Unfair business practices – Business conducted outside of the scope of fair
enterprise and equality. Class 3 offense.
● Mistreatment – Treatment of another person or persons, that is not within the
alignment of the core values of Newfredland. Class 4 offense.
● Violence (non-self-defense) – Violent action committed against another person,
without it being held within the confines of self-defense. Class 2 offense.
● Littering and or uncleanliness in nature – Littering or leaving mess outside or
within the confines of nature will not be tolerated. Class 5 offense.
● Defacing or public destruction of others property, nature, or areas not
one’s own – Graffiti and causing general wonton public ugliness. Class 4
● Malicious property damage – Willfully and maliciously damaging the property of
another and or nature. Class 3 offense.
Punishments are broken down into class infractions/offenses and range in order from 5
(minor) to 1 (Major). The punishment for each offense are as follows;
● Class 5 offense – Restitution to the party affected and 10 hours of documented
● Class 4 offense – Restitution to the party affected and 20 hours of documented
● Class 3 offense – Restitution to the party affected and 30 hours of documented
● Class 2 offense – Restitution to the party affected and banishment from
● Class 1 offense – Death
Committing any class 5-4 offense more than twice, or committing more than one class 3
offense and is punishable as a Class 2 offense. Leniency may be granted if the offender
turns themselves in and admits to the offense, this is up to the jury of peers.