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The Rhode Island Criminal Law provisions span a total of three titles. Title 11 of the Rhode Island General Laws covers criminal offenses, Title 12 deals with criminal procedure, while Title 13 handles correctional institutions. Some laws recorded have since been repealed or deemed unconstitutional however; they remain on Rhode Island's records.
This details possible offenses along with minimum and maximum sentences. A number of provisions deal with business related crimes. These include CHAPTER 11-9.1 Commercial Transactions, CHAPTER 11-52.1 Internet Misrepresentation of Business Affiliation Act, and CHAPTER 11-18 Fraud and False Dealing.
This goes at lengths to clarify how the necessary procedures throughout the criminal prosecution process should be conducted. It covers topics like searches, warrants, collection of evidences, jurisdiction, and identification processes (for both law enforcers and criminals). Powers, rewards and other monetary matters are also covered.
The chapters under this title detail how issues like transfer, prison facilities, parole, goods made in prison, and wardens' incentives should be treated. Some provisions are further broken down to provide clear instructions on: the running of correctional facilitates, the conduct of personnel, and governance of persons convicted.
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