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Crimes Against Public Administration


Crimes Against Public Administration - C.F.R. Provisions

U.S. Code Title 18 > Part I > Chapter 18 - Congressional, Cabinet, And Supreme Court Assassination, Kidnapping, And Assault
U.S. Code Title 18 > Part I > Chapter 84 - Presidential And Presidential Staff Assassination, Kidnapping, And Assault
 

Crimes Against Public Administration - Selected State Laws

AlabamaAlabama Code > Title 13A > Chapter 10 - Offenses Against Public Administration
AlaskaAlaska Statutes Chapter 11.56 - Offenses Against Public Administration
ArizonaArizona Laws > Title 13 > Chapter 24 - Obstruction Of Public Administration
CaliforniaCalifornia Corporations Code > Title 5 - Subversive Organization Registration Law
California Penal Code > Part 1 > Title 3 - Of Offenses Against The Sovereignty Of The State
California Penal Code > Part 1 > Title 5 - Of Crimes By And Against The Executive Power Of The Stat
California Penal Code > Part 1 > Title 6 - Of Crimes Against The Legislative Power
California Penal Code > Part 1 > Title 7 - Of Crimes Against Public Justice
ConnecticutConnecticut General Statutes > Title 53 > Chapter 942 - Offenses Against Public Justice
FloridaFlorida Statutes > Chapter 838 - Bribery; Misuse of Public Office
Florida Statutes > Chapter 839 - Offenses by Public Officers and Employees
HawaiiHawaii Revised Statutes Chapter 710 - Offenses Against Public Administration
IdahoIdaho Code Title 18 > Chapter 63 - Revenue And Taxation
IndianaIndiana Code > Title 35 > Article 44 - Offenses Against Public Administration
IowaIowa Code Chapter 718 - Offenses against the government
Iowa Code Chapter 721 - Official misconduct
KansasKansas Statutes > Chapter 21 > Article 38 - Crimes Affecting Governmental Functions
Kansas Statutes > Chapter 21 > Article 39 - Crimes Affecting Public Trusts
MaineMaine Revised Statutes > Title 17-A > Chapter 19 - Falsification In Official Matters
Maine Revised Statutes > Title 17-A > Chapter 31 - Offenses Against Public Administration
MassachusettsMassachusetts General Laws > Part IV > Title I > Chapter 268 - Crimes Against Public Justice
Massachusetts General Laws > Part IV > Title I > Chapter 268A - Conduct Of Public Officials And Employees
MichiganMichigan Laws > Chapter 750 > Act 328 of 1931 > Chapter LXX - Public Offices and Officers
Michigan Laws > Chapter 750 > Act 328 of 1931 > Chapter LXXI - Public Records
Michigan Laws > Chapter 750 > Act 328 of 1931 > Chapter LXXXIV - Treason and Subversion
MissouriMissouri Laws > Title XXXVIII > Chapter 575 - Offenses Against the Administration of Justice
Missouri Laws > Title XXXVIII > Chapter 576 - Offenses Affecting Government
MontanaMontana Code Title 45 > Chapter 7 - Offenses Against Public Administration
NevadaNevada Revised Statutes > Chapter 196 - Crimes Against the Sovereignty of This State
Nevada Revised Statutes > Chapter 197 - Crimes By and Against the Executive Power of This State
Nevada Revised Statutes > Chapter 198 - Crimes Against the Legislative Power
Nevada Revised Statutes > Chapter 199 - Crimes Against Public Justice
New HampshireNew Hampshire Revised Statutes > Chapter 641 - Falsification In Official Matters
New Hampshire Revised Statutes > Chapter 642 - Obstructing Governmental Operations
New Hampshire Revised Statutes > Chapter 643 - Abuse Of Office
New Hampshire Revised Statutes > Chapter 649 - Sabotage Prevention
New JerseyNew Jersey Statutes > Title 2C > Chapter 29 - Obstructing Governmental Operations; Escape
New MexicoNew Mexico Statutes Chapter 30 > Article 22 - Interference with Law Enforcement
New Mexico Statutes Chapter 30 > Article 23 - Misconduct by Officials
New Mexico Statutes Chapter 30 > Article 26 - Interference with Public Records
New YorkNew York Laws - Penal > Part 3 > Title L - Offenses Against Public Administration
New YorkNew York Laws > Penal > Part 3 > Title L - Offenses Against Public Administration
North CarolinaNorth Carolina General Statutes Chapter 14 > Article 5A - Endangering Executive and Legislative, and Court Officers
North Carolina General Statutes Chapter 14 > Article 31 - Misconduct in Public Office
North Carolina General Statutes Chapter 14 > Article 32 - Misconduct in Private Office
OhioOhio Code > Title 29 > Chapter 2921 - Offenses Against Justice And Public Administration
OregonOregon Statutes > Chapter 162 - Offenses Against the State and Public Justice
Rhode IslandRhode Island General Laws > Chapter 11-43. Treason and Related Offenses
South CarolinaSouth Carolina Code > Title 16 > Chapter 9 - Offenses Against Public Justice
South Carolina Code > Title 25 > Chapter 7 - Treason; Sabotage
South DakotaSouth Dakota Laws > Title 22 > Chapter 11 - Obstruction Of The Administration Of Government
TennesseeTennessee Code > Title 39 > Chapter 16 - Offenses Against Administration of Government
TexasTexas Penal Code > Title 8 - Offenses Against Public Administration
UtahUtah Code > Title 76 > Chapter 8 - Offenses Against the Administration of Government
Utah Code > Future Title 76 > Chapter 8 - Offenses Against the Administration of Government
VermontVermont Statutes > Title 13 > Chapter 15 - Barratry
Vermont Statutes > Title 13 > Chapter 67 - Public Justice and Public Officers
Vermont Statutes > Title 13 > Chapter 75 - Treason and Other Offenses Against the Government
VirginiaVirginia Code Title 18.2 > Chapter 10 - Crimes Against the Administration of Justice
Virginia Code Title 18.2 > Chapter 11 - Offenses Against the Sovereignty of the Commonwealth
West VirginiaWest Virginia Code > Chapter 61 > Article 1 - Crimes Against The Government
West Virginia Code > Chapter 61 > Article 5 - Crimes Against Public Justice

 

Questions & Answers: Crimes Against Public Administration

I am a city commissioner,>our Police Chief mishandled $4000 dollars in some way not sure how,after questions the next day he came in and said he found it in his files (this was con...
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