§ 195.00 Official Misconduct
§ 195.02 Concealment of a Human Corpse
§ 195.05 Obstructing Governmental Administration in the Second Degree
§ 195.06 Killing or Injuring a Police Animal
§ 195.06-A Killing a Police Work Dog or Police Work Horse
§ 195.07 Obstructing Governmental Administration in the First Degree
§ 195.08 Obstructing Governmental Administration by Means of a Self-Defense Spray Device
§ 195.10 Refusing to Aid a Peace or a Police Officer
§ 195.11 Harming an Animal Trained to Aid a Person With a Disability in the Second Degree
§ 195.12 Harming an Animal Trained to Aid a Person With a Disability in the First Degree
§ 195.15 Obstructing Firefighting Operations
§ 195.16 Obstructing Emergency Medical Services
§ 195.17 Obstruction of Governmental Duties by Means of a Bomb, Destructive Device, Explosive, or Hazardous Substance
§ 195.20 Defrauding the Government

Terms Used In New York Laws > Penal > Part 3 > Title L > Article 195 - Official Misconduct and Obstruction of Public Servants Generally

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