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Sentence of imprisonment not to exceed 90 days.
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Class C crimes: Bribery. Term of imprisonment not to exceed 5 years. Class D crimes: Improper influence. Improper compensation.
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Purchase of public office. Term of imprisonment not to exceed 1 year. Class E crimes: Bad faith filing a false conflict of interest charge. Improper gifts to public servants. Improper compensation for services. Official oppression. Misuse of information. Term of imprisonment not to exceed 6 months. Felonies: Bribery. Misdemeanors: Extortion.
Improper interest in public contracts. Accepting a bribe. Commission certain felonies involving corruption bribery, and others related to official duties may result in forfeiture of retirement benefits. Term of imprisonment not to exceed 4 years. Class A misdemeanors: Official misconduct. Knowing misrepresentation or omission of facts required to be contained in a financial interest statement.
Class IV felonies: Bribery. Class III misdemeanors: Misuse of official information. Class II misdemeanors: Official misconduct. Oppression under color of office. Improper influence. Punishable by term of imprisonment between 1 and 7 years.
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Misdemeanors: Compensation for past action. Prohibited gift to a public servant. Compensation for services. Failure to file required disclosure forms. Knowingly filing a false disclosure statement. Violation of ethics provisions relating to gifts. Punishable by term of imprisonment between 10 and 20 years. Second degree crimes: Pattern of official misconduct, if one of the acts is a first or second degree crime.
Third degree crimes: Pattern of official misconduct, if none of the acts is a first or second degree crime. Improper influence in official and political matters. Fourth degree crimes: Public servant transacting business with certain prohibited persons him or herself, a family member, associated business.
Punishable by term of imprisonment no more than 18 months. Third degree felonies: Demanding or receiving a bribe. Bribing a public officer or public employee. Receipt of any thing of value conditioned upon performance of an official act. False statement in a declaration of candidacy. Petty misdemeanors: Violation of the statutes relating to gifts. Corrupting the government in the first degree. Maximum sentence of life imprisonment. Rewarding official misconduct in the first degree if the benefit is for violating a duty relating to investigation, arrest, detention, prosecution, or incarceration of any person for a class A felony.
Corrupting the government in the second degree. Class D felonies: Bribery in the third degree. Corrupting the government in the third degree. Maximum sentence of 7 years. Class E felonies. Rewarding official misconduct in the second degree. Corrupting the government in the fourth degree. Maximum sentence of 4 years. Unlawful gratuities. Sentence of imprisonment not to exceed 1 year.
Sentences of imprisonment for this class of felony are specified based on guidelines that vary based on several factors, and is provided at N. Offering bribes. Class I felonies: Buying or selling offices.
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Class 1 misdemeanors: Misuse of confidential information. Public officers or employees benefiting from certain public contracts. Punishable by more than 6 months imprisonment but less than 1 year. Sentences of imprisonment for misdemeanors are based on guidelines that vary based on various factors, and is provided at N.
co.organiccrap.com/154528.php Class C felonies: Disclosure of confidential information provided to the government. Illegal influence between legislators or between legislators and governor. Class A misdemeanors: Public servant's prohibited interest in public contracts. Speculating or wagering on official action or information.
Trading in special influence. Trading in public office and political endorsement. Unlawful compensation for assistance in government matters. Publication of false information in political advertisements. Any violation of the Corrupt Practices section of the chapter on Elections unless a penalty is otherwise specified. Class B misdemeanors: Intentional violation of the provisions relating to statements of economic interests, which also may result in the imposition of impeachment proceedings.
Ohio Rev. Intimidation by threat of harm to influence a public servant, party official, or others. Punishable by a term of imprisonment of 9 to 36 months, Ohio Rev. Fourth degree felonies: Unlawful interest in a public contract. Punishable by a term of imprisonment of 6 to 18 months, Ohio Rev. Punishable by a term of imprisonment of 6 to 12 months, Ohio Rev.
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First degree misdemeanors: Soliciting or receiving improper compensation, which also shall result in disqualification from public service for 7 years. Knowingly make a false statement in a required financial disclosure.
Disclosure of certain information without consent. Unauthorized compensation. Violation of revolving door bribery, honorarium, travel reimbursement, organization membership, or gaming activity prohibitions. Fine and term of imprisonment for misdemeanors are determined by multiple factors, discussed at Ohio Rev. Fourth degree misdemeanors: Knowingly fail to file a required disclosure statement.