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Section 4758.30 | Disciplinary actions.

...viction in this or any other state of a misdemeanor committed in the course of practice as an independent chemical dependency counselor-clinical supervisor, independent chemical dependency counselor, chemical dependency counselor III, chemical dependency counselor II, chemical dependency counselor assistant, prevention consultant, gambling disorder endorsee, prevention specialist, prevention specialist assistant, or ...

Section 5101.26 | Disclosure of information definitions.

...g or, in the case of New Jersey, a high misdemeanor, regardless of whether the individual has departed from the individual's usual place of residence. (D) "Information" means records as defined in section 149.011 of the Revised Code, any other documents in any format, and data derived from records and documents that are generated, acquired, or maintained by the department of job and family services, a county agenc...

Section 5119.181 | Certain convictions preclude appointments.

...ned in the Revised Code constituting a misdemeanor of the first degree on the first offense and a felony on subsequent offenses, if the crime bears a direct and substantial relationship to the position being filled; (3) An existing or former law of this state, any other state, or the United States, if the law violated is substantially equivalent to any of the offenses described in division (A)(1) or (2) of thi...

Section 5120.56 | Recovering cost of incarceration or supervision from offender.

...d of or pleaded guilty to any felony or misdemeanor and is sentenced to any of the following: (a) A term of imprisonment, a prison term, a jail term, or another type of confinement in a detention facility; (b) Participation in another correctional program in lieu of incarceration. (5) "Community control sanction," "prison term," and "jail term" have the same meanings as in section 2929.01 of the Revised Code. (6)...

Section 5905.02 | Commitment to the United States veterans' administration.

... pursuant to conviction of any crime or misdemeanor, or if the person has been acquitted of any such charge solely on the ground of insanity, unless prior to such transfer the court originally ordering such person enters an order for such transfer after appropriate motion and hearing. Any person transferred as provided in this section is ordered to the veterans' administration or other agency of the United States p...

Section 9.06 | Private operation and management of initial intensive program prison.

...mmitted prior to July 1, 1996, or for a misdemeanor offense, developing or implementing procedures for calculating and awarding good time, approving the good time, if any, that may be awarded to inmates engaging in work, and granting, denying, or revoking good time; (4) Classifying an inmate or placing an inmate in a more or a less restrictive custody than the custody ordered by the public entity; (5) Approving i...

Section 9.07 | Correctional facility to house out-of-state prisoners.

...n (H)(2) of this section is guilty of a misdemeanor of the first degree. (I) Except as otherwise provided in this division, the provisions of divisions (A) to (H) of this section apply in relation to any correctional facility operated by a private contractor in this state to house out-of-state prisoners, regardless of whether the facility is operated pursuant to a contract entered into prior to, on, or after March 1...

Section 1127.01 | Actions by a regulated person constituting criminal offense.

...(A) For purposes of this section and sections 1127.02 and 1127.03 of the Revised Code, "regulated person" has the same meaning as in section 1121.01 of the Revised Code. (B) Any of the following actions by a regulated person may constitute a violation of section 1127.08 of the Revised Code or of a theft, fraud, falsification, or other similar offense set forth in Title XXIX of the Revised Code, or may constitute an ...

Section 1127.02 | Insolvent bank receiving deposit.

...No regulated person shall receive, or permit to be received, money, checks, drafts, or other property as a deposit in a bank, when the regulated person knows the bank is insolvent.

Section 1127.03 | Unlawful fees for procuring bank or trust company services.

...(A) No regulated person shall, except as provided by law, stipulate for or receive any fee, commission, gift, or thing of value from any person for procuring or endeavoring to procure for that person, or for any other person, any loan, extension or renewal of a loan, or substitution of security from any bank or trust company, or the purchase, discount, or acceptance of any paper, note, draft, check, or bill of exchan...

Section 1127.06 | Violation of superintendent of financial institutions order.

...No person subject to an order issued by the superintendent of financial institutions under section 1121.33 or 1121.34 of the Revised Code shall knowingly participate, directly or indirectly, in any manner, including by engaging in an activity specifically prohibited in the order, in the conduct of the affairs of any bank or trust company.

Section 1127.08 | False, misleading, forged, or counterfeit documents.

...No person, for the purpose of influencing in any manner the actions or decisions of the superintendent of financial institutions in the superintendent's capacity as chief executive officer of the division of financial institutions, shall knowingly make or provide to the superintendent or any employee or agent of the division, or knowingly invite reliance by any of them upon, a statement, document, or other thing the ...

Section 1127.09 | False or misleading communications.

...No person shall knowingly make, publish, or otherwise communicate any statement, report, information, or data relating to the financial or other condition of any bank or trust company that the person knows to be false or misleading.

Section 1127.11 | Concealing assets.

...No person shall knowingly do any of the following: (A) Conceal or attempt to conceal an asset or property from a conservator, receiver, or liquidating agent appointed by the superintendent of financial institutions with respect to any asset acquired or liability assumed by the conservator, receiver, or liquidating agent; (B) Impede or attempt to impede the functions of the conservator, receiver, or liquidating agen...

Section 1127.99 | Penalty.

...(A) Whoever violates section 1127.06, 1127.08, or 1127.11 of the Revised Code is guilty of a felony of the third degree. (B) Whoever violates section 1127.02 or 1127.03 of the Revised Code is guilty of a felony of the fourth degree. (C) Whoever violates section 1127.09 of the Revised Code is guilty of a felony of the fifth degree.

Section 195.01 | Duties.

...(A) As used in this chapter, "internet crimes against children task force" means the Ohio internet crimes against children task force recognized by the United States department of justice's internet crimes against children task force program in this state. (B) The Ohio internet crimes against children task force shall do all of the following: (1) Consistent with its federal duties, coordinate a state network of l...

Section 195.02 | Administration.

... use money appropriated to the internet crimes against children task force to support the operation of the task force including equipment, personnel, and training only and for no other purpose. The attorney general shall disburse money appropriated for the purposes of this section in the following manner: Sixty per cent to the Ohio internet crimes against children task force; Twenty per cent, in coordination wi...

Section 2901.01 | General provisions definitions.

...(A) As used in the Revised Code: (1) "Force" means any violence, compulsion, or constraint physically exerted by any means upon or against a person or thing. (2) "Deadly force" means any force that carries a substantial risk that it will proximately result in the death of any person. (3) "Physical harm to persons" means any injury, illness, or other physiological impairment, regardless of its gravity or dura...

Section 2901.011 | Reagan Tokes Law.

...The amendments to sections 109.42, 121.22, 149.43, 2903.06, 2903.08, 2903.11, 2903.12, 2905.01, 2905.32, 2907.02, 2907.03, 2907.05, 2907.07, 2919.22, 2919.25, 2921.321, 2921.36, 2923.132, 2925.01, 2925.02, 2925.03, 2925.04, 2925.041, 2925.11, 2929.01, 2929.14, 2929.142, 2929.15, 2929.19, 2929.191, 2929.20, 2929.61, 2930.16, 2943.032, 2953.08, 2967.01, 2967.021, 2967.03, 2967.13, 2967.191, 2967.193, 2967.26, 2967.28, ...

Section 2901.03 | Abrogation of common law offenses.

...(A) No conduct constitutes a criminal offense against the state unless it is defined as an offense in the Revised Code. (B) An offense is defined when one or more sections of the Revised Code state a positive prohibition or enjoin a specific duty, and provide a penalty for violation of such prohibition or failure to meet such duty. (C) This section does not affect any power of the general assembly under Section 8 o...

Section 2901.04 | Rules of construction for statutes and rules of procedure.

...(A) Except as otherwise provided in division (C) or (D) of this section, sections of the Revised Code defining offenses or penalties shall be strictly construed against the state, and liberally construed in favor of the accused. (B) Rules of criminal procedure and sections of the Revised Code providing for criminal procedure shall be construed so as to effect the fair, impartial, speedy, and sure administration of j...

Section 2901.05 | Burden of proof - reasonable doubt - self-defense.

...(A) Every person accused of an offense is presumed innocent until proven guilty beyond a reasonable doubt, and the burden of proof for all elements of the offense is upon the prosecution. The burden of going forward with the evidence of an affirmative defense, and the burden of proof, by a preponderance of the evidence, for an affirmative defense other than self-defense, defense of another, or defense of the accused'...

Section 2901.06 | Battered woman syndrome evidence.

...(A) The general assembly hereby declares that it recognizes both of the following, in relation to the "battered woman syndrome:" (1) That the syndrome currently is a matter of commonly accepted scientific knowledge; (2) That the subject matter and details of the syndrome are not within the general understanding or experience of a person who is a member of the general populace and are not within the field of common ...

Section 2901.07 | DNA specimen collection procedure.

...leaded guilty to, or pleads guilty to a misdemeanor offense listed in division (D) of this section, who is sentenced to a term of imprisonment for that offense, and who does not provide a DNA specimen pursuant to division (B)(1) of this section, shall submit to a DNA specimen collection procedure administered by the director of rehabilitation and correction or the chief administrative officer of the jail or oth...

Section 2901.08 | Effect of adjudication of delinquency or juvenile traffic offender.

...(A) If a person is alleged to have committed an offense and if the person previously has been adjudicated a delinquent child or juvenile traffic offender for a violation of a law or ordinance, except as provided in division (B) of this section, the adjudication as a delinquent child or as a juvenile traffic offender is a conviction for a violation of the law or ordinance for purposes of determining the offense with w...