CRIMES AGAINST GOVERNMENT AND ITS ADMINISTRATION
TREASON AND DISLOYAL ACTS
Improper use of the flag.
BRIBERY AND OFFICIAL MISCONDUCT
Bribery of public officers and employees.
Special privileges from public utilities.
Misconduct in public office.
Private interest in public contract prohibited.
Purchasing claims at less than full value.
Judicial officer collecting claims.
Corrupt means to influence legislation; disclosure of interest.
Misconduct sections apply to all public officers.
PERJURY AND FALSE SWEARING
INTERFERENCE WITH LAW ENFORCEMENT
Refusing to aid officer.
Resisting or obstructing officer.
Failure to comply with officer's attempt to take person into custody.
Failure to report to jail.
Assaults by prisoners.
Assisting or permitting escape.
Negligently allowing escape.
Encouraging violation of probation, extended supervision or parole.
Refusing or tampering with a global positioning system tracking device.
Harboring or aiding felons.
Kidnapped or missing persons; false information.
Violation of nonsecure custody order.
Failure to submit biological specimen.
OTHER CRIMES AFFECTING THE
ADMINISTRATION OF GOVERNMENT
Destruction of documents subject to subpoena.
Bribery of witnesses.
Communicating with jurors.
False complaints of police misconduct.
Simulating legal process.
Impersonating or falsely assuming to act as a public officer or employee or a utility employee.
Impersonating peace officers, fire fighters, or other emergency personnel.
Unlawful use of license for carrying concealed weapons.
Tampering with public records and notices.
Penalty for violating laws governing state or county institutions.
Aiding escape from mental institutions.
Denial of right of counsel.
Search warrant; premature disclosure.
False statement regarding military service.
False statements to financial institutions.