2009 Alabama Code
Title 36 — PUBLIC OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES.
Chapter 25 — CODE OF ETHICS FOR PUBLIC OFFICIALS, EMPLOYEES, ETC.
Section 36-25-26 False reporting for purpose of influencing legislation.
False reporting for purpose of influencing legislation.
No person, for the purpose of influencing legislation, may do either of the following:
(1) Knowingly or willfully make any false statement or misrepresentation of the facts to a member of the Legislative or Executive Branch.
(2) Knowing a document to contain a false statement, cause a copy of the document to be received by a member of the Legislative or Executive Branch without notifying the member in writing of the truth.(Acts 1973, No. 1056, p. 1699, §23; Acts 1975, No. 130, p. 603, §1; Acts 1995, No. 95-194, p. 269, §1.)
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