2021 Georgia Code
Title 16 - Crimes and Offenses
Chapter 10 - Offenses Against Public Administration
Article 1 - Abuse of Governmental Office
- § 16-10-1. Violation of Oath by Public Officer
- § 16-10-2. Bribery
- § 16-10-3. Using Private Funds for Law Enforcement; Off-Duty Employment of Law Enforcement Officers
- § 16-10-4. Influencing of Legislative Action by State and Local Government Officers or Employees
- § 16-10-5. Influencing of Officer or Employee of State or Political Subdivision by Another Officer or Employee
- § 16-10-6. Sale of Real or Personal Property to Political Subdivision by Local Officer or Employee; Exceptions; Limitation of Civil Liability
- § 16-10-7. False Acknowledgments, Certificates, or Statements of Appearance or Oath by Officer Authorized to Do Same
- § 16-10-8. False Official Certificates or Writings by Officers or Employees of State and Political Subdivisions
- § 16-10-9. Acceptance of Office or Employment in More Than One Branch of Government
- Further provisions regarding criminal penalties for miscellaneous offenses concerning public officers and employees, T. 45, C. 11.Law reviews.
- For article, "Conflicts of Interests of Public Officers and Employees," see 13 Ga. St. B.J. 64 (1976).
- De facto status of officer as affecting his criminal responsibility or liability to punishment for contempt, 64 A.L.R. 534.
Constitutionality of corrupt practices acts, 69 A.L.R. 377.
Conduct contemplated by statute which makes neglect of duty by public officer or employee a punishable offense, 134 A.L.R. 1250.
Liability of public officer for interest or other earnings received on public money in his possession, 5 A.L.R.2d 257.
Solicitation or receipt of funds by public officer or employee for political campaign expenses or similar purposes as bribery, 55 A.L.R.2d 1137.
What constitutes offense of official oppression, 83 A.L.R.2d 1007.
What constitutes such discriminatory prosecution or enforcement of laws as to provide valid defense in state criminal proceedings, 95 A.L.R.3d 280.