2016 Ohio Revised Code
Title  XXIX CRIMES - PROCEDURE
Chapter 2901 - GENERAL PROVISIONS
- Section 2901.01 - General provisions definitions.
- Section 2901.02 - Classification of crimes.
- Section 2901.03 - Abrogation of common law offenses.
- Section 2901.04 - Rules of construction for statutes and rules of procedure.
- Section 2901.05 - Burden of proof - reasonable doubt - self-defense.
- Section 2901.06 - Battered woman syndrome evidence.
- Section 2901.07 - DNA specimen collection procedure.
- Section 2901.08 - Effect of adjudication of delinquency or juvenile traffic offender.
- Section 2901.09 - No duty to retreat in residence or vehicle.
- Section 2901.10 - [Repealed].
- Section 2901.11 - Jurisdiction for criminal acts.
- Section 2901.12 - Venue of criminal cases.
- Section 2901.13 - Statute of limitations for criminal offenses.
- Section 2901.14 to 2901.19 - [Repealed].
- Section 2901.20 - New criminal offenses; degree of mental culpability required.
- Section 2901.21 - Criminal liability, culpability.
- Section 2901.22 - Degrees of culpability attached to mental states.
- Section 2901.23 - Criminal liability of organizations.
- Section 2901.24 - Personal liability for organizational conduct.
- Section 2901.241 to 2901.29 - [Repealed].
- Section 2901.30 - Missing child report.
- Section 2901.31 - Cooperation with federal government.
- Section 2901.32 - Guilty of improper solicitation of contributions for missing children.
- Section 2901.33 to 2901.40 - [Repealed].
- Section 2901.41 - Missing person reports policies.
- Section 2901.42 - Missing person report indicating foul play.
- Section 2901.43 - Notice of charges to be sent to retirement plan.
- Section 2901.431 - Notice of felony charges filed against member.
- Section 2901.44 to 2901.45 - [Repealed].
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