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§61-1-1 Treason defined; degree of proof.
§61-1-2 Punishment.
§61-1-3 Failure to give information of treason; penalty.
§61-1-4 Attempt to justify or uphold invasion or insurrection; penalty.
§61-1-5 Unlawful speeches, publications and communications.
§61-1-6 Display of red or black flag unlawful.
§;61-1-5 and 61-1-6.
§61-1-8 Desecration of flag; penalty.
§61-1-9 Impersonation of law-enforcement officer or official; penalty.
§61-2-1 First and second degree murder defined; allegations in indictment for homicide.
§61-2-2 Penalty for murder of first degree.
§61-2-3 Penalty for murder of second degree.
§61-2-4 Voluntary manslaughter; penalty.
§61-2-5 Involuntary manslaughter; penalty.
§61-2-5a Concealment of deceased human body; penalty.
§61-2-6 Homicide punishable within state if injury occurs within and death without, or vice versa.
§61-2-7 Attempt to kill or injure by poison; penalty.
§61-2-8 Abortion; penalty.
§61-2-9 Malicious or unlawful assault; assault; battery; penalties.
§61-2-9a Stalking; harassment; penalties; definitions.
§61-2-9b Penalties for malicious or unlawful assault or assault of a child near a school.
§61-2-9c Wanton endangerment involving the use of fire; penalty.
§61-2-10 Assault during commission of or attempt to commit a felony; penalty.
§61-2-10a Violent crimes against the elderly; sentence not subject to suspension or probation.
§61-2-10b Malicious assault; unlawful assault; battery; and malicious assault on governmental representatives and health care providers providing services to the public; penalties.
§61-2-11 Unlawful shooting at another in street, alley or public resort; penalty.
§61-2-12 Robbery or attempted robbery; penalties.
§61-2-13 Extortion or attempted extortion by threats; penalties.
§61-2-14 Abduction of person; kidnapping or concealing child; penalties.
§61-2-14a Penalty for enticing away, kidnapping or holding hostage any person.
§;61-2-14 and 61-2-14a.
§61-2-14c Penalty for threats to kidnap or demand ransom.
§61-2-14d Concealment or removal of minor child from custodian or from person entitled to visitation; penalties; defenses.
§;61-2-14d guilty as principal; venue.
§61-2-14f Penalties for abduction of a child near a school.
§61-2-15 Assault, battery on school employees; penalties.
§61-2-15a Assault, battery on athletic officials; penalties.
§61-2-16 Injury to passenger by person in charge of public conveyance or boat; penalty.
§61-2-16a Malicious assault; unlawful assault; battery and recidivism of battery; assault on a driver, conductor, motorman, captain, pilot or other person in charge of any vehicle used for public con
§61-2-17 Keeping doors of vehicles for hire locked while in motion; penalty.
§61-2-18 Murder in dueling; death without state.
§61-2-19 Second in dueling accessory before the fact.
§61-2-20 Jurisdiction of crime of dueling.
§61-2-21 Dueling without ensuing death; challenge; aiding, advising or promoting duel; penalty.
§61-2-22 Dueling out of state by a resident; penalty.
§61-2-23 Plea of former jeopardy in prosecution for dueling.
§61-2-24 Taunting for nonparticipation in duel; penalty.
§61-2-25 Warrant and recognizance in dueling cases.
§61-2-26 Doors to be removed from abandoned refrigerators, freezers and other appliances; penalties.
§61-2-27 Required reporting of gunshot and other wounds.
§61-2-27a Required reporting of burns.
§61-2-28 Domestic violence — Criminal acts.
§61-2-29 Abuse or neglect of incapacitated adult; definitions; penalties.
§61-2-29a Death of an incapacitated adult by a caregiver.
§61-2-29b Unlawful expenditure or dissipation of funds of an incapacitated adult by a caregiver.
§61-2-30 Recognizing an embryo or fetus as a distinct unborn victim of certain crimes of violence against the person.
§61-3-1 Burning, etc., of a dwelling or outbuilding; first degree arson; penalty; definitions.
§61-3-2 Burning, etc., of other buildings or structures; second degree arson; penalty.
§61-3-3 Burning personal property of another of the value of five hundred dollars or more; third degree arson; penalty.
§61-3-4 Attempt to commit arson; fourth degree arson; penalty.
§61-3-5 Burning, or attempting to burn, insured property; penalty.
§61-3-6 Willfully, unlawfully and maliciously setting fire on lands; penalty.
§61-3-7 Causing injuries during an arson-related crime; penalties.
§61-3-8 Recovery of costs incurred in fighting fires caused by arson.
§61-3-9 Repealed
§61-3-10 Repealed
§61-3-11 Burglary; entry of dwelling or outhouse; penalties.
§61-3-12 Entry of building other than dwelling; entry of railroad, traction or motorcar, steamboat or other vessel; penalties; counts in indictment.
§61-3-13 Grand and petit larceny distinguished; penalties.
§61-3-14 Larceny of bank notes, checks, writings of value and book accounts; penalty.
§61-3-15 How value of notes, book accounts and other writings determined.
§61-3-16 Larceny of things savoring of realty.
§61-3-17 Repealed
§61-3-18 Receiving or transferring stolen goods.
§61-3-19 Bringing into this state, receiving or disposing of property stolen in another state; penalty.
§61-3-20 Embezzlement.
§61-3-20a Embezzlement by misuse of power of attorney or other fiduciary relationship; penalty.
§61-3-21 Embezzlement by carrier or other person.
§61-3-22 Falsifying accounts; penalty.
§61-3-23 Destroying or concealing will; embezzlement by fiduciary; penalty.
§61-3-24 Obtaining money, property and services by false pretenses; disposing of property to defraud creditors; penalties.
§61-3-24a Attempted or fraudulent use, forgery, traffic of credit cards; possession and transfer of credit cards and credit card making equipment; false or fraudulent use of telephonic services; penal
§61-3-24b Making, selling, possessing, transferring or advertising for sale a device or plans for a device designed to obtain or use telephone or telegraph service or facilities by false or fraudulent
§61-3-24c Intercepting or monitoring customer telephone calls; penalty.
§61-3-24d Fraudulent schemes; cumulation of amounts where common scheme exists; penalties.
§61-3-24e Omission to subscribe for workers' compensation insurance; failure to file a premium tax report or pay premium taxes; false testimony or statements; failure to file reports; penalties; a
§61-3-24f Wrongfully seeking workers' compensation; false testimony or statements; penalties; venue.
§61-3-24g Workers' compensation health care offenses; fraud; theft or embezzlement; false statements; penalties; notice; prohibition against providing future services; penalties; asset forfeiture;
§61-3-24h Providing false documentation to workers' compensation, to the insurance commissioner or a private carrier of workers' compensation insurance; altering documents or certificates from
§61-3-25 Casting away, destroying or interfering with floating craft or material; penalty.
§61-3-26 Interference with or destruction of buoys, signal lights or other aids to navigation; penalty.
§61-3-27 Malicious killing of animals by poison or otherwise; penalty.
§61-3-28 Offenses against railroad property and persons on railroad property; definitions.
§61-3-29 Damage or destruction of railroad or public utility company property, or real or personal property used for producing, generating, transmitting, distributing, treating or collecting electrici
§61-3-30 Removal, injury to or destruction of property, monuments designating land boundaries and of certain no trespassing signs; penalties.
§61-3-31 Damage to or destruction of property by bailee for hire or loan; penalty; damages recoverable in civil action.
§61-3-32 Removal out of county of property securing claim; penalties; fraudulent disposition of personal property in possession by virtue of lease; notice to return; failure to return; penalty; right
§61-3-33 Entry upon inclosed lands; penalty; liability for damages.
§61-3-34 Taking or injuring garden or field crops; penalties.
§61-3-35 Digging cultivated ginseng; penalty.
§61-3-36 Anchoring or beaching shanty boats on lands of another; penalties.
§61-3-37 False statement as to financial condition of person, firm or corporation; penalty.
§61-3-38 Publication of false advertisements; penalty.
§61-3-39 Obtaining property in return for worthless check; penalty.
§61-3-39a Making, issuing, etc., worthless checks on a preexisting debt; penalty.
§61-3-39b Payment as defense.
§61-3-39c Reason for dishonor; duty of drawee.
§61-3-39d Prima facie evidence of knowledge; identity; penalty for providing false information.
§61-3-39e Notice of dishonor by payee; service charge.
§61-3-39f Manner of filing complaint for warrant; form.
§61-3-39g Complaint; notice of complaint; issuance of warrant; payment procedures; costs.
§61-3-39h Payment of costs in worthless check cases; disposition of certain costs.
§61-3-39i Preparation of list of worthless check warrants.
§61-3-39j Use of worthless check list upon receipt of complaint for warrant.
§61-3-39k Duties of prosecuting attorney upon receipt of notice of multiple worthless check warrants; magistrate court clerk to advise complainant.
§61-3-39l Checks on consumer deposit accounts to show date account was opened; consumer deposit account defined.
§61-3-39m Creation and operation of a program for worthless check offenders; acceptance of person in program.
§61-3-39n Notice to persons accepted to the worthless check restitution program.
§61-3-39o Agreement to suspend prosecution of a person accepted into the restitution program.
§61-3-39p Fees for participation in the worthless check restitution program.
§61-3-39q Statements by individuals referred to or participating in the worthless check restitution program.
§61-3-40 Fraudulently obtaining food or lodging; penalty.
§61-3-41 Employees conservators of the peace; special railroad policemen; penalties.
§61-3-42 Intoxication of person in charge of locomotive engine or car; penalties.
§61-3-43 Jumping on or off car or train in motion; driving vehicle upon track or bridge except at crossings; penalty.
§61-3-44 Procuring gas, water or electricity, by device, with intent to defraud; penalty.
§61-3-45 Tampering with pipes, tubes, wires or electrical conductors; penalty.
§61-3-45a Unlawful opening of pipes, pipelines, tanks, etc.; penalties.
§61-3-46 Use of slugs, false coins, etc., in coin-box telephone; penalty.
§61-3-47 Dams or obstructions in watercourses; penalty.
§61-3-48 Offenses involving damage to shrubbery, flowers, trees and timber; limitation of section; penalties.
§61-3-48a Cutting, damaging or carrying away without written permission, timber, trees, growing plants or the products thereof; treble damages provided.
§61-3-49 Purchase of scrap metal by scrap metal purchasing businesses, salvage yards, or recycling facilities; certificates, records and reports of such purchases; criminal penalties.
§61-3-49a Unlawful sale of used, secondhand, rebuilt, repossessed, etc., watches and clocks; penalty; revocation of license to sell.
§61-3-50 Unauthorized transferral of recorded sounds; sale and possession; penalties; civil action; definition.
§61-3-51 Precious metals and gem dealers; records; prohibited acts.
§61-3-52 Wrongful injuries to timber; criminal penalties.
§61-3-53 Unauthorized use of dumpsters.
§61-3-54 Taking identity of another person; penalty.
§61-3-55 Failure to pay for gasoline.
§61-3-56 Scanning device or reencoder fraud; felony; definitions; and penalties.
§61-3-57 Possession of bogus receipts or universal product codes with intent to defraud; penalties.
§61-3-58 Unlawful operation of a recording device.
§61-3A-1 Shoplifting defined.
§61-3A-2 Evidence.
§61-3A-3 Penalties.
§61-3A-4 Shoplifting constitutes breach of peace; detention.
§61-3A-4a Criminal offenses involving theft detection shielding devices; detention.
§61-3A-5 Civil liability.
§61-3A-6 Definitions.
§61-3B-1 Definitions.
§61-3B-2 Trespass in structure or conveyance.
§61-3B-3 Trespass on property other than structure or conveyance.
§61-3B-4 Trespass on student residence premises or student facility premises of an institution of higher education.
§61-3B-5 Trespass on state government property; aiding and abetting; penalties.
§61-3C-1 Short title.
§61-3C-3 Definitions.
§61-3C-4 Computer fraud; access to Legislature computer; criminal penalties.
§61-3C-5 Unauthorized access to computer services.
§61-3C-6 Unauthorized possession of computer data or programs.
§61-3C-7 Alteration, destruction, etc., of computer equipment.
§61-3C-8 Disruption of computer services.
§61-3C-9 Unauthorized possession of computer information, etc.
§61-3C-10 Disclosure of computer security information.
§61-3C-11 Obtaining confidential public information.
§61-3C-12 Computer invasion of privacy.
§61-3C-13 Fraud and related activity in connection with access devices.
§61-3C-14 Endangering public safety.
§61-3C-14a Obscene, anonymous, harassing and threatening communications by computer; penalty.
§61-3C-14b Soliciting, etc. a minor via computer; penalty.
§61-3C-15 Computer as instrument of forgery.
§61-3C-17 Defenses to criminal prosecution.
§61-3C-18 Venue.
§61-3C-19 Prosecution under other criminal statutes not prohibited.
§61-3C-20 Personal jurisdiction.
§61-3C-21 Severability.
§61-3D-1 Definitions.
§61-3D-2 Acquisition of cable television services.
§61-3D-3 Sale or transfer of the device or plan intended for acquisition or diversion.
§61-3D-4 Evidence.
§61-3E-1 Definitions.
§61-3E-2 Penalties cumulative.
§61-3E-3 Illegal possession of destructive devices, explosive materials or incendiary devices; penalty.
§61-3E-4 Criminal use of destructive device, explosive material or incendiary device; penalty.
§61-3E-5 Causing death or injury; penalties.
§61-3E-6 Causing death or injury to an explosives detection animal; penalty.
§61-3E-7 Manufacture, purchase, sale, advertising for sale, transporting or possession or use of a hoax bomb; possession or use in commission of a felony; penalty.
§61-3E-8 Theft of explosive material from storage magazines or buildings; penalty.
§61-3E-9 Receipt, possession, storage, sale or transportation of stolen explosive material; penalty.
§61-3E-10 Wanton endangerment involving destructive devices, explosive materials or incendiary devices; penalty.
§61-3E-11 Exemptions.
§61-3E-12 Contraband, seizure, forfeiture.
§61-3E-13 Legislative findings.
§61-4-1 Forgery of public record, certificate, return or attestation of court or officer; penalty.
§61-4-2 Forgery of official seals; keeping or concealing instrument for forging same; penalty.
§61-4-3 Counterfeiting; penalty.
§61-4-4 Making plates, etc., for forgery; possession of same; penalty.
§61-4-5 Forging or uttering other writing; penalty; creation of unauthorized demand draft.
§61-4-6 Possession of counterfeit with intent to utter; penalty.
§61-4-7 Unauthorized currency; penalty.
§61-4-8 Passing or receiving unauthorized currency knowingly; penalty.
§61-5-1 Perjury and subornation of perjury defined.
§61-5-2 False swearing defined.
§61-5-3 Penalties for perjury, subordination of perjury, and false swearing.
§61-5-4 Bribery or attempted bribery; penalty.
§61-5-5 Demanding or receiving bribes; penalty.
§61-5-6 Receiving bribe by officer in delay of service of process; penalty.
§61-5-7 Bribery of commissioner of court, auditor, justice of the peace, arbitrator, umpire, juror, or other county official, either elected or appointed; penalty.
§61-5-8 Aiding escape and other offenses relating to adults and juveniles in custody or confinement; penalties.
§61-5-9 Permitting escape; refusal of custody of prisoner; penalties.
§61-5-10 Persons in custody of institutions or officers.
§61-5-11 Escapes and aiding in escapes; terms of confinement in addition to previous sentence.
§61-5-12 Escapes from, and other offenses relating to, state benevolent and correctional institution, or private prison or mental health facilities; penalties.
§61-5-12a Escape from custody of the commissioner of corrections.
§61-5-12b Escape from custody of the Director of Juvenile Services.
§61-5-13 Refusal of officer to make, or delay in making, arrest; penalty.
§61-5-14 Refusal of person to aid officer; penalty.
§61-5-15 Refusal of person to execute order of arrest by justice; penalty.
§61-5-16 Refusal of officer to execute act or process of Legislature or order of governor; penalty.
§61-5-17 Obstructing officer; fleeing from officer; making false statement to officer; penalties; definitions.
§61-5-18 Officer not liable for act done under statute or executive order afterward declared unconstitutional.
§61-5-19 Compounding offenses and misprison; penalties.
§61-5-20 Exacting excessive fees; penalty.
§61-5-21 Issuing fraudulent fee bills; penalty.
§61-5-22 Alteration, concealment or destruction of public record by officer; penalty.
§61-5-23 Larceny, concealment or destruction of public record by person not officer; penalty.
§61-5-24 Corrupt summoning of jurors to find biased verdict; penalty.
§61-5-25 Procuring the summoning of biased juror by party other than officer; penalty.
§61-5-25a Discrimination against employee summoned for jury duty; penalty.
§61-5-26 Contempt of court; what constitutes contempt; jury trial; presence of defendant.
§61-5-27 Intimidation of and retaliation against public officers and employees, jurors and witnesses; fraudulent official proceedings and legal processes against public officials and employees; pen
§61-5-27a Fraudulent official proceedings; causing a public employee or official to file a fraudulent legal process; impersonation of a public official, employee or tribunal; penalties.
§61-5-28 Failure to perform official duties; penalty.
§61-5-29 Failure to meet an obligation to pay support to a minor; penalties.
§61-5A-1 Short title.
§61-5A-2 Definitions.
§61-5A-3 Bribery in official and political matters.
§61-5A-4 Unlawful rewarding for past behavior.
§61-5A-5 Threats in official and political matters.
§61-5A-6 Gifts or gratuities to public servants prohibited; exceptions.
§61-5A-7 Trading in public office.
§61-5A-8 Certain matters not to constitute defense.
§61-5A-9 Penalties; disqualification to hold office; statute of limitations for misdemeanor offenses.
§61-5A-10 Construction; certain other code provisions not affected; article not to affect offenses committed under other statutory provisions.
§61-5A-11 Severability.
§61-6-1 Suppression of riots and unlawful assemblages.
§61-6-1a Control of riots and unlawful assemblages.
§61-6-1b Disorderly conduct; penalty.
§61-6-2 Commitment and recognizance of rioters.
§61-6-3 Failure of member of department of public safety, mayor or sheriff to exercise powers at riots and unlawful assemblages; penalty.
§61-6-4 Summoning of persons to aid in suppressing riots and unlawful assemblages.
§61-6-5 Death of person in suppression of riots and unlawful assemblages.
§61-6-6 Destruction of building by rioters; penalty therefor and for rioting without such injury.
§61-6-7 Conspiracy to inflict injury to persons or property; infliction of injury or death in pursuance thereof; penalties.
§;61-6-7; penalty.
§61-6-9 Intimidation of witness for state in conspiracy prosecutions; penalties.
§61-6-10 Reward for arrest in conspiracy cases; employment of special policemen and detectives.
§61-6-11 Repealed
§61-6-12 Mobs and lynchings; penalties; liability of county or city.
§61-6-13 Disturbance of religious worship; penalty.
§61-6-14 Disturbance of schools, societies, and other assemblies; penalty.
§61-6-14a Loitering on school property; penalty; exceptions.
§61-6-15 Repealed
§61-6-16 Wearing hats in theaters and places of amusement; penalty.
§61-6-17 False reports concerning bombs or other explosive devices; penalties.
§61-6-18 Camping upon governmental grounds or lawns; penalties; public nuisance.
§61-6-19 Willful disruption of governmental processes; offenses occurring at state capitol complex; penalties.
§61-6-20 Falsely reporting an emergency incident.
§61-6-21 Prohibiting violations of an individual's civil rights; penalties.
§61-6-22 Wearing masks, hoods or face coverings.
§61-6-23 Shooting range; limitations on nuisance actions.
§61-6-24 Threats of terrorist acts, conveying false information concerning terrorist acts and committing terrorist hoaxes prohibited; penalties.
§61-6-25 Falsely reporting child abuse.
§61-7-1 Legislative findings.
§61-7-2 Definitions.
§61-7-3 Carrying deadly weapon without license or other authorization; penalties.
§61-7-4 License to carry deadly weapons; how obtained.
§61-7-5 Revocation of license.
§61-7-6 Exceptions as to prohibitions against carrying concealed deadly weapons.
§61-7-6a Reciprocity; out-of-state concealed handgun permits.
§61-7-7 Persons prohibited from possessing firearms; classifications; reinstatement of rights to possess; offenses; penalties.
§61-7-8 Possession of deadly weapons by minors; prohibitions.
§61-7-9 Possession of machine guns, penalties.
§61-7-10 Display of deadly weapons for sale or hire; sale to prohibited persons; penalties.
§61-7-11 Brandishing deadly weapons; threatening or causing breach of the peace; criminal penalties.
§61-7-11a Possessing deadly weapons on premises of educational facilities; reports by school principals; suspension of driver license; possessing deadly weapons on premises housing courts of law an
§61-7-12 Wanton endangerment involving a firearm.
§61-7-13 Repealed
§61-7-14 Right of certain persons to limit possession of firearms on premises.
§61-7-15 Persons prohibited from committing violent crime while wearing body armor; penalties.
§61-7A-1 Legislative intent.
§61-7A-2 Definitions.
§61-7A-3 Persons whose names are to be supplied to the central state mental health registry.
§61-7A-4 Confidentiality; limits on use of registry information.
§61-7A-5 Petition to regain right to possess firearms.
§61-8-1 Bigamy — Penalty.
§61-8-2 Same — Effect of absence, divorce or void marriage.
§61-8-3 Adultery and fornication; penalty.
§61-8-4 Lewd and lascivious cohabitation and conduct; penalty; when persons presumed to be unmarried.
§61-8-5 Houses of ill fame and assignation; penalties; jurisdiction of courts.
§61-8-6 Detention of person in place of prostitution; penalty.
§61-8-7 Procuring for house of prostitution; penalty; venue; competency as witness; marriage no defense.
§61-8-8 Receiving support from prostitution; pimping; penalty; prostitute may testify.
§61-8-9 Indecent exposure.
§61-8-9a Child abuse; education; curriculum.
§61-8-10 Administering anesthetics to female save in presence of third person; penalty.
§61-8-11 Breathing, inhaling, or drinking certain intoxicating compounds; penalty.
§61-8-12 Incest; penalty.
§61-8-13 Incest; limits on interviews of children eleven years old or less; evidence.
§61-8-14 Disinterment or displacement of dead body or part thereof; damage to cemetery or graveyard; penalties; damages in civil action.
§61-8-15 Profane swearing and drunkenness; penalty.
§61-8-16 Obscene, anonymous, harassing, repeated and threatening telephone calls; penalty.
§61-8-17 Repealed
§61-8-18 Repealed
§61-8-19 Cruelty to animals; penalties; exclusions.
§61-8-19a Animal fighting ventures prohibited.
§61-8-19b Attendance at animal fighting ventures prohibited; penalty.
§61-8-20 Keeping or using live birds to be shot at; penalty.
§61-8-21 Search warrants relating to cruelty to animals.
§61-8-22 Search warrants relating to birds and animals kept for fighting.
§61-8-23 Search without warrant where there is an exhibition of the fighting of birds or animals.
§61-8-24 Repealed
§61-8-25 Requiring children to beg, sing or play musical instruments in streets; penalty.
§61-8-26 Permitting children to sing, dance or act in dance house, etc.; penalty.
§61-8-27 Unlawful admission of children to dance house, etc.; penalty.
§61-8-27a Use of false identification, etc., by person under age; penalty.
§61-8-28 Criminal invasion of privacy; penalties.
§61-8-29 Repealed
§61-8A-1 Definitions.
§61-8A-2 Distribution and display to minor of obscene matter; penalties; defenses.
§61-8A-3 Exemptions from criminal liability.
§61-8A-4 Use of obscene matter with intent to seduce minor.
§61-8A-5 Employment or use of minor to produce obscene matter or assist in doing sexually explicit conduct; penalties.
§61-8A-6 Repealed
§61-8A-7 Repealed
§61-8B-1 Definition of terms.
§61-8B-2 Lack of consent.
§61-8B-3 Sexual assault in the first degree.
§61-8B-4 Sexual assault in the second degree.
§61-8B-5 Sexual assault in the third degree.
§61-8B-6 Repealed
§61-8B-7 Sexual abuse in the first degree.
§61-8B-8 Sexual abuse in the second degree.
§61-8B-9 Sexual abuse in the third degree.
§61-8B-9a Mandatory sentence for person committing certain sex offenses against children.
§61-8B-9b Enhanced penalties for subsequent offenses committed by those previously convicted of sexually violent offenses against children.
§61-8B-10 Imposition of sexual intercourse or sexual intrusion on incarcerated persons; penalties.
§61-8B-11 Sexual offenses; evidence.
§61-8B-11a Convictions for offenses against children.
§61-8B-12 Same — Defense.
§61-8B-13 Payment of treatment cost for victim.
§61-8B-14 Limits on interviews of children eleven years old or less.
§61-8B-15 Forensic Medical Examination Fund; training of sexual assault nurse examiners.
§61-8B-16 Payment for costs of forensic medical examination.
§61-8B-17 Study of reimbursement; recordkeeping; disclosure; confidentiality.
§61-8B-18 Rule-making authority.
§61-8C-1 Definitions.
§61-8C-2 Use of minors in filming sexually explicit conduct prohibited; penalty.
§61-8C-3 Distribution and exhibiting of material depicting minors engaged in sexually explicit conduct prohibited; penalty.
§61-8C-4 Payments of treatment costs for minor.
§61-8C-5 Limits on interviews of children eleven years old or less; evidence.
§61-8D-1 Definitions.
§61-8D-2 Murder of a child by a parent, guardian or custodian or other person by refusal or failure to supply necessities, or by delivery, administration or ingestion of a controlled substance; penalt
§61-8D-2a Death of a child by a parent, guardian or custodian or other person by child abuse; criminal penalties.
§61-8D-3 Child abuse resulting in injury; child abuse or neglect creating risk of injury; criminal penalties.
§61-8D-3a Female genital mutilation; penalties; definitions.
§61-8D-4 Child neglect resulting in injury; child neglect creating risk of injury; criminal penalties.
§61-8D-4a Child neglect resulting in death; criminal penalties.
§61-8D-5 Sexual abuse by a parent, guardian, custodian or person in a position of trust to a child; parent, guardian, custodian or person in a position of trust allowing sexual abuse to be inflicted u
§61-8D-6 Sending, distributing, exhibiting, possessing, displaying or transporting material by a parent, guardian or custodian, depicting a child engaged in sexually explicit conduct; penalty.
§61-8D-7 Presentation of false information regarding child's injuries; penalty.
§61-8D-8 Testimony of husband and wife.
§61-8D-9 Convictions for offenses against children.
§61-8E-1 Legislative purpose.
§61-8E-2 Definitions.
§61-8E-3 Labeling of video movies designated for sale or rental; penalties.
§16761-8F-1to61-8F-10 Repealed
§61-9-1 Definition of terms.
§61-9-2 Maintenance of nuisance; injunction.
§61-9-3 Suit to enjoin; by whom instituted.
§61-9-4 Venue; procedure; temporary injunction; order closing place; vacation of orders; bond.
§61-9-5 Prima facie evidence of nuisance; prosecution of complaint; dismissal; costs; permanent injunction.
§61-9-6 Order of abatement; sale of personal property; renewal of bond or continuance of closing order; release of property; breaking in or entering closed property; sheriff's fees.
§61-9-7 Nuisance disclosed in criminal proceedings; proceeds from sale of personal property.
§61-9-8 Violation of injunction or closing order; trial; penalty.
§61-9-9 Permanent injunction; tax imposed on property.
§61-9-10 Notice to collect tax.
§61-9-11 Effect of holding any part of article unconstitutional.
§61-10-1 Keeping or exhibiting gaming table, machine, or device; penalty; seizure of table, machine or device; forfeiture of money used in such gaming.
§61-10-2 Permitting gaming table or device on premises; penalty.
§61-10-3 Unlawful to act as doorkeeper, guard or watch for keeper of gaming table or device; penalty.
§61-10-4 Playing or betting at gaming tables and devices; playing or betting on games at hotels and public places; penalty.
§61-10-5 Betting on games of chance; furnishing money or thing of value therefor; penalty.
§61-10-6 Permitting gaming at hotels; penalty.
§61-10-7 Presumption against hotelkeeper.
§61-10-8 Gaming at outhouse of hotel; penalty.
§61-10-9 Cheating at gaming; penalty.
§61-10-10 Poolroom defined; selling tickets and chances in lottery; penalty.
§61-10-11 Lotteries or raffles; penalty.
§61-10-11a "Policy" or "numbers"; penalty.
§61-10-11b Possession of "policy" or "numbers" slips unlawful.
§61-10-12 Proceeds of lottery forfeited to the State.
§61-10-13 Associations and companies trading as bank without authority of law; penalty.
§61-10-14 Laws on gaming, lotteries and unchartered banks remedial.
§61-10-15 Pecuniary interest of county and district officers, teachers and school officials in contracts; exceptions; offering or giving compensation; penalties.
§61-10-16 Picture or theatrical act reflecting upon any race or class of citizens; penalty.
§61-10-17 Lobbying on floor of Legislature; ejection of lobbyist; penalty; jurisdiction.
§61-10-18 Conducting bucket shop; penalty.
§61-10-19 Cornering market in foods or other necessities of life; penalty.
§61-10-20 Failure of employers to provide certain benefits for employees.
§61-10-21 Unlawful use of prefix "Doctor" or "Dr." penalty.
§61-10-22 Bribery of participants in professional or amateur games and horse racing; penalty.
§61-10-23 Debt pooling; definition; offenses; penalty; jurisdiction; pleading and proof.
§61-10-24 Repealed
§61-10-25 Engaging in work, labor or business, etc., on Sunday – – Prohibited.
§;61-10- 25; contract made on Sunday valid.
§61-10-27 Same — Penalties; separate offenses; jurisdiction; persons observing Saturday as Sabbath.
§61-10-28 Same — Local option election; petition; election procedure; form of ballot; effect of such election.
§61-10-29 Separability of provisions of article.
§61-10-30 Open water wells prohibited.
§61-10-31 Conspiracy; construction of section; penalties.
§61-10-32 Unlawful contact with a Division of Corrections employee or member of the parole board; penalty.
§61-11-1 Classification of offenses.
§61-11-1a Sentence of female felons.
§61-11-2 Capital punishment abolished.
§61-11-3 Punishment for common-law offenses.
§61-11-4 Corruption of blood and forfeiture of estate abolished.
§61-11-5 No merger of civil remedy by commission of felony.
§61-11-6 Punishment of principals in the second degree and accessories before and after the fact.
§61-11-7 Prosecution of accessories.
§61-11-8 Attempts; classification and penalties therefor.
§61-11-8a Solicitation to commit certain felonies; classification; defenses.
§61-11-9 Limitation of prosecution; lost indictment.
§61-11-10 Venue of offenses.
§61-11-11 Offense committed on county boundary.
§61-11-12 Venue of offense committed in more than one county.
§61-11-13 Former acquittal on merits.
§61-11-14 Acquittal for variance or insufficient indictment.
§61-11-15 Modes of conviction of felony.
§61-11-16 Term of imprisonment for felony; indeterminate sentence.
§61-11-17 Court to fix imprisonment and fine for misdemeanor.
§61-11-18 Punishment for second or third offense of felony.
§61-11-19 Procedure in trial of persons for second or third offense.
§61-11-20 Repealed
§61-11-21 Cumulative sentences.
§61-11-22 Pretrial diversion agreements; conditions; drug court programs.
§61-11-23 Repealed
§61-11-24 Offender may have credit for term of confinement before conviction.
§61-11-25 Expungement of criminal records for those found not guilty of crimes or against whom charges have been dismissed.
§61-11A-1 Legislative findings and purpose.
§61-11A-2 Testimony of crime victim at sentencing hearing.
§61-11A-2a Notification of crime victims compensation fund.
§61-11A-3 Victim impact statement; when required; contents; use; right of defendant to review and present evidence.
§61-11A-4 Restitution; when ordered.
§61-11A-5 Restitution; procedure for issuing order.
§61-11A-6 State guidelines for fair treatment of crime victims and witnesses in the criminal justice system.
§61-11A-7 Severability.
§61-11A-8 Notification to victim of offenders's release, placement, or escape from custody.
§61-12-1 Repealed
§61-12-2 Repealed
§61-12-3 Office of chief medical examiner established; appointment, duties, etc., of chief medical examiner; assistants and employees; promulgation of rules.
§61-12-4 Central office and laboratory.
§61-12-5 Certain salaries and expenses paid by state.
§61-12-6 Chief medical examiner may obtain additional services and facilities.
§61-12-7 Medical examiners.
§61-12-8 Certain deaths to be reported to medical examiners; failure to report deaths; investigations and reports; authority of medical examiners to administer oaths, etc., fees.
§61-12-9 Permits required for cremation; fee.
§61-12-10 When autopsies made and by whom performed; reports; records of date investigated; copies of records and information.
§61-12-10a Costs of transportation of bodies; when state will pay; amount of payment.
§61-12-11 Exhumation; when ordered.
§61-12-12 Facilities and services available to medical examiners.
§61-12-13 Reports and records received as evidence; copies.
§61-12-14 County coroners; appointment, oath, etc.; duties; fees.
§61-12-15 Invalidity of any provision or application.