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496.04 – Corrupting the government in the second degree

§ 496.04 Corrupting the government in the second degree.

A person is guilty of corrupting the government in the second degree
when, being a public servant, or acting in concert with a public
servant, he or she engages in a scheme constituting a systematic ongoing
course of conduct with intent to defraud the state or one or more
political subdivisions of the state or one or more governmental
instrumentalities within the state to obtain property, actual services
or other resources, or obtain property, actual services or other
resources from the state, or any political subdivision or governmental
instrumentality of the state by false or fraudulent pretenses,
representations or promises, and thereby wrongfully obtains such
property, actual services or other resources with a value in excess of
twenty thousand dollars.

Corrupting the government in the second degree is a class C felony.

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