Federal and State Laws
Ohio Revised Code Chapter 2961 - Disfranchised Convicts; Habitual Criminals
Section 2961.01 - Forfeiture Of Rights And Privileges By Convicted Felons.
(A) (1) A person who pleads guilty to a felony under the laws of this or any other state or the United States and...
Section 2961.02 - Person Convicted Of Certain Offenses May Not Serve As Public Official Or Employee.
(A) As used in this section: (1) "Disqualifying offense" means an offense that has both of the following characteristics: (a) It is one of...
Section 2961.03 - Revocation And Cancellation Of License Upon Conviction Of Certain Crimes.
Whenever a person engaged in business as a secondhand dealer, junk dealer, transient dealer, peddler, itinerant vendor, or pawnbroker, under a license issued under...
Section 2961.11 To 2961.13 - [Repealed].
Effective Date: 01-01-1974
Section 2961.21 - Definitions Regarding Application For Certificate Of Achievement And Employability.
As used in sections 2961.21 to 2961.24 of the Revised Code: (A) (1) "Discretionary civil impact" means any section of the Revised Code or...
Section 2961.22 - Application For Certificate Of Achievement And Employability.
(A) (1) Any prisoner serving a prison term in a state correctional institution who satisfies all of the following is eligible to apply to...
Section 2961.23 - Individualized Consideration; Civil Liability.
(A) (1) If a person who has been issued a certificate of achievement and employability under section 2961.22 of the Revised Code applies to...
Section 2961.24 - Rules And Regulations.
The department of rehabilitation and correction shall adopt rules that specify standards and criteria for the revocation of a certificate of achievement and employability...
Last modified: October 10, 2016