Ohio Revised Code Title XXIX. Crimes Procedure

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  • Chapter 2901. General Provisions
  • Chapter 2903. Homicide and Assault
  • Chapter 2905. Kidnapping and Extortion
  • Chapter 2907. Sex Offenses
  • Chapter 2909. Arson and Related Offenses
  • Chapter 2911. Robbery, Burglary, and Trespass
  • Chapter 2913. Theft and Fraud
  • Chapter 2915. Gambling
  • Chapter 2917. Offenses Against the Public Peace
  • Chapter 2919. Offenses Against the Family
  • Chapter 2921. Offenses Against Justice and Public Administration
  • Chapter 2923. Conspiracy, Attempt, and Complicity;  Weapons Control
  • Chapter 2925. Drug Offenses
  • Chapter 2927. Miscellaneous Offenses
  • Chapter 2929. Penalties and Sentencing
  • Chapter 2930. Rights of Victims of Crimes
  • Chapter 2931. Jurisdiction;  Venue
  • Chapter 2933. Peace Warrants;  Search Warrants
  • Chapter 2935. Arrest, Citation, and Disposition Alternatives
  • Chapter 2937. Preliminary Examination;  Bail
  • Chapter 2938. Trial--Magistrate Courts
  • Chapter 2939. Grand Juries
  • Chapter 2941. Indictment
  • Chapter 2943. Arraignment;  Pleas
  • Chapter 2945. Trial
  • Chapter 2947. Judgment;  Sentence
  • Chapter 2949. Execution of Sentence
  • Chapter 2950. Sex Offenders
  • Chapter 2951. Probation
  • Chapter 2953. Appeals;  Other Postconviction Remedies
  • Chapter 2961. Disfranchised Convicts;  Habitual Criminals
  • Chapter 2963. Extradition
  • Chapter 2967. Pardon;  Parole;  Probation
  • Chapter 2969. Recovery of Offender's Profits;  Crime Victims Recovery Fund;  Civil Actions or Appeals by Inmate
  • Chapter 2971. Sexually Violent Predators
  • Chapter 2981. Forfeiture of Property

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