Illinois Statutes Chapter 720. Criminal Offenses §-1.Compounding a crime

§ 32-1.  Compounding a crime.

(a) A person commits compounding a crime when he or she knowingly receives or offers to another any consideration for a promise not to prosecute or aid in the prosecution of an offender.

(b) Sentence.  Compounding a crime is a petty offense.

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