§ 138.17  UNLAWFUL FURNISHING OF PRESCRIPTION TO ENABLE PERSONS TO BE ISSUED HANDICAPPED PARKING PLACARDS OR LICENSE PLATES.
   (A)   No physician or chiropractor shall do either of the following:
      (1)   Furnish a person with a prescription in order to enable the person to be issued a removable windshield placard, temporary removable windshield placard, or license plates under R.C. § 4503.44, knowing that the person does not meet any of the criteria contained in R.C. § 4503.44(A)(1).
      (2)   Furnish a person with a prescription described in division (A)(1) of this section and knowingly misstate on the prescription the length of time the physician or chiropractor expects the person to have the disability that limits or impairs the person’s ability to walk in order to enable the person to retain a placard issued under R.C. § 4503.44 for a period of time longer than that which would be estimated by a similar practitioner under the same or similar circumstances.
(R.C. §§ 4731.481)
   (B)   Whoever violates this section is guilty of a misdemeanor of the first degree.
(R.C. §§ 4731.99(F))
Cross-reference:
   Parking privileges for persons with disabilities, see § 76.05