CHAPTER 606:  GENERAL PROVISIONS; ADMINISTRATION AND ENFORCEMENT
Section
   606.01   Definitions
   606.02   Culpable mental states
   606.03   Classification of offenses
   606.04   Offenses defined
   606.05   Rules of construction
   606.055   Criminal law jurisdiction
   606.06   Limitation on criminal prosecutions
   606.07   Requirements for criminal liability; voluntary intoxication
   606.08   Organizational criminal liability
   606.09   Personal accountability for organizational conduct
   606.10   Falsification
   606.105   False report of child abuse or neglect
   606.11   Compounding a crime
   606.12   Failure to report a crime or death
   606.13   Failure to aid a law enforcement officer
   606.14   Obstructing official business
   606.15   Obstructing justice
   606.16   Resisting arrest
   606.165   Compliance with lawful order of police officer; fleeing
   606.17   Having an unlawful interest in a public contract
   606.18   Soliciting or receiving improper compensation
   606.19   Dereliction of duty
   606.20   Interfering with civil rights
   606.21   Attempts
   606.22   Complicity
   606.23   Detention of shoplifters and those committing motion picture piracy; protection of institutional property
   606.24   Disposition of unclaimed or forfeited property held by Police Department
   606.25   Impersonating an officer
   606.26   Display of law enforcement agency emblem
   606.27   Using sham legal process
   606.28   Failure to disclose personal information
   606.29   Misuse of 9-1-1 system
   606.30   Self defense: limitations on duty to retreat prior to using force
   CROSS REFERENCES
   See section histories for similar state law
   Arrest without warrant for misdemeanor, see R.C. § 2935.03
   Burden and degree of proof, see R.C. § 2901.05
   Cordoning off riot areas; prohibiting sales of firearms and explosives, see R.C. § 3761.16
   Criteria for probation; conditions of probation, see R.C. § 2951.02
   Declaratory judgment in sex related offenses, see § 666.16
   Definition of “imprisoned,” see R.C. § 1.05
   Degree of offense; charge and verdict; prior conviction, see R.C. § 2945.75
   Discharge for delay in trial, see R.C. § 2945.73
   Disposition of unclaimed, abandoned and junk motor vehicles, see R.C. §§ 737.32, 4513.61 et seq.
   Extension of time for hearing or trial, see R.C. § 2945.72
   Injunction and abatement of nuisance in sex related offenses, see § 666.17
   Justifiable use of force to suppress riot, see § 648.03
   License or permit to possess dangerous ordnance, see § 672.05
   Making false alarms, see § 648.08
   Misconduct at an emergency, see § 648.06
   Payment of costs and expenses on change of venue, see R.C. § 2931.31
   Penalties and sentencing, see Ch. 698
   Procedure on affidavit or complaint; withdrawal of unexecuted warrants, see R.C. § 2935.10
   Procedure on change of venue, see R.C. § 2931.29
   Rabies quarantine, see § 618.11
   Registration of dogs, see § 618.08
   Registration of sex offenders in cities and counties, see R.C. §§ 2950.01 et seq.
   Reports of vehicle accidents, see §§ 436.11, 436.12, 476.06
   Right of trial by jury, see R.C. § 2945.17
   Rules of evidence in sex related offenses, see § 666.10
   Satisfaction of fine; credit for time served, see R.C. § 2947.14
   Time within which hearing or trial must be held, see R.C. § 2945.71
   Transfer of prisoner on change of venue, see R.C. § 2931.30
   Treatment of drug dependent persons in lieu of conviction, see R.C. § 2951.041
   Venue, see R.C. §§ 2901.12, 2931.29 et seq.