The following table details the variety of consequences that correspond to different types of ethical violations, with the emphasis on statutory provisions.
Administrative rules and chamber rules, which public officials and employees may also be bound by, are not included in this table. For example, a state’s statutes may not require that a legislator be removed from office for engaging in nepotism, but the offender may still be removed from office if provided for by some other policy or procedure not covered here. Provisions may also subject to judicial interpretation and common law principles not included here.
This table is intended to provide general information and does not necessarily address all aspects of this topic. Because the facts of each situation may vary, this information may need to be supplemented by consulting legal advisors. All content is up to date through 02/24/2020.
To learn more about these ethics laws for each Federal State, contact me, David Young de God at Cancel1Mortgage.info or SKYPE dayglobal or select your State in our blog.
Do you know who you are? If you are under the impression that you are Federal United States Citizens, you are brainwashed! LEGAL under the Federal Government is not Lawful under organic law!!
Think about it..