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SECTION 75-A
Appearance by a person convicted of a crime of corruption
Public Officers (PBO) CHAPTER 47, ARTICLE 4
§ 75-a. Appearance by a person convicted of a crime of corruption.
Upon conviction for any of the following crimes: bribery in the first
degree, bribery in the second degree, bribery in the third degree,
rewarding official misconduct in the first degree, rewarding official
misconduct in the second degree, giving unlawful gratuities, and when
any such crime is committed for the purpose of corrupting a public
office, agency or public official of the state, or any political
subdivision, public authority, or public benefit corporation of the
state, in the performance of public duty, such public office, agency or
public official of the state, or any political subdivision or public
authority may bar that person or entity convicted of such enumerated
crimes from appearing before the affected public office, agency or
public official of the state, or any such political subdivision or
public authority in any professional or representative capacity. Such
bar shall be for a period of five years from the date of judgment for
such conviction.