Senate Bill 10 | The Ohio Legislature

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Short Title

Expand penalty for theft in office/restitution for audit costs 
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Long Title To amend sections 319.16, 2307.382, 2921.41, 2953.32, 2953.321, 2953.36, 2953.51, 2953.54, and 5747.12 and to enact section 117.116 of the Revised Code and to amend Section 22 of H.B. 197 of the 133rd General Assembly to expand the penalties for theft in office based on the amount stolen, to include as restitution audit costs of the entity that suffered the loss, to modify various aspects of the laws regarding criminal and delinquency record sealing and expungement, to expand the list of debts toward satisfaction of which the Tax Commissioner may apply a tax refund due to a taxpayer, to expand the basis of a court's exercise of personal jurisdiction, to specify a separate standard for the issuing of warrants upon presentation of a court order, and to declare an emergency.


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Effective Date

January 7, 2021
Emergency: Act effective January 7 2021; certain provisions effective April 7, 2021


House Conference Committee on S.B. 10 Committee
House Criminal Justice Committee
House Rules and Reference Committee
Senate Government Oversight and Reform Committee

Primary Sponsors

Steve Wilson


Randi Clites
Jeffrey Crossman
Robert R. Cupp
Tavia Galonski
Dave Greenspan
Diane V. Grendell
Stephen D. Hambley
George F. Lang
David Leland
Gayle Manning
Thomas F. Patton
Rick Perales
Phil Plummer
John M. Rogers
William Seitz
Todd Smith
Thomas West
Nickie Antonio
Bill Coley
Hearcel Craig
Matt Dolan
John Eklund
Theresa Gavarone
Bob D. Hackett
Brian Hill
Frank Hoagland
Jay Hottinger
Matt Huffman
Stephen A. Huffman
Stephanie Kunze
Peggy Lehner
Tina Maharath
Rob McColley
Sean O'Brien
Larry Obhof
Bob Peterson
Kristina Roegner
Michael A. Rulli
Vernon Sykes
Cecil Thomas
Joe Uecker
Sandra R. Williams
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