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Who can be prosecuted for public corruption?

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A public official who receives a bribe, for instance, anyone who pays the bribe to a public official for official acts, or quid pro quo type acts, anyone that aides or abets any of those individuals, or anyone that obstructs justice in obstructing the investigation of those types of charges.

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