MODEL PENAL CODE
Section 6.02. Sentence in Accordance with Code; Authorized Dispositions.
(1) No person convicted of an offense shall be sentenced otherwise than in accordance with this Article.
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(5) This Article does not deprive the Court of any authority
conferred by law to decree a forfeiture of property, suspend or cancel
a license, remove a person from office, or impose any other civil penalty.
Such a judgment or order may be included in the sentence.
Section 6.04. Penalties Against Corporations and Unincorporated Association; Forfeiture of Corporate Charter or Revocation of Certificate Authorizing Foreign Corporation to Do Business in the State.
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(2)(a) The [prosecuting attorney] is authorized to institute civil proceedings in the appropriate court of general jurisdiction to forfeit the charter of a corporation organized under the laws of this State or to revoke the certificate authorizing a foreign corporation to conduct business in this State. The Court may order the charter forfeited or the certificate revoked upon finding (i) that the board of directors or a high managerial agent acting in behalf of the corporation has, in conducting the corporation's affairs, purposely engaged in a persistent course of criminal conduct and (ii) that for the prevention of future criminal conduct of the same character, the public interest requires the charter of the corporation to be forfeited and the corporation to be dissolved or the certificate to be revoked.
(b) When a corporation is convicted of a crime or a high managerial agent of a corporation, as defined in Section 2.07, is convicted of a crime committed in the conduct of the affairs of the corporation, the Court, in sentencing the corporation or the agent, may direct the [prosecuting attorney] to institute proceedings authorized by paragraph (a) of this Subsection.
(c) The proceedings authorized by paragraph (a) of this
Subsection shall be conducted in accordance with the procedures authorized
by law for the involuntary dissolution of a corporation or the revocation
of the certificate authorizing a foreign corporation to conduct business
in this State. Such proceedings shall be deemed additional to any
other proceedings authorized by law for the purpose of forfeiting the charter
of a corporation or revoking the certificate of a foreign corporation.
Section 306.2. Forfeiture of Public Office.
A person holding any public office who is convicted of a crime shall forfeit such office if:
(1) he is convicted under the laws of this State of a felony or under the laws of another jurisdiction of a crime which, if committed within this State, would be a felony; or
(2) he is convicted of a crime involving malfeasance in such office, or dishonesty; or
(3) the Constitution or a statute other than the Code so provides.