§356. Sheriffs, etc., solicitation of legal business prohibited; penalty
A. No sheriff, clerk of court, constable, or their deputies, or any police officer or detective, whether commissioned without pay or otherwise, shall procure or solicit any legal business for any attorney at law under the expectation or promise, whether express or implied, of being paid in any manner.
B. Whoever violates this Section shall be imprisoned with or without hard labor for not more than two years.
C. Proof of solicitation or procurement of any legal business for any attorney at law shall be considered prima facie evidence that the solicitation or procurement has been done for pecuniary reward.
Acts 2014, No. 791, §7.