Unofficial Translation (Courtesy of DeepL) Article 224 Illicit Enrichment Anyone who has acquired illicit enrichment as a result of his or her employment, position or commission in the public service shall be punished. Illicit enrichment shall exist when the public servant cannot prove the legitimate increase of his wealth or the legitimate origin of the goods in his name or of those in respect of which he conducts himself as owner. For the purposes of the preceding paragraph, among the assets acquired by public servants or in respect of which they act as owners, there shall be counted those received by or at the disposal of their spouse and their direct economic dependants, unless the public servant proves that they obtained them by themselves. It shall not be illicit enrichment in the event that the increase in the wealth is the result of a conduct that falls under another provision of this Title. In this case the provision and the corresponding sanction shall be applied, without giving rise to the contest of crimes. The following sanctions shall be imposed on the person who commits the crime of illicit enrichment: Confiscation for the benefit of the State of those assets whose origin cannot be proven. When the amount of illicit enrichment does not exceed the equivalent of five thousand times the daily value of the Measurement and Actualisation Unit, three months to two years imprisonment and a fine of thirty to one hundred days shall be imposed. When the amount of the illicit enrichment exceeds the equivalent of five thousand times the daily value of the Measurement and Actualisation Unit, a prison term of two years to fourteen years and a fine of one hundred to one hundred and fifty days shall be imposed.