we have the following subsection:
(16) "Public servant" means any:
(A) Officer or employee of this state or of any political subdivision of this state;
( Person exercising a function of any officer or employee of this state or any political subdivision of this state;
© (i) Person acting as an adviser, consultant, or otherwise in performing any governmental function.
Two of those definitions specify "this state." The other says "any governmental function."
It appears as if there is a legislative intent to extend the arm of this state's jurisdiction to actions performed by federal officers - or even other states - so long as (A) they serve primarily an advisory or consultory role, and ( their actions took place on this state's soil.
Ignoring whether or not such a definition would withstand a constitutional challenge if brought up in a habeas corpus petition... what canon of statutory interpretation did I just use to reach the conclusion that it even applies in this manner in the first place? I want to say "in pari materia" but that doesn't feel 100% right.