A person is guilty of aggravated forgery if, with intent to defraud or deceive another
person or government, he falsely makes, completes, endorses or alters a written instrument,
or knowingly utters or possesses such an instrument, and the instrument is:
A. Part of an issue of money, stamps, securities or other valuable instruments issued
by a government or governmental instrumentality; [1975, c. 499, §1 (NEW).]
B. Part of an issue of stocks, bonds or other instruments representing interests in
or claims against an organization or its property; [1975, c. 499, §1 (NEW).]
C. A will, codicil or other instrument providing for the disposition of property after
death; [1975, c. 499, §1 (NEW).]
D. A public record or an instrument filed or required or authorized by law to be filed
in or with a public office or public employee; or [1975, c. 499, §1 (NEW).]
1989, c. 187, §1 (AMD)
Aggravated forgery is a Class B crime.
1975, c. 499, §1 (NEW)
1975, c. 499, §1 (NEW).
1975, c. 740, §76 (AMD).
1989, c. 187, §1 (AMD).
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