Falsifying Business Records

There are two degrees of Falsifying Business Records. The degree is determined by whether the false business record was made in order to commit or cover up another crime.

  • With the intent to defraud:
  • Making a false entry in a business record,
  • Altering, deleting, removing or destroying a true entry in a business record,
  • Knowingly omitting to make a true entry in a business record in violation of a duty to do so, or
  • Preventing a true entry from being made in a business record.

Committing the crime of Falsifying Business Records in the Second Degree in order to commit or cover up another crime

 
 

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