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Criminal – Document Forgery – Legal Efficacy – Intent (access required)

A woman who was removed from a Billy Joel concert for medical attention by a sheriff who took her to a local hospital can be convicted of forging a document for signing her hospital discharge form with her best friend’s name, in order to avoid a probation violation, the Court of Appeals says. Defendant contends the ...

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