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Criminal – Forgery – Uttering – Postal Service – Light-Duty Form (access required)

A U.S. Postal Service employee who admitted he lied about falsifying a form intended for his physician to complete to support his request for light-duty work properly was convicted of forgery and uttering, the Court of Appeals says. Defendant’s convictions for forgery and uttering easily stand up against his sufficiency challenge. A rational fact finder could ...

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