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False Name on Summons Was ‘Uttering’ (access required)

A defendant who signed three summonses with a false name can be convicted of three counts of uttering a public record in violation of Va. Code § 18.2-168, says the Court of Appeals; defendant, through his actions, asserted that his false signatures on the summonses were good and valid and these actions were sufficient to ...

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