1.    A person is guilty of impersonating a public servant if he falsely pretends to be a public servant and engages in any conduct in that capacity with the intent to deceive anyone.
[ 1975, c. 499, §1 (NEW) .]

2.    It is no defense to a prosecution under this section that the office the person pretended to hold did not in fact exist.
[ 1975, c. 499, §1 (NEW) .]

3.    Impersonating a public servant is a Class E crime.
[ 1975, c. 499, §1 (NEW) .]

SECTION HISTORY

1975, c. 499, §1 (NEW).