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House Bill 1993

House Bill 1993

ARCHIVE (2003)

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Identity theft. Specifies that a person's address, telephone number, place of employment, employer identification number, and mother's maiden name constitute identifying information for purposes of the identity theft statute. Provides that a person commits identity theft if the person acts with intent to assume another person's identity or holds himself or herself out as being another person. Requires the trial court, upon motion, to issue an order describing the victim of a crime of deception and permits this order to be used in correcting the victim's credit history. Makes technical corrections.
Current Status:
In Committee - first House
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