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Ind. Code § 35-38-1-2.5

INDIANA
STATUTES
TITLE 35. CRIMINAL LAW AND PROCEDURE
ARTICLE 38. PROCEEDINGS FOLLOWING DISMISSAL, VERDICT, OR FINDING
CHAPTER 1. ENTRY OF JUDGMENT AND SENTENCING
§ 35-38-1-2.5. "Crime of deception" defined - Sentencing.

(a) As used in this section, "crime of deception" means any offense in which a person assumes the identity of another person, professes to be another person, uses the identifying information of another person, or falsely suggests that the person is acting with the authority of another person. The term includes an offense under IC 35-43-5.

(b) This section applies to an offender who has been convicted of a crime of deception.

(c) During or after the sentencing of a person convicted of a crime of deception, the court may, upon motion by the state or upon application by a victim or a victim's representative, issue an order:

(1) describing the person whose credit history may be affected by the offender's crime of deception, with sufficient identifying information to assist another person in correcting the credit history; and

(2) stating that the person described in subdivision (1) was the victim of a crime of deception that may have affected the person's credit history.

(d) The order described in subsection (c) may be used to correct the credit history of any person described in the order.

Current through: 2017