2005 Idaho Code - 18-5413 — PROVIDING FALSE INFORMATION TO LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS, GOVERNMENT AGENCIES, OR SPECIFIED PROFESSIONALS

                                  TITLE  18
                            CRIMES AND PUNISHMENTS
                                  CHAPTER 54
                      PERJURY AND SUBORNATION OF PERJURY
    18-5413.  PROVIDING FALSE INFORMATION TO LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS,
GOVERNMENT AGENCIES, OR SPECIFIED PROFESSIONALS. (1) A person is guilty of a
misdemeanor if he knowingly gives or causes to be given false information to
any law enforcement officer, any state or local government agency or
personnel, or to any person licensed in this state to practice social work,
psychology or counseling, concerning the commission of an offense, knowing
that the offense did not occur or knowing that he has no information relating
to the offense or danger.
    (2)  A person is guilty of a misdemeanor if he knowingly gives or causes
to be given false information regarding his or another's identity to any law
enforcement officer investigating the commission of an offense.

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