2010 Utah Code
Title 76 - Utah Criminal Code
Chapter 06 - Offenses Against Property
76-6-1105 - Unlawful possession of another's identification documents.

76-6-1105. Unlawful possession of another's identification documents.
(1) For purposes of this section "identifying document" means:
(a) a government issued identifying document;
(b) a vehicle registration certificate; or
(c) any other document containing personal identifying information as defined in Subsections 76-6-1102(1)(d) through (k).
(2) (a) Notwithstanding the provisions of Subsection 76-6-1102(3), a person is guilty of a class A misdemeanor if he:
(i) obtains or possesses an identifying document with knowledge that he is not entitled to obtain or possess the identifying document; or
(ii) assists another person in obtaining or possessing an identifying document with knowledge that the person is not entitled to obtain or possess the identifying document.
(b) A person is guilty of a third degree felony if he:
(i) obtains or possesses multiple identifying documents with knowledge that he is not entitled to obtain or possess the multiple identifying documents; or
(ii) assists another person in obtaining or possessing multiple identifying documents with knowledge that the person is not entitled to obtain or possess the multiple identifying documents.
(c) For purposes of Subsection (2)(b), "multiple identifying documents" means identifying documents of two or more people.

Enacted by Chapter 227, 2004 General Session

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