2011 Connecticut Code
Sec. 53-368. Falsely certifying as to administration of oath. Any person authorized by the laws of this state to administer oaths and affirmations, who falsely certifies that an oath or affirmation has been administered by him to any person in any matter where an oath or affirmation is by law required or falsely certifies that any affidavit, deposition or written statement of any kind required by law to be made upon oath or affirmation has been sworn or affirmed to before him by the person making such affidavit, deposition or written statement in any case where the same is required by law to be made, shall be fined not more than one thousand dollars or be imprisoned not more than three years or both.
Title 53 Crimes
Chapter 948 Frauds and False Pretenses
Sec. 53-368. Falsely certifying as to administration of oath.
(1949 Rev., S. 8706.)
See Sec. 1-24 re officers empowered to administer oaths.
Statute not void for vagueness-it is sufficiently explicit to guide persons of ordinary intelligence. "False" imports requirement of specific intent to deceive. 175 C. 279. Cited. Id. Cited. 190 C. 594 (Diss. Op.).
Cited. 5 CA 616.
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