2017 Nebraska Revised Statutes
28-640 Identity fraud; penalty; restitution.

Universal Citation: NE Code § 28-640 (2017)


Identity fraud; penalty; restitution.

(1) A person commits the crime of identity fraud if he or she without lawful authority:

(a) Makes, counterfeits, alters, or mutilates any personal identification document with the intent to deceive another; or

(b) Willfully and knowingly obtains, possesses, uses, sells or furnishes or attempts to obtain, possess, or furnish to another person for any purpose of deception a personal identification document.

(2)(a) Identity fraud is a Class I misdemeanor. Any second or subsequent conviction under this subdivision is a Class IV felony.

(b) A person found guilty of violating this section may, in addition to the penalties under this subsection, be ordered to make restitution pursuant to sections 29-2280 to 29-2289.


  • Laws 2009, LB155, ยง 12.

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