Felony Criminal Impersonation
Criminal impersonation occurs when one knowingly assumes a false or fictitious identity or capacity and engages in specific acts or any act with the intent to unlawfully gain a benefit for himself or another or to injure or defraud another. An example of a common form of criminal impersonation is one who pretends to be someone else when contacted by the police.
Criminal impersonation is a Class 6 felony.
Click below to read the official Colorado statutory definitions for this offense:
Criminal impersonation (18-5-113)
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