Forgery shall include false making, counterfeiting and the alteration, erasure or obliteration of a genuine instrument in whole or in part, the false making or counterfeiting of the signature of a party or witness, real or fictitious, and the placing or connecting together with intent to defraud, of different parts or the whole of several genuine instruments. A person convicted of Forgery is guilty of a category D felony, and results in a sentence from 1-4 years in prison and a fine up to $5,000.00. Forgery is a probationable offense.
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