OBTAINING AND USING PERSONAL IDENTIFYING INFORMATION OF ANOTHER
A person who knowingly; (a) Obtains any personal identifying information of another person; and (b) With the intent to commit an unlawful act, uses the personal identifying information; (1) To harm that person; (2) To represent or impersonate that other person to obtain access to any personal identifying information of that other person without the express prior consent of that person; (3) To obtain access to any nonpublic record of the actions taken, communication made or received by, or the activities or transactions of that other person without the prior express consent of that other person; or (4) For any other unlawful purpose, including without limitation, to obtain credit, a good, a service or anything of value in the name of that other person, is guilty of a category B felony and results in a sentence from 1-20 years in prison and a fine up to $100,000.00. This is not a probationable offense.
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