Depending on the prosecuter, could be anything from filing a false police report to obstructing justice to indentity theft/fraud (if it was a real name)...
first responder? EMT? paramedic? Accident Scene Manager?
giving a false name or I'd to an officer
Yes u can identity fraud
523.110 Giving peace officer a false name or address. (1) A person is guilty of giving a peace officer a false name or address when he gives a false name or address to a peace officer who has asked for the same in the lawful discharge of his official duties with the intent to mislead the officer as to his identity. The provisions of this section shall not apply unless the peace officer has first warned the person whose identification he is seeking that giving a false name or address is a criminal offense. (2) Giving a peace officer a false name or address is a Class B misdemeanor. Effective: July 13, 1990 History: Created 1990 Ky. Acts ch. 447, sec. 1, effective July 13, 1990. Depending on previous convictions and criminal history, you can be imprisoned for 90 days and/or given a $250 fine.
If they left the scene of the accident, then you don't have their name either ... need to have a name before trying to find out insurance information. Chances are, the person who "hit and run" has no insurance and probably was driving without a license and/or expired car registration. This is why insureds carry uninsured motorist coverage.
In some jurisdictions that actual charge IS "Giving a false statement to law enforcement." Other charges might be; 'Obstruction of Justice' - 'Hindering a Police Investigation' - Etc. Depending on the nature of information you gave, including giving a fake name or birthdate for yourself to hide warrants or your age, the charge added could also be for presenting an officer with a "...false identification upon a lawful arrest."
Giving a false statement to a police officer is not a smart idea. It is punishable by jail time. Punishment is determined by assessing whether what you lied about is concerning the crime and how serious the crime is. Another user said: Giving a false name or making a false police report are usually misdemeanors carrying a maximum penalty of six months in jail.
A little confusion here! You are being given a ticket - and the officer is, presumably, looking at your license -- and yet YOU are giving him a false name and false address??!!How are you managing that? By presenting a falsified drivers license?The penalty for falsifying a government document can be QUITE severe!AND - they should be able to trace you by the vehicle's license plate anyway.
The penalty would vary with the crime, and the crime is determined by the nature of the statement. Giving a false name or making a false police report are usually misdemeanors carrying a maximum penalty of six months in jail.
Ask the driver or owner of the vehicle. They are required to give you (and the police) that information at the time of the accident.AnswerOn an accident report, the police officer lists the insurance information. Contact the police department who responded to the scene to determine how to obtain a copy of the report.
It is not a crime by itself. If you try to trick someone by giving a false name while you are committing a crime, then that is different.
Like many things in the law - it depends. Are you givding him a false name when talking to him on the street? Are you giving him a false name while he's investigating a crime in whcih you are a suspect? Etc - etc - etc. There are too many scenarios - some may amount to a misdemeanors, and some COULD amount to a felony.
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The name of the job where you would take DNA from a crime scene is called a Crime Scene Investigator.
The penalty would vary with the crime, and the crime is determined by the nature of the statement. For instance; Giving a false name or making a false police report are usually misdemeanors. On the other hand, if your statement was made to thwart a police investigation or an arrest, or you were falsely giving someone an alibi, it could amount to an Obstruction of Justice and the penalty could be more severe.
Yes, it is illegal to give a false name.
anything that will cause a scene...hence the name
scene of the crash
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well scene names are hard to find and think of well usally if your name is Lexi than think of things that start with L Like Lexi Love Or if you still don't get it type up scene name generator click and you'll have your scene name
Jordon Terrell is Charlie Scene
I have wanted to know this for a long time -- What is a scene name?