False personation of another in private or official capacity; bail or surety; verification, publication, or acknowledgement of instrument; acts imposing liability or benefit; punishment. Essentially providing false identification for your benefit or impose liability of a criminal act to the person you have impersonated.
It is ALWAYS wrong to knowingly make a false statement. It becomes illegal and a violation of the law depending on what the false statement is about or pertains to. There are several statutes both civil and criminal which make it a crime to make false statements and the punishment depends upon the circumstances.
Gary R. Gordon has written: 'Criminal justice internships' -- subject(s): Administration of Criminal justice, Criminal justice, Administration of, Study and teaching (Internship) 'Identity fraud' -- subject(s): Forgeries, False certification, False personation, Internet fraud, Credit cards, Identification cards, Credit card fraud
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