CRIMES AND PUNISHMENTS
FORGERY AND COUNTERFEITING
18-3606. Fictitious bills, notes, and checks — Making, passing, uttering, or publishing. Every person who makes, passes, utters, or publishes, with intention to defraud any other person, or who, with the like intention, attempts to pass, utter or publish, or who has in his possession, with like intent to utter, pass, or publish, any fictitious bill, note or check, purporting to be the bill, note, or check, or other instrument in writing for the payment of money or property of some bank, corporation, copartnership, or individual, when in fact, there is no such bank, corporation, copartnership, or individual in existence, knowing the bill, note, check, or instrument in writing to be fictitious, is guilty of forgery and punishable as provided by section 18-3604.
[18-3606, added 1972, ch. 336, sec. 1, p. 918.]
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