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False impersonation of officers of Government-owned corporations.

United States. Congress. House. Committee on the Judiciary

False impersonation of officers of Government-owned corporations.

by United States. Congress. House. Committee on the Judiciary

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Published by [s.n.] in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Corporations,
  • Crime,
  • Government ownership

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesPunishment for impersonation of officers, etc., of Government-owned and Government-controlled corporations
    SeriesH.rp.1763
    The Physical Object
    FormatElectronic resource
    Pagination2 p.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16194710M

    Any/All IDENTIFICATION (passports, licenses, age of majority, student ID etc. et al) based on the BIRTH CERTIFICATE is, in fact FALSE IMPERSONATION which is a CAPITAL CRIME whereas it, the BIRTH CERTIFICATE, is the only document ever willfully sent by ANY/ALL GOVERNMENTS to AID/ABET, DECEPTION VIA NON-DISCLOSURE any/all REGISTRANTS, PROPERTY OF. A claim against the Commodity Credit Corporation, a wholly owned government corporation operating within and as a part of the Department of Agriculture as an administrative device for the purpose of carrying out federal farm programs with public funds, is a claim "against the Government of the United States, or any department or officer thereof.

    corporation has made restitution or taken other remedial measures; and the alternatives to federal prosecution. As in the case of individual defendants, corporation prosecutions rarely result in a criminal trial. More often, the corporation pleads guilty or enters into a .   Although the laws vary from state to states, many states also consider it a crime to use equipment used by law enforcement officers, such as red and blue flashing lights. It also may be a crime to flash a fake police badge. Possession of a firearm also can enhance the penalty for false impersonation of a police officer.

    An arresting officer who fails to take the arrested person before a court or magistrate within a reasonable time or without unnecessary delay is guilty of false imprisonment. Similarly, an officer who arrests a person without a warrant is liable for false imprisonment .   State, __ A.3d __, WL (Del. ) (an officer monitored a suspect’s Facebook account for two years, eventually using a fake profile to become “friends” with the suspect; the suspect, a convicted felon, posted a picture of his gun online, leading the officer to obtain a search warrant, seize the gun, and charge the.


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False impersonation of officers of Government-owned corporations by United States. Congress. House. Committee on the Judiciary Download PDF EPUB FB2

False Pretense To be guilty of falsely impersonating a federal officer, the offender must knowingly undertake a false identity or persona of a federal official. The pretended character must assert or appear to act under the authority of the United States, such that the false pretense causes the person deceived to rely on the asserted : FALSE IMPERSONATION OF FEDERAL OFFICER OR EMPLOYEE (18 U.S.C.

§ ) The defendant is charged in [Count _____ of] the indictment with fraud while impersonating a federal officer or employee in violation of Section of Title 18 of the United States Code. § Officer or employee of the United States § Impersonator making arrest or search § Creditors of the United States § Foreign diplomats, consuls or officers § 4–H Club members or agents § Red Cross members or agents.

For impersonating a diplomat, counsel, or officer, the penalty established by 18 U.S. Code section is even longer still.A defendant can be convicted of violating this federal law by pretending to be a diplomat, consular or other official of a foreign government who demands or tries to obtain money, papers, documents, or any other things of value.

§ Impersonation of a law-enforcement or other public officer. (a) No person shall falsely represent to another that he is a sworn law-enforcement officer. As used in this section, a person represents that he is a sworn law-enforcement officer if he: (1) Verbally informs another that he is a sworn law-enforcement officer.

The impersonation charge would be in addition to any charges brought for the underlying felony. Even duplicating a law officer’s badge is illegal.

You can be charged with a Class A Misdemeanor, punishable by up to 1 year and $2, for making, selling or distributing false law enforcement badges, unless they are used for a memento or. § Contributions by corporations, labor unions, limited liability companies, and partnerships.

§ Act of officer de facto. § Falsely assuming to be officer. § False impersonation of peace officers - False insignia on motor vehicle. § Bribing or offering bribe to executive officer.

§ Asking or. A president or other officer or agent of a bank, railroad, manufacturing, or other corporation who willfully and designedly signs, with intent that it shall be issued or used, or causes to be issued or used, a false certificate or evidence of the ownership or transfer of shares of stock in such corporation, or a certificate or evidence of such.

False. In most states corporations can have perpetual existence. Officers of a corporation are responsible for carrying out the policies set by the board of directors.

states consider a shareholder attempt to oust management to be a proper purpose for allowing the shareholders access to corporation books and papers.

true. S Issuing a bad check; definitions of terms. The following definitions are applicable to this article: 1. " Check" means any check, draft or similar sight order for the payment of money which is not post-dated with respect to the time of utterance.

" Drawer" of a check means a person whose name appears thereon as the primary obligor, whether the actual signature be that of himself or. False entries in books of business entity.

— Any officer, agent, clerk or servant of a business entity who makes a false entry in the books thereof, with intent to defraud, and any person whose duty it is to make in such books a record or entry of the transfer of stock, or of the issuing and canceling of certificates thereof, or of the.

than the minimum amount and not more than the maximum amount allowed for a civil penalty for a violation of the federal False Claims Act (31 U.S.C.

et seq.) as adjusted by the Federal Civil Penalties Inflation Adjustment Act of (28 U.S.C. ), plus 3 times the amount of damages which the State sustains because of the act of that person.

He has been charged with one count of false impersonation of an officer or employee of the United States. David T. Brown, an attorney representing Sanns, declined to.

False signing of a petition. False impersonation; aggravated false impersonation. Dealing in false identification documents; vital records identity fraud. Performance of an unauthorized official act. Tampering with a public record. Prohibits corporations from making direct contributions to candidates in federal election; corporation may sponsor Political Action Committees (PACs) in which contributions are voluntary; directors and officers may be liable under a civil action for the amount of the contribution and if the violation of the act was committed willfully and knowingly then the Attorney General can press criminal.

Federal Government Corporations: An Overview Congressional Research Service 3 from an implicit federal guarantee to enhance its ability to borrow money. 9 GSEs are important institutions worthy of separate analysis, but they are not discussed, except in passing, in this.

Personal Liability of Corporate Officers and Directors for Tortious Conduct: An Overview of Florida Law By Douglas B. Lang, Esquire Generally, under Florida law officers of a corporation are not liable for corporate acts simply by reason of the officer's relation to the corporation1. It seems desirable to extend the scope of the act so as to penalize impersonation of officers and employees of Government-owned and Government-controlled corporations.

'The maximum penalty that may now be imposed for the offense of impersonation is imprisonment for a. § False alarms to agencies of public safety.

(a) Offense definedA person commits an offense if he knowingly causes a false alarm of fire or other emergency to be transmitted to or within any organization, official or volunteer, for dealing with emergencies involving danger.

corporation defense, as well as the liability of officers and directors of defective corporations, appears in Sections and of this book. Section Defective Corporations As discussed in Section of this book, Washington no longer recognizes the de facto corporation defense in the case of a defective corporation.

Under Florida Statutes sectionmeanwhile, you can be convicted of making false entries on a corporation's books if the prosecution proves that you are an agent, clerk, servant, or officer of a corporation, and you made a false entry in the corporation's books with the intent to defraud.Corporate officers have also been held liable personally for violations of the Federal Clean Water Act (United States Park Water Co.

F Sup.(S.D. Miss )). These principles of individual liability, known as the responsible corporate officer doctrine, may also apply in the context of other state and federal environmental protection laws.SPEAKER: The existing law makes it a crime to impersonate any officer or employee of the United States with intent to defraud (Criminal Code, sec.

32;ti sec. 76). It seems desirable to extend the scope of the act so as to penalize impersonation of officers and employees of Government-owned and Government controlled corporations.".