Legal Information: Alabama
Updated: February 11, 2022
Section 13A-8-194. Use of false identity to obstruct justice — Elements
(a) A person commits the crime of obstructing justice using a false identity if he or she uses identification documents or identifying information of another person or a fictitious person to avoid summons, arrest, prosecution, or to impede a criminal investigation.
(b) Obstructing justice using a false identity is a Class C felony.
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