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Legal Information: Colorado
Updated: January 16, 2020
§ 18-5-903.5. Criminal possession of an identification document
(1) A person commits criminal possession of an identification document if the person knowingly has in his or her possession or under his or her control another person’s actual driver’s license, actual government-issued identification card, actual social security card, or actual passport, knowing that he or she does so without permission or lawful authority.
(2) (a) Criminal possession of one or more identification documents issued to the same person is a class 1 misdemeanor.
(b) Criminal possession of two or more identification documents, of which at least two are issued to different persons, is a class 6 felony.
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