Aiding and Abetting the Fraudulent Portrayal of a Law Enforcement Officer or Firefighter — Louisiana

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Aiding and Abetting the Fraudulent Portrayal of a Law Enforcement Officer or Firefighter — La RS 14:112.3

A.  Aiding and abetting the fraudulent portrayal of a law enforcement officer or firefighter is the inciting, soliciting, urging, encouraging, exhorting, instigating, or assisting any other person to commit the crime of fraudulent portrayal of a law enforcement officer or firefighter.  For purposes of this Section, “law enforcement officer or firefighter” shall have the same meaning as provided in R.S. 14:112.2.

B.  Whoever commits the crime of aiding and abetting the fraudulent portrayal of a law enforcement officer or firefighter shall be fined not more than five hundred dollars or imprisoned for not more than six months, or both.

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