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     37-25A-47.   Violations as felonies--Separate offenses. Any person who willfully violates §§ 37-25A-7 to 37-25A-9, inclusive, 37-25A-14, 37-25A-16, 37-25A-23, 37-25A-24, 37-25A-43, 37-25A-45, and 37-25A-46 or who willfully violates any order of which the person has notice, or who violates § 37-25A-44 knowing that the statement made was false or misleading in any material respect is guilty of a Class 5 felony. Each of the acts specified constitutes a separate offense and a prosecution or conviction for any one of such offenses may not bar prosecution or conviction for any other offense.

Source: SL 1985, ch 305, § 47.


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