22-29 PERJURY AND FALSE OFFICIAL STATEMENTS
PERJURY AND FALSE OFFICIAL STATEMENTS
Statement not known to be true.
Incompetence of witness no defense.
Lack of knowledge of materiality of statement no defense.
Felony classes of perjury.
Subornation of perjury--Violation--Punishment.
Oath defined--Irregular oath.
Oath relating to future performance of official duty.
Oath required on certain documents to obtain state benefits--Statement in lieu of
Deposition or certificate as complete upon delivery--Intent.
Obtaining money, property, or assistance by fraud from social services or related
Failure to report changed circumstances affecting eligibility for assistance.
Receipt of assistance on behalf of another as personal receipt.
Unsuccessful attempt to obtain assistance as misdemeanor.
Obtaining assistance with value of two hundred dollars or less as misdemeanor.
Obtaining assistance with value of more than two hundred dollars as felony.
Aggregation of amounts from violations with one scheme or course of conduct.
Sufficiency of evidence for conviction.
False statement on application to state agency for loan, grant, or other financial
assistance for business or agriculture--Felony.