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Colo. Supreme, 10/25/2010

No. 09SC322. Montes-Rodriguez v. People. Criminal Impersonation Statute—False or Fictitious Identity or Capacity. The Supreme Court reversed defendant’s conviction under the criminal impersonation statute, CRS § 18-5-113(1)(e), because defendant did not assume a “false or fictitious identity or capacity.” Montes-Rodriguez applied for a vehicle loan using a

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