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Session Laws, 1979
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HARRY HUGHES, Governor

1921

(2)     (i) The drawer had insufficient funds with
the drawee at the time of utterance TO COVER IT AND OTHER
OUTSTANDING CHECKS; and

143.

(b) A person convicted of obtaining property or
services by bad check when the property or services has a
value of less than [$100] $300 is guilty of a misdemeanor
and shall be fined not more than [$300] $100, or be
imprisoned for not more than 18 months, or be both fined and
imprisoned in the discretion of the court.

340.

In this subheading, the following words have the
meanings indicated.

(d) "Exerts Control" includes but is not limited to
the taking, carrying away, APPROPRIATING TO ONE'S OWN USE or
sale, conveyance, transfer of title to, interest in, or
possession of property. The term "exerts control" does not
include trespassing on the land of another or occupying
without authorization the land of another.

(e) "Knowingly" — A person acts knowingly with
respect to conduct or to a circumstance described by a
statute defining an offense when he is aware of his conduct
or that the circumstance exists. A person acts knowingly
with respect to the result of conduct described by a statute
defining an offense when he is practically certain that the
result will be caused by his conduct. When knowledge of the
existence of a particular fact is an element of an offense,
that knowledge is established if a person is [aware of a
high probability] PRACTICALLY CERTAIN of its existence.
Equivalent terms such as "knowing" or "with knowledge" have
the same meaning.

(h) "Property" means anything of value, including but
not limited to:

(1) Real estate;

(2) Money;

(3)   Commercial instruments;

(4) Admission or transportation tickets;

(5)   Written instruments representing or

embodying rights concerning anything of value, or services,
or anything otherwise of value to the owner;

(6)   Things growing on or affixed to, or found on
land, or part of or affixed to any building;

 

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