What Is the Crime of Uttering?

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The crime of uttering involves the passing or making use of a forged writing or document with knowledge of its forged nature. The crime is charged together with forgery and it involves dealing with, attempting to induce someone to use or attempting to use such a document.
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Uttering a forged instrument is the passing or making use of a forged writing or document with knowledge of its forged nature. Uttering is a crime usually charged in conjunction with a forgery. “Utter” means and includes using or dealing with, and attempting to use or deal with, and attempting to induce any person to use, deal with, or act upon, the thing in question.
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