Cellular counterfeiting in the second degree
(1) A person commits the crime of cellular counterfeiting in the second degree if the person knowingly possesses, and knows the unlawful nature of using, any cloning paraphernalia or any instrument capable of intercepting electronic serial numbers, mobile identification numbers, other identifiable data or a combination thereof and:
(a) Causes more than $100 in losses or damages; or
(b) Intercepts or obtains, or attempts to intercept or obtain, cellular telephone service of more than $100 in value.
(2) Cellular counterfeiting in the second degree is a Class C felony. [1995 c.524 §3]
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