What is Criminal Simulation A.R.S. 13-2004?
A person commits criminal simulation if, with intent to defraud, such person makes, alters, or presents or offers, whether accepted or not, any object so that it appears to have an antiquity, rarity, source, authorship or value that it does not in fact possess. A criminal defense attorney challenges the prosecutor to prove the specific intent necessary in this offense.
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