Legal Advice for Impersonate — 5 results
Written by attorney Rachel Stilwell, over 1 year ago.
By Owen J. Sloane and Rachel Stilwell
Multi-platinum recording artist and songwriter Chris Daughtry was surprised to discover an impostor Facebook profile created in his name last year,... more
Written by attorney Matthew Keenan, about 3 years ago.
Pretending to be someone you are not may bring you applause on stage and screen, but in real life, impersonation can be a serious criminal offense.
Illinois prohibits impersonating a... more
Written by attorney Jeremy S Geigle, about 1 year ago.
At 6:20 in the morning on June 27, two males dressed as Mormon missionaries knocked on the door of a Las Vegas home. When the resident of the home came to the door, the two men asked if... more
Written by attorney Tyson B. Snow, almost 3 years ago.
The instructions for fixing a name squatting account (I call these impersonation accounts) or a trademark infringing account (I call these trademark accounts) on Twitter are straight... more
Written by attorney F. Powers, about 3 years ago.
14-277. Impersonation of a law-enforcement or other public officer.
(a) No person shall falsely represent to another that he is a sworn law-enforcement officer. As used in this section, a... more