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20-11-5. Wrongful wearing of uniform; penalty.

Any unauthorized person wearing a military uniform or facsimile thereof with the intent to impersonate a person with military authority is guilty of a misdemeanor; but if this offense is committed in time of war or following a declaration of martial law, the offender shall be guilty of a fourth degree felony.   

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Statutes > New-mexico > Chapter-20 > Article-11 > Section-20-11-5

20-11-5. Wrongful wearing of uniform; penalty.

Any unauthorized person wearing a military uniform or facsimile thereof with the intent to impersonate a person with military authority is guilty of a misdemeanor; but if this offense is committed in time of war or following a declaration of martial law, the offender shall be guilty of a fourth degree felony.   


State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > New-mexico > Chapter-20 > Article-11 > Section-20-11-5

20-11-5. Wrongful wearing of uniform; penalty.

Any unauthorized person wearing a military uniform or facsimile thereof with the intent to impersonate a person with military authority is guilty of a misdemeanor; but if this offense is committed in time of war or following a declaration of martial law, the offender shall be guilty of a fourth degree felony.   

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