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The Vermont Statutes Online

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Title 13 : Crimes and Criminal Procedure

Chapter 201 : Pleadings and Proof; Trial

Subchapter 002 : Pleadings and Proof

(Cite as: 13 V.S.A. § 6559)
  • § 6559. Allegation and proof of intent to defraud

    When an intent to defraud is required to constitute a criminal offense, it shall be sufficient to allege in the complaint, information, or indictment an intent to defraud, without naming the person or body corporate intended to be defrauded. On trial it shall be sufficient and shall not be deemed a variance if there appears to have been an intent to defraud the United States, a state, county, town, city, district, a body corporate, a public officer in his or her official capacity, a partnership or members thereof, or a person.