If you have been charged with criminal simulation, the attorneys at the law offices of Baker Associates can defend your rights under the law. With years of criminal defense experience, we can help you understand the complex legal issues that arise when charged with this crime. Through diligent and thorough research and investigation, our skilled attorneys find weaknesses and inconsistencies in the government's case. Know your rights; consult the experienced Tennessee criminal attorneys at Baker Associates today.
Basically, an individual commits the crime of criminal simulation when he or she modifies a generic item for the purpose of passing it off as something that has more value. For example, a person commits criminal simulation if he or she purchases an ordinary sweat shirt for $5, sews a Tennessee Titans logo on it, and then tries to pass it off as an official NFL sweat shirt in order to turn a profit.
For the defendant to be found guilty of the crime of criminal simulation, the state must essentially prove beyond a reasonable doubt, the existence of the following elements:
A person also commits the offense of criminal simulation who, with intent to sell, caused to be sold, or to be used for profit through public performance, and without consent of the owner of the master recording:
A person is guilty of criminal simulation for the possession of,
Under T.C.A. 39-14-115, criminal simulation is at a minimum a Class E felony in the state of Tennessee — a conviction that could go on your permanent record. If you have been charged with theft or criminal simulation, please contact a skilled and experienced criminal defense lawyer at Baker Associates for a free consultation.
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