Fraudulent Destruction, Removal or Concealment of Writing is in some circumstances a felony. If a person destroys, removes or alters a writing, for the purpose of defrauding or harming another, this act is a felony crime only if the document changed is a will, a mortgage, a deed, or a public record.
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