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475.  (a) Every person who possesses or receives, with the intent to
pass or facilitate the passage or utterance of any forged, altered,
or counterfeit items, or completed items contained in subdivision (d)
of Section 470 with intent to defraud, knowing the same to be
forged, altered, or counterfeit, is guilty of forgery.
   (b) Every person who possesses any blank or unfinished check,
note, bank bill, money order, or traveler's check, whether real or
fictitious, with the intention of completing the same or the
intention of facilitating the completion of the same, in order to
defraud any person, is guilty of forgery.
   (c) Every person who possesses any completed check, money order,
traveler's check, warrant or county order, whether real or
fictitious, with the intent to utter or pass or facilitate the
utterance or passage of the same, in order to defraud any person, is
guilty of forgery.

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