Indiana Code - Criminal Law and Procedure - Title 35, Section 35-43-4-6
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Unauthorized control over property of benefit provider; prima
Sec. 6. (a) As used in this section:
"Benefit" includes any accident, sickness, or other health care or
reimbursement therefor to which a person is entitled.
"Benefit identification card" means a writing that identifies a
person, his spouse, or his dependent as being entitled to a benefit.
"Benefit provider" includes an employer, insurer, or health care
provider who has agreed to provide or has provided a benefit to a
person who has a benefit identification card.
(b) Evidence that a person:
(1) permitted a person who was not entitled to a benefit to use
his benefit identification card to obtain a benefit; or
(2) uses his benefit identification card to obtain a benefit for a
person who was not entitled to the benefit;
constitutes prima facie evidence that such person exerted
unauthorized control over property of the benefit provider.
As added by P.L.327-1983, SEC.1.
Last modified: May 25, 2006