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ARIZONA REVISED STATUES
13-2103. Receipt of anything of value obtained by fraudulent use of a credit card; classification
A. A person, being a third party, commits receipt of anything of value obtained by fraudulent use of a credit card by buying or receiving or attempting to buy or receive money, goods, services or any other thing of value obtained in violation of section 13-2105, knowing or believing that it was so obtained.
B. Receipt of anything of value obtained by fraudulent use of a credit card is a class 1 misdemeanor if the value of the property bought or received or attempted to be bought or received is less than two hundred fifty dollars. If the value of the property bought or received or attempted to be bought or received is two hundred fifty dollars or more but less than one thousand dollars the offense is a class 6 felony. If the value of the property bought or received or attempted to be bought or received is one thousand dollars or more the offense is a class 5 felony. Amounts obtained by fraudulent use of a credit card pursuant to one scheme or course of conduct, whether from one or several persons, may be aggregated in determining the classification of offense.
35-301. Duties and liabilities of custodian of public monies; violations; classification
A public officer or other person, including justices of the peace and constables, charged with the receipt, safekeeping, transfer or disbursement of public money is guilty of a class 4 felony who:
1. Without authority of law, appropriates it, or any portion thereof, to his own use, or to the use of another.
2. Knowingly loans it, or any portion thereof.
3. Knowingly fails to keep it in his possession until disbursed or paid out by authority of law.
4. Without authority of law knowingly deposits it, or any portion thereof, in a bank, or with a banker or other person, except on special deposit for safekeeping.
5. Knowingly keeps a false account, or makes a false entry or erasure in an account of, or relating to it.
6. Alters, falsifies, conceals, destroys or obliterates such an account with an intent to defraud or deceive.
7. Knowingly refuses or omits to pay over, on demand, public monies in his hands, upon presentation of a draft, order or warrant drawn upon such monies by competent authority.
8. Knowingly omits or refuses to transfer the money when a transfer is required by law.
9. Knowingly transfers the money when not authorized or directed by law.
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35-302. Public money defined
The phrase "public money" as used in this article includes ....... county, district, city or town officers in their official capacity.
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