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Strange Laws: Flogging

Nov 16, 2023 | Video


Indiana law states that forging a check is punishable by 100 flogs. Hm. Flogs. Not frogs. 100 lashes, so to speak. That’s pretty archaic. It’s forging a check. You could write bad checks. But if you forge a check because you’re not the one that owns the company or, or you’re faking their signature, that’s when it comes into play, then you’re to be flogged 100 times. That’s a good reason not to forge a check. Well, we don’t want to see you in the grassy knoll being flogged for a forged check here at Stewart and Stewart.

If you’ve got questions about an Indiana case that doesn’t involve flogging, give us a call.

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