(1) When the same transaction may establish the commission of more than one offense,
a person charged with the conduct may be prosecuted for each offense.
(2) A defendant may not, however, be convicted of more than one offense if:
(a) one offense is included in the other;
(b) one offense consists only of a conspiracy or other form of preparation to commit
(c) inconsistent findings of fact are required to establish the commission of the
(d) the offenses differ only in that one is defined to prohibit a specific instance
of the conduct; or
(e) the offense is defined to prohibit a continuing course of conduct and the defendant's
course of conduct was interrupted, unless the law provides that the specific periods
of the conduct constitute separate offenses.
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