1. Each count of an indictment may charge one offense only.
2. For purpose of this section, a statutory provision which defines the offense named
in the title thereof by providing, in different subdivisions or paragraphs, different
ways in which such named offense may be committed, defines a separate offense in each
such subdivision or paragraph, and a count of an indictment charging such named offense
which, without specifying or clearly indicating the particular subdivision or paragraph
of the statutory provision, alleges facts which would support a conviction under more
than one such subdivision or paragraph, charges more than one offense.
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