A person is guilty of aggravated insurance fraud in the fourth degree when he commits
a fraudulent insurance act, and has been previously convicted within the preceding
five years of any offense, an essential element of which is the commission of a fraudulent
Aggravated insurance fraud in the fourth degree is a class D felony.
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