A person is guilty of concealment of a human corpse when, having a reasonable expectation
that a human corpse or a part thereof will be produced for or used as physical evidence
in: (a) an official proceeding; (b) an autopsy as part of a criminal investigation;
or (c) an examination by law enforcement personnel as part of a criminal investigation;
such person, alone or in concert with another, conceals, alters or destroys such
corpse or part thereof with the intent to prevent its production, use or discovery.
Concealment of a human corpse is a class E felony.
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