A person is guilty of tampering with physical evidence when:
1. With intent that it be used or introduced in an official proceeding or a prospective
official proceeding, he (a) knowingly makes, devises or prepares false physical evidence,
or (b) produces or offers such evidence at such a proceeding knowing it to be false;
2. Believing that certain physical evidence is about to be produced or used in an
official proceeding or a prospective official proceeding, and intending to prevent
such production or use, he suppresses it by any act of concealment, alteration or
destruction, or by employing force, intimidation or deception against any person.
Tampering with physical evidence is a class E felony.
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