Fraudulent Ski Lift Ticket Laws

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What Are Fraudulent Ski Lift Tickets?

States where skiing is a popular sport, such as California, Colorado, Utah, and Vermont, have created special kinds of laws to protect resorts and their patrons from fraud. These laws make it a crime to try to ski or snowboard with a fake, stolen, borrowed, or even without a lift ticket, and are different from traditional theft or fraud crimes.

What Qualifies as a Ski Lift Ticket?

One reason this type of crime has required special enforcement is many different objects may qualify as a ski lift ticket. Depending on the resort, paper tickets, employee badges, pins, coupons, or other devices that allow their holder to use or enjoy a ski resort can all be considered ski lift tickets.

What Qualifies as Using a Fraudulent Ski Lift Ticket?

There several acts that constitute using a fraudulent ski lift ticket. Common acts include:

What Penalties Can I Face for Fraudulent Ski Lift Tickets?

Each state has different penalties for using fraudulent ski lift tickets. Generally, penalties include:

Should I Speak with an Attorney?

If you are facing charges involving a fraudulent ski lift ticket, it is highly recommended that you contact an attorney to explain your rights and help you form a strong defense.   

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Last Modified: 06-24-2014 12:08 PM PDT

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