New York Penal Law
Sec. § 180.52
Impairing the Integrity of a Pari-mutuel Betting System in the Second Degree


180.52 Impairing the integrity of a pari-mutuel betting system in the second degree. A person is guilty of impairing the integrity of a pari-mutuel betting system in the second degree when, with the intent to obtain either any payment for himself or for a third person or with the intent to defraud any person he:

1.

Alters, changes or interferes with any equipment or device used in connection with pari-mutuel betting; or

2.

Causes any false, inaccurate, delayed or unauthorized data, impulse or signal to be fed into, or transmitted over, or registered in or displayed upon any equipment or device used in connection with pari-mutuel betting. Impairing the integrity of a pari-mutuel betting system in the second degree is a class E felony.
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