ATTACHING WRONG PLATES TO CONCEAL IDENTITY
G.L. c. 90 § 23
- A person is found guilty of having intentionally attached the wrong license plates to a motor vehicle in order to conceal their identity if the Commonwealth can prove three elements, beyond a reasonable doubt:
- (1) That the defendant attached the license plate in question to a motor vehicle, or permitted it to be so attached;
- (2) That the license plate in question was not assigned by the Registry of Motor Vehicles to that particular vehicle; and
- (3) That the defendant did so with the intent to conceal the identity of that motor vehicle.