Don't try to pretend you are your brother to a police officer.
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Well, it didn't make things easier for Jamie. According to court files, a jury convicted Jim in April 2009 of three felonies and three misdemeanors, including two false impersonations counts. We're trying to find out why the case took so long to get to trial. But the wait didn't make anyone forgot the crimes. Jamie was sentenced to more than three years in state prison. This month a California Court of Appeal considered Jamie's complaint (the two separate instances of impersonating his brother should have been treated as one criminal act) and sanctioned the convictions and punishment.