HB 1103: Criminal history record information check; making false statements; penalty.
Criminal history record information check; making false statements; penalty. Provides that any person who knowingly makes a materially false statement on criminal history background check forms required for the purchase and transfer of firearms is guilty of a Class 5 felony. Current law uses the phrase "willfully and intentionally" rather than "knowingly." The bill contains technical amendments.
I have no idea what the actual difference is between "willfully and intentionally" and "knowingly".
West's Encyclopedia of American Law: This sort of supports that Idea.