It all depends on why the resentencing was ordered. If it has to do with information in the PSR, such as guideline calculations, then the PSR will be revised accordingly, although the presentence investigation is not redone in its entirety.
What you describe would be considered forgery in most jurisdictions, which often can be filed as either a misdemeanor or felony. Yes, generally speaking, repeated conduct can result in additional counts and/or be considered an aggravating sentencing factor.
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This question has remained unanswered on this forum for about two years. I hope you have found an answer by now. You have not indicated much here, there are not enough facts given. But if you think a crime was committed, you report it to the police.
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