credit card crimes why or why not?

Apr 22nd, 2015
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In a two to three page paper, please discuss the following: Assume a person accidentally picks up a credit card that is not theirs and uses the card in several instances.

Can the person be charged with multiple violations of a state statute that makes it a crime to "knowingly obtain, possess, use, or transfer a means of identification or financial information of another?" Why or why not? See State vs. Leyda, 138 P.3d 610 (Wash. 2006).

Make sure you format your paper and cite all sources used in this paper appropriately according to APA style guidelines.

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