Richmond Credit Card Theft Attorney
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If you have been accused of credit card theft, let our team at Carlson
& Collier defend you. To prove credit card theft, the prosecution
must prove that the defendant stole the card or number, or knew that it
was stolen. It must also be proven that there was intent to use or sell
the card. Our team knows how to defend you against
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Our Richmond Criminal Lawyers Explain Credit Card Theft
The following are all examples of credit card theft:
- Any person who takes, obtains, or withholds a credit card or credit card
number — knowing that it is illegally possessed and without the
card owner's consent — is guilty of credit card theft.
- Anyone who possess a credit card or number — knowing it to have been
lost, misplaced, or the result of a mistake— who intends to use,
sell, or transfer the card to anyone other than the cardholder is guilty
of credit card theft.
- The buying of selling of a credit card or credit card number not belonging to you.
Credit card or credit card number theft is considered grand larceny. Grand
larceny is punishable by 1 to 20 years' imprisonment and a fine of
up to $2,500.00, either or both. This offense and the penalties associated
with it can be found in the following Code of Virginia Sections: §
18.2-192 and § 18.2-95.
Take Back Your Future & Your Life After Arrest
The best thing to do at this time is to receive legal help and advice.
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Richmond theft lawyers at Carlson & Collier stands ready to provide this. We are available
to our clients 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Our ability to provide effective
representation is backed and proven by more than 75 years of collective
legal experience in the field.
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