California Credit Card Fraud Charges 484e PC

Los Angeles Credit Card Fraud Defense Attorney Los Angeles credit card fraud defense attorney R.J. Manuelian offers his experience to achieve the most positive outcome to your fraud case as possible. Fraud is a serious crime that can result in very negative life-altering consequences. Credit card fraud charges include creating counterfeit credit cards, making a fraudulent purchase of lost or stolen credit cards, and use of credit cards to garner personal information for the purpose of identity theft. Credit Card Fraud in California Credit card fraud in California is considered a federal offense. It is illegal to knowingly use a credit card or a credit card’s information including number, owner’s name, billing information, account number to deceive a person or entity into sustaining a loss, while you receive an undeserved gain. Fraudulent Possession and Transfer of a Credit Card Penal Code 484e PC Fraudulent possession and transfer of…

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California Computer Crimes PC 502 & PC 530.5
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California Computer Crimes PC 502 & PC 530.5

California Computer Crimes Penal Code Section 530.5 PC Under California Penal Code Section 530.5 PC, identity theft is broken down into four (4) classes which including the following: California Penal Code Section 530.5(a) PC - Unauthorized use of another person's personal identifying information. California Penal Code Section 530.5(c) PC - Fraudulent possession of another person's personal identifying information. California Penal Code Section 530.5(d)(1) PC - Fraudulent sale, transfer or conveyance of another person's personal identifying information. California Penal Code Section 530.5(d)(2) PC - Knowingly selling, transferring or conveying another person's personal identifying information to facilitate its unauthorized use. Computer Crimes California Penal Code Section 502 et. seq. Under California Penal Code Section 502(c) PC unauthorized computer access and fraud can occur in many ways including but not limited to when a defendant knowingly and without permission: Accessed altered, damaged, deleted, destroyed or used data, a computer, a computer system, or computer…

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