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Circumstantial Evidence Proves Credit Card Fraud (access required)

A defendant identified as a waiter at a Denny’s restaurant who took a customer’s credit card and used the card to charge $153 in merchandise at a Walmart cannot overturn his conviction of credit card fraud with a claim that the commonwealth did not prove his identity as the perpetrator of the crime; the Court ...