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Cardholder Records Admitted as ‘Business Records’ (access required)

A defendant who was captured on store surveillance videos using "cloned" credit cards with his name and re-encoded information from stolen credit and debit cards cannot overturn his conviction of credit and debit card fraud by challenging the trial court’s admission of credit card records as “business records”; the 4th Circuit affirms his convictions and ...

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