Cape May, NJ asked in Criminal Law, Federal Crimes and Identity Theft for New Jersey

Q: Credit Card Fraud: What can the outcome be if I have more than enough evidence?

A woman that I know had stolen my credit card and used it at multiple different stores (11-13 stores). I have more then enough evidence: messages of her sending my card information to another women, email receipts of food deliveries that were sent to the apartment that she was staying at, also video footage of her in Walmart using the card. She also forged my signature when the food was delivered as well. She also is already on probation and has violated it a few times since shes been on. She got on probation for a felony charge she received about a year ago. Still contacting me on social media even though she has me blocked and will not leave me alone, not sure what the outcome of all of this will and can be. Under the N.J.S 2C:21-6 she would be found guilty of several different charges.

1 Lawyer Answer
H. Scott Aalsberg
H. Scott Aalsberg
  • Criminal Law Lawyer
  • East Brunswick, NJ
  • Licensed in New Jersey

A: In any case the outcome is always the same until it comes out of the judges mouth that no one knows. Thus it can be guilty or not guilty. Based on what you have presented it sounds like it would definitely be a guilty

Tim Akpinar agrees with this answer

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