Akron, OH asked in Criminal Law, Federal Crimes and Identity Theft for Ohio

Q: my x commited credit card theft while I was in the store with him!

He told me he was buying us clothes because I was pregnant at the time! The second time he did it he stole my card out my mail box that had 500$ on it! And told me he still had my card with the money on it he just grabbed it for me he said well we went to the same place went shopping for our baby that was on the way for him and me he even said he’d throw in 500$ towards his clothes! Well later on I found out he used his dads card without permission and his dad pressed charges on both of us :( I paid his dad back soon as he told me and apologize and explained and the state took over and now I’m scared ima do serious time for $2000 I have messages of him admitting to tricking me and saying how he switched my card out and used his dads while I was looking at items at citi trends

1 Lawyer Answer
Matthew Williams
Matthew Williams
  • Criminal Law Lawyer
  • Cleveland, OH
  • Licensed in Ohio

A: You haven't asked a question, but you really ought to hire an attorney.

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