Criminal law — credit card possession, intent
Where the defendant is charged with possession of a credit or debit card of another person, the state must demonstrate that the defendant possessed and intended to use the card and did not have permission to do so, but is not required to prove that the defendant knew that he did not have permission.The 1st District Appellate Court affirmed the decision of Cook County Circuit Judge Paula M. Daleo.Delores Waver was the mother …
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