To convict someone of the most common version of Credit Card Fraud, the prosecutor must prove the following four elements
1. That someone represented themselves as the owner of a credit card,
2. Without the permission of the actual owner of the credit card,
3. With the intent to defraud the owner of the credit card, and
4. Based on the misrepresentation, money or services were obtained.
Each of these elements can be difficult to proe and there are many potential defenses available. You need an affordable attorney who has your interests at heart. Call us for a free consultation.