Credit Card Fraud is to feloniously steal, take, carry, lead, or drive away the personal property of another, or knowingly defraud any other person of money, labor or real or personal property, who causes others to report falsely his or her wealth or mercantile character, or obtains credit and fraudulently obtains money, property or service as a result thereof.
What does the prosecutor have to prove?
Felony: 1. Defendant committed the crime of theft.
2. The property so obtained was valued at nine hundred fifty dollars ($950) or more.
Misdemeanor: 2. The property so obtained was valued at nine hundred fifty dollars ($950) or less.
With probation 0-364 days
Misdemeanor: 0-364 days