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    Question: I am being charged with credit card fraud but have no record, is it possible to get probation?

    Answer: Yes. Most often, first time criminal offenders are placed on probation for their crime. The exceptions to this are crimes that involve the death or serious physical injury of the victim or crimes in which the defendant used a weapon, such as a gun or knife. Credit card fraud does not fall under these exceptions and typically, the prosecutor will offer a plea agreement that will place the defendant on probation. Even if the defendant is convicted at trial, however, the judge is likely to place a defendant on probation if he does not have any prior criminal record.


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    On 02/16/04
    Lisa from Othe said:
    I used my boyfriends credit card, he gave me permission now because we broke up he went to the police and credit card company and reported fraud..Will I go to jail...I have two children. I didn't sign his name I signed my name on the credit card reciept and they know who I was and where I lived.... Can I go to jail... I do not have a criminal record
    On 12/11/03
    Alexis from OR said:
    How does the law know these teens being charged as adults are guilty
    On 12/11/03
    Alexis from OR said:
    I was charged with an A class felony and i had no choice to do the crime or not i was obligated and i recieved ten years of probation, and a chance of going to Hillcrest if i mess up one more time. The police said even though i was forced to act on the illegal act i still have to pay the consequences. Do you think this is right?
    On 10/28/03
    marijuana from WA said:
    NO, they don't ruin people's lives they steal a small amount of Visa or Mastercards profits, these companies are multi billionaires everyone who has a credit card is covered by fraud protection
    On 10/28/03
    Yolanda from FL said:
    The same things is happening to me, about being charged for the 1st time after using someone else's credit card. I'll let you know what happens.
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