My sons friend gave him a debit card that the friend had stolen from his parent. My son thought the card was his friends because he gave my son the pin number and told him to withdraw cash at an ATM. Is it still credit card fraud?
Your son needs to consult with an attorney. You shouldn't be posting what he says the reason he did something that might be criminal is on a website. It could be a statement that someone could believe or not believe, but it could make you a witness that he told you he used the card. You are not doing your son a favor by asking these questions in public. You need to get him criminal counsel in a confidential setting.
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